Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Glamorous Beaded Wedding Gowns

Feast your eyes with these gowns from the Spring 2014 collections of different world-renown designers as they prove that crystals, pearls and sequins can make the brides wearing it shine like diamond on their wedding day:

 {Christos}

Shimmer with this Christos sweetheart bridal gown with cascading beaded flowers and allover sequins.

 {Ines Di Santo}

Be elegant and sophisticated with this ruched bodice gown by Ines Di Santo, a stunning beaded appliqu├ęs and a sheer skirt.

 {Jenny Packham}

Channel the Gatsby glamour in you when you wear this beautiful sheath gown by Jenny Packham with glittering vertical-patterned beads on your twenties-themed wedding.

 {Kenneth Pool}

This glittering trumpet gown by Kenneth Pool is perfect for your exquisitely romantic vintage-themed wedding.

{Liancarlo}

This feminine fit and flare wedding gown by Liancarlo features a delicate floral blossoms with asymmetrical ruching.


 {Maggie Sottero}

Be a golden goddess in this Maggie Sottero trumpet gown with gold embroidery and crystal beadwork.

 {Marchesa}

Charm your way to the aisle like a princess with this gorgeous beaded ball gown by Marchesa.

 {Reem Acra}

This festive trumpet gown by Reem Acra features a delicate silver lines blossom beads and a froth of ruffles at the bottom.

{Rivini}

This sheath gown by Rivini is perfect for your classy beach wedding with it's simple, flowy skirt and sexy top accentuated with intricate beading.

 {Rosa Clara}

Rosa Clara made this sheath wedding gown glitter by dazzling sequins all over it. Perfect for a movie-themed wedding.

{Theia}

Theia gives this simple sheath silhouette gown a glamorous appeal by applying a scroll-patterned beading technique.


Photos courtesy of www.marthastewartweddings.com

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2 comments:

  1. I love this post! Thanks for the inspiration. I'm currently hunting for gown idea when I stumbled upon your blog. More power!

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  2. Love the gowns esp the one made by Rosa Clara.

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