You’ve chosen your venue. Now the next big step in wedding planning is finding your gown. You want to select a dress that mirror’s the style of the venue and your overall vision for the wedding. We’ve paired our favorite dresses with the most common type of venues to help you make your decision!
Your guests will be in awe of the lavish interior of your venue, so to ensure your gown takes center stage, incorporate a WOW factor. There is not a dull moment on this stunning Eddy K gown. The bodice has an elegant shimmer alongside intricate bead work, leading into a ruffled mermaid finish.
Beach girl’s #1 concern about the outdoor ceremony is staying comfortable in the heat. This tulle gown is light weight and the train is small so you don’t need to worry about sweeping sand behind you! This simply chic dress is by WToo.
A religious ceremony calls for a conservative gown. Thanks to Kate Middleton, long sleeve dresses are very on trend! Serve an elegant look from head to toe with this dress from Essence of Australia.
Match your ballroom event space with a ball gown! Your wedding is the only chance to wear this kind of extravagant dress, so take advantage of the opportunity with this beauty designed by Allure Bridal.
Looking at a different kind of venue that we did not list? Email us at info@LotusBridal.com to get paired with a bridal consultant to help you find the dress of your dreams.
We’re all familiar with the bridal tradition of wearing “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue,” but what does it represent?
The Olde English rhyme outlines four good luck charms the bride carries on her the day of the wedding to bring different fortunes. Something Old represents continuity in marriage, something new is for a bright future, something borrowed is sharing in the happiness from another married couple, and last but not least, the blue symbolizes love and fidelity.
For the brides interested in keeping this tradition alive on her wedding day, we came up with 5 cute ways to seamlessly incorporate “Something Blue” into your ensemble.
1. Blue Opal Jewelry
Blue Opal is the perfect modern twist on the expected sapphire bling. We’re seeing the opal trend all over the Internet, so why not be the first to make it a wedding trend?
2. Blue Ribbon Around Your Bouquet
Finishing your bouquet with a blue ribbon is a delicate way to tie in the tradition!
3. Blue Shoes
A fun approach that not only adds a pop of color but also makes for a great wedding photo! We carry these Badgley Mishka beauties at Lotus Bridal!
4. Nail Color
Pick a light blue color that will look great with your white dress!
5. Blue Garter
Keep your something blue a secret until the Garter Toss, or even until the wedding night 😉 This item is available for sale at Lotus Bridal
Hi ladies! Today is the first post in our new series, “What Will She Wear?”, where we talk about upcoming celebrity weddings, and take guesses at what kind of gown the bride will wear. Today’s upcoming bride is the lovely Jennifer Aniston.
Jennifer’s wedding to Justin Theroux is rumored to be happening this spring, so we started to think about what the beautiful actress may wear.
For her wedding to Brad Pitt in 2000, Jen wore a beautiful backless gown with a high neckline.
We imagine she probably wants this wedding to be as different from her first as possible, so her gown will might be radically different as well! Here are a few gowns available at Lotus Bridal that we think Jen would look great in.
Jen Aniston has an great figure, so we think she’d look incredible in a fitted mermaid gown, like this one from Allure Bridals:
For a similar style with a bit more sparkle, Jen would look terrific in this gown from Allure Couture:
Or if she wanted to do a romantic ballgown, we think Jen would look fantastic in this gown by Maggie Sottero:
Tell us, what do you think Jen should wear?