Hello my drop-dead gorgeous Real Weddings readers. Love is in the air with Valentine’s Day dropping in on us tomorrow. Let us show our affection with these romantic gowns from Casablanca Bridal available locally at The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear. Be Mine this year?
This A line wedding gown is made of tulle over crystal satin lining. The sleeveless bodice features a sheer scalloped neckline and back design. Beaded lace appliques adorn the entire dress to add the perfect touch of glamour.
This mermaid style gown is made of beaded lace over perfecting satin. The fitted sheer lace tank style bodice features pleated tulle sweetheart neckline and an open back with tulle covered buttons along the zipper. A scalloped hemline completes the style.
Look elegant and sophisticated in Casablanca Bridal 2110. This mermaid wedding gown is made of beaded lace appliques over satin. The fitted bodice features a sheer bateau neckline with cap sleeves and a low v tank back. Beaded appliques sewn in tulle adorn the entire gown.
This mermaid style wedding gown is made of beaded shimmery lace appliques over satin. The fitted bodice is strapless and features a sweetheart neckline with an open back. This gown comes with a detachable sheer tulle shawl with lace detail.
This fit and flare wedding gown is made of beaded lace over crystal satin. The strapless bodice features a soft sweetheart neckline while the natural waist is accented with a pleated waistband. It comes with a removable beaded off the shoulder lace overlay with keyhole back and short sleeves.
Find all these gorgeous gowns and more at The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear. The main bridal boutique is located in Sutter Creek (60 Main Street #2), but they recently opened a second store in Angels Camp (1262 South Main Street). Please note that the Casablanca Bridal line is only carried in Sutter Creek.
For more information, log on to theclothesmine.com. Also, be sure to “like” The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear on Facebook here.
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of and copyright Casablanca Bridal.
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