Hello, my sparkling Real Weddings readers! I’d say “rain, rain, go away” but we so desperately need it! So instead, I’ll share a ray of sunshine in the form of these glorious gowns from Enchanted Bridal & Tuxedo Shoppe in Fair Oaks. Enjoy!
Macie by Sottero & Midgley
Delicate Guipure lace on Point d’esprit adorn a sweetheart neckline bodice, drifting into a high-low hemline. Finished with gorgeous Swarovski crystal belt and zipper back closure.
Lola by Sottero Midgley
Intricate patterns of Swarovski crystals and mirrored beads adorn this tulle over Valentina Satin, slim A-line gown. Available with optional Swarovski crystal beaded tulle cap-sleeves. Finished with zipper over inner elastic closure.
Jerrica by Sottero Midgley
A grand statement of breathtaking elegance, this ball gown silhouette features a deep sweetheart neckline and ruched bodice with brilliant Swarovski crystal belt transitioning to a splendorous display of tulle and Chic Organza layered swirls. Finished with a corset closure.
Crawley by David Tutera for Mon Cheri
Venise lace, organza and tulle mermaid wedding dress with lace cap sleeves, deep Queen Anne neckline features an illusion and lace modesty piece, Venise lace bodice with exaggerated dropped asymmetrical waistline, sheer tulle and lace back bodice with covered button closures, full dramatic ruffled tiered organza and tulle skirt spills into chapel length train.
Gala by David Tutera for Mon Cheri
Strapless tulle, organza and lace appliqué wedding dress ball gown with sweetheart neckline, corded lace appliqué bodice features intricately hand-beaded jeweled trim at natural waistline, curved back bodice, softly gathered full skirt with matching lace appliqué and chapel length train, detachable spaghetti and halter straps included.
Find all these gorgeous gowns and more at Enchanted Bridal & Tuxedo Shoppe, 5321 Sunrise Boulevard in Fair Oaks. 916-965-5683, enchantedbridalshoppe.com. And, be sure to “like” Enchanted Bridal & Tuxedo Shoppe on Facebook at facebook.com/EnchantedBridalShoppe.
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of and copyright Sottero & Midgley and David Tutera for Mon
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