18th Century Wedding Gowns
Are you thinking of having a theme wedding representing the 18th century? Many you want a wedding in a medieval castle and you want the wedding gowns to correspond to the place or maybe you are just passionate about history and the 18th century. There must be many reasons on why you want 18 century wedding gowns.
Where you will find fabulous wedding dresses from 18 century? In a museum you will all the inspiration for creating your wedding dress that looks from the 18th century. You can get inspired by the type of dresses, brides used to wear in that time. In the 18th century the wedding dress was a treasure passed from generation to generation, in general the dresses were created by lace and satin and can still be found in almost perfect condition in the costume collection in museums. In the 18th centuries brides wore many colors on the wedding day, only after 20th century white becomes the traditional color of wedding dresses.
Many museums have collections of wedding dresses from 18th century and older. Rijksmuseum has a collection of wedding dresses from 1759. Weddings dresses from 1830 can be found at LACMA, also Victorian wedding dresses. You can admire a simple ivory silk wedding gown from 18th century at LACMA. You can see a Victorian wedding gown with wide skirt at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. A silk taffeta trimmed wedding dress with tassels and lace from 18th century at the Kent State Museum. You can admire beautiful silk-satin, dress trimmed with Honiton appliqué lace at the Victoria and Albert Museum. You inspire from the ivory satin Victorian bridal grown, from the Museum McCord. If you are looking for someone to create the wedding of your dreams that looks like address from 18 century, The Rossetti Costume and Bridal Gowns is a company with many years for creating beautiful costumes for films, opera and stage. They provide quality wedding gowns, corsets and ballet costumes, with high standard inspired by 18th century historical fashion.
Most bridal clients that approach Rossetti are looking for an alternative and unique wedding dress. An 18th century style corset will create a cleavage which flatters the larger busted lady and can event enhance the smallest of busts by compressive and lifting. An 18 century dress can be produced in a variety of fabrics, colors and have endless possibilities for decoration and combinations. You will feel like a princess in wedding dress inspired from 18th century.11