Medieval Wedding Gowns

Planning to have your wedding event celebrated in the selected theme, whether it is a complex one or a simpler one, it still requires for the bride to know what exactly she needs to wear to comply with the chosen theme. In fact, a wedding celebration is from its very beginning to its end, a sequence of events that interrelate with each other, every element must be included bearing the print of fluidity, it is a story that has to have a beginning and a (happy) end and everybody meant to be part of the story, especially the main characters (bride and groom) have to stick to the given plot.

Relating the elements between each other is the only way to give your wedding festivity the air of a fairy tale that took place in the real world. The same happens with the medieval themed wedding. From the moment you have decided to go for a medieval theme, you have to know to which period of the Middle Age you want to belong to once you have chosen the theme. Because you wouldn’t like for instance to go for a Celtic medieval wedding gown and the groom to be dressed in the Henri the first style or even to wear a tuxedo (although I have seen grooms dressed in a modern style while the bride wearing something extravagant that didn’t go with her groom’s and bridesmaids’ attires).

Considering that the Medieval themed wedding is the one that follows the patterns of a medieval time (including the location – a medieval castle -, the attires, the menu and the music), brides should take into account the accuracy of details meant to be introduced in the atmosphere of the wedding celebration. This is why browsing for the correct medieval style that is planned to decorate the ambient of your wedding you are given options to choose from: the peasant style, the royalty style, the romantic one or the classic one.

Medieval wedding gowns, especially the ones to belong to the royalty, seem to be the most favored, although wedding couples who prefer the romantic way go as well for the Celtic gowns, the ones that reflect more the simplicity and go for the spiritual side of the event and what it really stands for. The ones that prefer also the romance and need to showcase their deep feelings of love that govern inside their hearts, the Juliet-style for the bride and the doublets with hoses caught by breeches for the groom should be adequate attire for a romantic medieval themed wedding.

Other styles, as mentioned before, the ones that belong to the royal style include in their structure rich fabrics (such as crushed velvet, brocades) and intricate touches of the cuts. These fabrics as rich as they are in their texture are embellished on top of it with gold or silver trimmings emphasizing the burgundy of a velvety corsage or the deep royal blue of a gown.

Reaching for these cheap medieval wedding dresses, though they do not have to be white in their color, may take a while – Renaissance Fair or various other market events that display these specific and elaborate gowns which could be found either online or simply visiting one of the fairs that might be unfolded in one Sunday in your residential home place.11

Written by , date Jan 05, 2010 in Uncategorized
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