Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Vintage Wedding Dresses

I was talking to a bride-to-be about wedding dresses the other day. She asked me what I thought would be appropriate for a small intimate wedding. She also mentioned how her and her fiance are on a very tight budget and that she really didn't want to spend too much on her wedding dress. She added that she really never had a dream of walking down the isle in a princess style gown (I'm not sure if I have mentioned this before but, small budget weddings is my niche) Because I love the challenge of planning a small budget wedding and trying to make them as close to your dream wedding as possible, I thought this was a very interesting question. One that not too many people talk about since most brides want a big gown. So when she approached me with this question the only thing that came to mind at the moment was VINTAGE DRESS. If you feel you are alot like this bride, then you should consider vintage as an option. As I browsed on the cyber world looking through many websites that sell vintage wedding dresses, I found that they are also ALOT LESS than non-vintage dresses. I saw many very pretty, cute even sassy dresses that can be accessorized to compliment your unique style. You can find an array of vintage dresses by visiting poshgirlvintage.com, they have a huge selection to match your style and taste.

This dress is also absolutely beautiful!

With these beautiful Prada shoes.... Wow!

Yes, you may be thinking... "How non-traditional is this?" Alot of brides are non-traditional these days and it's totally up to you how you want to look on YOUR DAY. I can't wait to hear from you. Your comments are ALWAYS WELCOMED! So come on, tell me what's on your mind.

Ketty Gonzalez - Senior Wedding Planner - www.detaildivaevents.com


  1. I think that is a great way to stay on budget and have class/style! Great idea!

  2. Those are both beautiful dresses. I wish I had went for something more like that when I got married! You could also suggest to her the teeshirt wedding dress (DIY). I think it said total cost was $12. How impressive would it be to make your own wedding dress!!!