Vintage Wedding Dresses

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Sheesh, where does the time go?   I just realized I haven’t posted for several days and over half the month is gone!  Since June is the most popular month for tying the knot, I thought I’d post some photos of vintage dresses that would be perfect for creative fashionistas who are entertaining the idea of a vintage themed wedding.

First up is this exquisite vintage ivory satin gown by Ceil Chapman.  For sale at Old Clothes.Com.  A petite size-32b 24w. Such a unique, special dress, it’s worth starving yourself to fit into it!

1950s Ceil Chapman wedding gown-32b 24w

1950s Ceil Chapman wedding gown

This pretty, feminine 1970s dress by Victor Costa

would be a lovely choice for a vintage garden wedding.

Offered at Couture Allure– 35b 26w


Vintage Victor Costa 1970s ruffled lace dress

Stunning 1990s Nolan Miller Couture  lace mermaid gown is an elegant vintage inspired look for an Old Hollywood glamour themed wedding.

For sale at Antique Dress– 35b 28w

Nolan Miller Couture in embroidered openwork lace organdy

Nolan Miller Couture in embroidered openwork lace organdy

Grace Kelly worthy Harvey Berin/Karen Stark design ivory chantilly lace vintage dress circa late 50s/early 60s- For sale at Blue Velvet Vintage-34b 26w

Harvey Berin Karen Stark dress in French chantilly lace

Harvey Berin Karen Stark dress in French chantilly lace

And if you’re looking for inspiration for your alternative/vintage/non traditional wedding you should check out these sites-

Offbeat Bride-Love her tag line “Alter your thinking”.  This blog is all about marrying to the beat of a different drum.  For the bride who flaunts tradition, this site if full of  wedding inspiration for the independent thinker.

Vintage Glam Weddings–  Lots of great ideas for adding that special vintage touch to your special day.

Queens of Vintage articles about vintage weddings.

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