Thursday, June 6, 2013

Ballgowns at EVERY Budget!

Do you love the idea of a full skirt? Do you love tulle? Or want to be a princess for a day? Well a ballgown may be the perfect dress for you on your big day! As shown in the picture above, Ashley is in Tara Keely gown priced at around $2,500, but you can get the same feeling at any price point. Check them out below!

Setting a budget of under $1,000 can be somewhat limiting, but you wouldn't know it by looking at these two ballgowns above. Both belong to Madeleine's Daughter's Private Collection. The one to the left is all satin; it has a contrasting color sash with sparkle detail. The one to the right has a lace top with full organza skirt.

Priced between $1,000 to $2,000 the two ballgowns above both have a classic feel with a unique twist. The dress to the left is designed by Theia, and features a drop-waist lace bodice with nude lining and then flares out into a fun tulle skirt. We have it pictured with a belt, which further accentuates a waist. The dress to the right is designed by Allure Bridals. The deep sweetheart neckline is extremely flattering and the bling detail at the waist gives it just the right amount of sparkle.

These two beautiful ballgowns are priced between $2,000 and $3,000. Ballgowns at this price point tend to have the traditional fit mixed with a modern edge. The dress to the left by Watters has a beautiful flower textured skirt making it truly unique. The gown to the right by Paloma Blanca has scalloped lace top with exposed boning and very full skirt.

Priced between $3,000 and $5,000 both of the gowns above are very special. The dress to the left is by Amsale and is named Chelsea. It is a made of a material called faille and has scoop neckline gown with pleated skirt, very classic with clean lines. The dress to the right is by Lazaro. It is pictured in a blush color, and is accented by lots of bling on the top and a sparkle layer of tulle on the skirt.

The two gowns above priced over $5,000 may max out most people's budget, but be assured that the details on these dresses make it worth it. The dress to the left is Monique L'huillier. It is made of a  silver lace with sparkle and sheen and has a bow belt. The dress to the right is Marchesa and has spectacular beading all over the top and trailing into the skirt.

At any budget a ballgown makes any wedding day special, when else are you going to be able to wear a dress with such a full skirt and covered in sparkle?!

Let us know! Are you planning to wear a ballgown on your day? Or did you wear one already?

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