Silhouette Styles Part 4: Fit and Flare

If you are in the beginning stages of finding your wedding dress, being familiar with different wedding dress styles and silhouettes can help you decide on your favorite look. In our blog over the past few weeks, we have been broken down several silhouette styles and this week, our bridal store in South Florida we would like to feature the fit and flare silhouette!  Fit and Flare The fit and flare silhouettes allow you to show off your curves while still giving you a flowy skirt at the bottom. It is fitted down through the body, but flares out around mid-thigh. Rashida Wedding Dress Style Number: 2086  Shown in ivory/champagne/nude, this sleeveless Rashida designer wedding dress features crystal beaded, embroidered appliqués on an intricately designed tulle and lace gown. Available in white/white, ivory/ivory, and ivory/champagne/nude, the v-neckline complements the fit and flare silhouette of this designer wedding dress. The buttons along the back of the dress complete the look.


Silhouette Styles Part 4: Sheath Silhouette

It's easy to figure out which bridal fashions you like when you see photos of them, but if you are trying to describe a dress, it can be difficult to convey exactly what you have in mind. Over the past few weeks, our bridal boutique in Royal Palm Beach has been talking about the different dress silhouettes available in our blog to help our brides decide which styles they like best. This week, we would like to feature the sheath silhouette!
Sheath Flowing straight from the neckline to the hem, a sheath wedding dress can look both casual and sultry. The fabric used will make a big difference in the feel of the gown. It tends to follow your natural shape and can have a lengthening effect on the body.
Lynette Wedding Dress Style Number: 8288 This stunning cap sleeve Lynette designer wedding dress features elegant beading and appliquès on an intricately designed lace bridal gown. Available in white, ivory, or champagne, the high neck neckline completes the sheath silhouette of this d…

Silhouette Styles Part 3 - Mermaid

With so many dress styles to choose from, you may be wondering how to decide which style is best for you. If you're recently engaged and in the beginning stages of looking at wedding dress styles, you may not be familiar with the different silhouette styles. Each week, our Bridal Boutique in the Palm Beaches features a different silhouette in our blog to help our brides get a better idea of what styles they like. This week, we would like to feature the popular mermaid dress silhouette
Mermaid Silhouette  This is very similar to the trumpet style, but the skirt flare happens a bit lower, at the knee. It is sometimes also referred to as a fit-and-flare. It will enhance an hourglass shape. Sinead Wedding Dress Style Number: 2121 Our sultry Sinead wedding gown features a form-fitting satin mermaid silhouette accented with moonstone and pearl beaded straps. Frosted alençon lace appliqués and wide hemline lace edging with sheer, cut-away train complete the look.

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Silhouette Styles Part 2 - A-Line

Shopping for your wedding dress is one of the most exciting parts of wedding planning! When you book your appointment with us at our Bridal Boutique in South Florida, we work hard to find the perfect dress that not only matches your style preferences but also a dress that is flattering. If you're not sure what your ideal dress style is, Bridal Couture is here to help! Last week in our blog we started a blog series describing silhouette styles. This week, we are featuring the A-Line silhouette - read on to learn more about this dress style!
A-Line Silhouette  For a little less bounce, but still a full, beautiful skirt, there is the A-line silhouette. You get the fitted bodice, and the skirt gradually flows out from the waist, resembling the shape of an upper case letter "A." This shape can be a little easier to move around in than the ball gown.
Robin Wedding Dress STYLE NUMBER: 2089 The Robin designer wedding dress by Morilee features a v-neckline with an a-line, ball …

Silhouette Styles Part 1 - Ball Gown

When it comes time to shop for your wedding dress in South Florida, you may be surprised by the vast amount of wedding dress styles available to choose from. Before you make your appointment to try on dresses, looking at photos of dress styles you like is a great way to get a good idea of the styles you like. However, when you come in for your appointment, you may not be familiar with the silhouette styles, making it hard to convey the styles you love. In an effort to help our bride's before they come in, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is starting a blog series describing each silhouette style and examples of each. This week, we are featuring the ball gown silhouette!
Ball Gown Silhouette Straight out of a classic fairy tale, the ball gown is generally thought of as what a princess would wear. It is a timeless look that will always be in style. Ball gowns have a fitted bodice with a full skirt that flares out at the waist. These dresses seem to float ethereally down the aisle.…

Bridal Couture - More Than Just Wedding Gowns!

Are you getting married in 2020? First off - congratulations on your engagement! Getting married is a big step and planning your wedding can be a lot of fun! One of the biggest parts of wedding planning is to find your wedding dress. When you make your appointment at our bridal boutique in South Florida, you will find that we have an exquisite selection of bridal gowns and accessories. If you haven't found everything you need for your wedding attire, check out what we have to offer at Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches!
Bridal Gowns You will find a wide variety of elegant wedding dresses at the most affordable prices in our bridal boutique. Prices range between $500-$2500. There is a style for every bride, and we carry all sizes. A visit to the Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches website will allow you a virtual tour of the designer wedding dresses that we carry in our store.

Bridal Accessories Our selections of hand-picked jewelry, exquisite veils, delicate hairpieces, and beaded …

5 Holiday Wedding Ideas

The holidays are quickly approaching and if you're planning your wedding around the holidays, now is the time to start finalizing your details. Winter weddings can be beautiful and using the holidays to your advantage is a great way to plan your wedding theme. In today's blog, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches would like to share with you a few unique holiday wedding ideas to help you finish up your wedding planning. 

1. Incorporate Some Holiday Bling. After you've found the perfect dress at our South Florida bridal salon, it's time to accessorize. If you're having a holiday wedding, consider adding a pop of red to your wedding attire. Red shoes or some red jewelry really shout holidays. If you're going for something a little more subtle, find some snowflake jewelry and maybe do some light blue or silver sparkly shoes.
2. Get Festive with the Table Decorations. Instead of having flowers everywhere, get creative with the table decorations. Add a sense of festi…