Keeping It Traditional
Not every bride wants to go the modern or out of the box route. A lot of brides still choose to go the traditional way by having their wedding in the church their parents got married in, not seeing the groom at all before the big day, something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue also almost always makes the traditional list. And when these brides go dress shopping they want their dresses to also look the part so they can have a complete and holistic traditional experience.
Thank goodness there are still incredible designers out there who design dresses for exactly this type of wedding. They keep it simple and beautiful without creating gowns that are too over the top and modern for these old school brides.
Here are some incredible traditional dresses to consider:
Maggie Sottero’s Luanne
A gorgeous strapless sweetheart neckline that fits the body like a glove then flares when it hits your knees. This stunning dress is as traditional as they come, with beautiful lace motifs and tulle.
Maggie Sottero’s Jayleen
This dress can be considered modern traditional with a bodice that is brought to life with beaded lace motifs right up to the bateau neckline and straps. A fit-and-flare-skirt made of tulle and lace godets decorating the sides of the dress. And to finish it off a gorgeous Aldora crepe belt.
Maggie Sottero’s Dana
This is a real princess dress that is delicately decorated with beaded motifs on the bodice, the skirt billows down into a beautiful ball gown effect. Pockets is a cheeky extra and we know how much women love pockets on dresses. Straps are beaded and the neckline plunges down creating the all-time princess favourite sweetheart neckline.
Maggie Sottero’s Ariella Marie
This gown is vintage-inspired and is gorgeous with its extra cover. Embroidered lace motifs accentuate the bodice. The dress drops down into a beautiful tulle-fit-and-flare skirt with beaded trim.
Maggie Sottero’s Petra
This is a traditional dress with a twist if you’re looking for that extra glad factor. The gown is is adorned with vintage style beading, pearls, and also Swarovski crystals. Cap-sleeves create a little coverage and then the keyhole back creates a gorgeous illusion that is accented with even more beading.
Maggie Sottero’s Morocco
A traditional dress that is bang-on-trend, this A-line gown has a stunning beaded lace bodice and spaghetti straps. The sweetheart neckline drops down beautifully accentuating this gorgeous gown.
Maggie Sottero’s Adalee
This form-fitting dress screams glamour, it follows your shape accentuating your curves, while the bodice is embellished with corded lace and drops down into a beautiful and magnificent full tulle skirt.
Maggie Sottero’s Lansing
Lace hugs the bodice of this dress that is fit-and-flare. It falls into a gorgeous and dramatic tulle skirt that is edged in beautiful delicate lace. The gown is finished with a sweetheart neckline and a corset.
As you can see all the gowns have been designed by Maggie Sottero, and rightfully so because they really can do traditional that makes jaws drop everywhere. Some of these gowns have a bit of a modern feel to them but they still stay true to the dresses that made were back in the day. We cannot look into the future by keeping one foot in the past, but we can give it a nice nod and smile as we make our way into an incredible tomorrow.
When you decide on your traditional wedding dress I hope you get everything out of it. I know it will make your mum and grandmas so very, very proud. And remember to look back but not for too long, because everything you want is lying right on the horizon.