Wedding Prom Ball Dresses
All wedding dress designs add a special something to a woman, but not all of them are that flattering. For instance, one of the most versatile designs of all is the ball gown style. This type of dress can add so much grace, flair and elegance to your figure that you will effortlessly look like a real princess on your wedding day. Besides this, we also have to mention that there is something magical and almost mysterious about a ball gown that makes people wanting to see you and admire you as much as possible.
Prom ball gown wedding dresses were very popular in the old days but it seems that this look is back. We are very excited to see that lavish elaborated gowns are back in trend, and this time to stay. Although the big pompous ball gowns were often worn by royalties in the past it doesn’t mean that only if you are a real princess or queen you can afford to wear a dress like this at your wedding day. This style was also very trendy at masked balls and proms.
Therefore there are many types of ball gowns for you to select from, including formal gowns that can be worn at the wedding. The empire waist ball gowns are truly something special to consider for those who want to get into the antique mood faster. The prom style was in vogue during the 1950s, when young women used to wear tighter cloths. The prom gowns were so popular and sought-after because they managed to accentuate their body in a very feminine and elegant way, providing them with a perfect hourglass silhouette.
The secret to the beauty of the gowns were the full circle skirts that swirled so beautifully on music. Girls were very happy wearing these types of dresses, looking very free and joyous. If you are planning a cheerful wedding and you want your guests to have fun at your wedding, wear a tea length or ballerina ball gown dress. The contrary, if you prefer something more elegant and dramatic, a full floor length prom wedding dress will make you feel like Cinderella on your wedding day.
In case you want to follow a particular original old pattern, you should know that these types of dresses often had wide shoulders, full hips and a cinched waist. As for the colors, anything bright and shiny was wearable. The floral patterns and prints were also in vogue and they can still make gorgeous selections for modern-vintage brides of today. The A-line ball gowns with or without straps and sleeves are the most popular ones. As for the fabric, the most adequate and common are: taffeta, organza, satin and tulle.