Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Wedding Dresses Inspired by Flowers

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This season, designers have outdone themselves with a fresh crop of dresses inspired by flowers. In lieu of water and sunshine, these exquisitely detailed designs require only a beautiful bride to spring to life.A bolero of silk flowers in water color shades enlivens a simple silhouette.

Here, a strapless ivory gown turns heads with its voluminous train of blossoming organza.

Breeze down the aisle in a floaty chiffon dress embellished with windblown floral appliques. 

Put a formal spin on flowers with strapless beaded tulle. 

With hand-embroidered carnations, this strapless silk faille gown rounds out the requirements of "something old, something new" in a chic, watery hue. 

Clusters of beaded flowers bring spring's prettiest shapes to a tulle number -- and the tiered, petal-like skirt of a strapless silk chiffon dress alludes ever so softly to the season. 

Details as delicate as the organic touches that inspired them: the whisper of a leaf embroidered on strapless tulle.

With the crepey texture of a hibiscus petal in tea-length silk organza.

A strapless silk dress with a dramatically flared trumpet shape and a silk organza stunner with ruffles for days recall the beauty of a calla lily.

Every bit as special as the elusive cereus, a flower that opens just a few times each year, this profusion of pleated organza is anything but garden-variety. 

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