When you’re shopping for the *perfect* wedding gown, it tends to be easier in the spring or summer. Strapless! Halter! One-shoulder! Any of these designs are readily available and you’re more than happy to wear any of them outdoors since spring and summer boasts pretty incredible weather. But if you’re getting married in the winter — and you don’t want to be cold — you’ve come to the right place. We’ve found three beautiful dresses for winter weddings we know you’ll love from Milamira Bridal and we can’t wait to show you how perfect they are! Read on for more…
Dresses – Winter Weddings
This first dress is known as Rufina, which offers an elegant bodice and flattering sleeves made of swiss dot tulle (so they’re still a little sheer).
The bodice of the dress is made using a high quality poly material, so it’s ultra soft and luxurious to the touch. The bottom is a chiffon skirt, which has a peach-inspired hue.
And with this dress you can cross two accessories off of your list: a sash and a necklace. Since this gown comes with a lovely handmade (and hand beaded) satin ribbon sash, you won’t have to go searching for one that works with the gown. Plus, the neckline of this dress is embellished with lace, so you won’t need a necklace to complete the look.
Next up: the Cassiopeia!
If you get chilly just thinking about being outdoors taking photos (I’m raising my hand over here), a heavier material like the Cassiopeia may be perfect for you. The bodice of this gown is made of cotton jacquard so it will keep you even warmer.
And finally, the Ursa!
Ah, the Ursa gown is like a fairy tale come to life! It is made of two colors of tulle: sky blue and light grey. The skirt is extra full but still airy and light. I love the intricate hand embroidery around the neckline and on the shoulders, which includes hundred of seed beads, glass beads, crystals, and tiny silver styles. This dress will definitely sparkle under the moonlight.
beautiful photographs by Ksenia Milushkina Photography
And now the problem will be figuring out which one you love best! Tell us: what do you think of these gowns? I think the Ursa is my new favorite.