If you’re looking for a wedding cover-up that adds to the beauty of your dress, you’ll go nuts for this tulle bridal wrap.
When I saw it, I had an A-HA moment: for years, wedding scarves and cover-ups have been taking away from the beauty of the wedding dress with bulky, boxy designs.
But in the spring and summer, you don’t want to hide in a thick layer. You will find taffeta, feathers, and even faux fur in the early spring months. But that can get hot — and quickly (even though I think this feather shrug does an awesome job at showing off your gown, even with a thicker cover-up!)
No! You want your wedding dress to shine through, allowing the wrap to add as a subtle accent to your obviously awesome style. And finally, F I N A L L Y, this tulle bridal wrap really gets it done.
Tulle Bridal Wrap
Meet the see-through tulle bridal wrap: your favorite new wedding cover-up by designer Amy Kuschel. And it’s immediately becoming a must have for brides everywhere.
This wedding wrap is made with see-through tulle so everyone can see that eye-catching neckline and gorgeous embroidered detail you love about your gown.
For the ceremony, it acts as a sweet wedding cover-up; for bridal portraits, you’ll be glad to have an accessory to mix up your look. The tulle bridal wrap features one of my favorite things: classic fabric-covered round buttons along the back of the garment.
You can wear this wrap with the buttons in the back or reverse it with the buttons in the front; both look impressive.
This tulle cover-up is becoming the hottest new trend for weddings and it’s obvious to see why! It’s the best of both worlds: a wedding cover-up that adds style and versatility to your dress.
In addition, it is an exclusive piece available only at BHLDN. You can see it here.
Would you wear this wedding wrap? If so, would you wear it with the buttons in the front or the back? I love how it looks with tulle in the front, buttons in the back, but that’s just my opinion. I’d love to hear your thoughts.