We are very much aware that the classical look is very common among brides, and how could it be otherwise when every woman dreams about looking like a medieval princess. Well, if a princess’s look is what you want, and you have already set your wedding theme to Renaissance, then all you are left to do is to choose your wedding gown accordingly.
In what follows, we will present you some interesting looking models of Renaissance wedding gowns that you can wear on your big day.
Our first wedding gown suggestion is thoroughly interesting because it focuses all the attention on the bust area and the breasts of the bride will be highlighted with the help of the cuts and the neckline. This dress is very long and it features long sleeves whereas the lower part of it is very ample.
Here we have another Renaissance wedding gown that is pretty similar in cuts with the previous model. The things that differ, though, are the fabric and the ruffles. The embroidery used to adorn the dress confers it a vintage aspect.
The medium sized train also adds its contribution to this vintage look. As you well know, these types of dresses are all about details, and the back of it makes no exception. That is why, most of the times they have this string detail, which has turned, in time, to a real symbol of the Renaissance wedding gowns.
Let us also mention that , due to its wavy design, the bride will feel comfortable, while at the same time, the dress will take care to emphasize the most beautiful curves of her body. It is not to be forgotten that women, in Medieval times, used to take very much care of the details. These details refer to accessories, as well as ways to embellish the wedding gown.
Some of them used golden thread to outline the margins of the dress and some of them had seamstresses whose task was to put on handmade embroidery with floral motifs. Therefore, you must do precisely as they did, and pay great attention to all the details of the dress. You could (if you afford it, that is) even use pearls to embellish it.
Whichever the case, and whichever dress caught your eye it is one last piece of advice that you must keep in mind. The attitude of the bride is always important. However, it had an even greater importance in the Medieval Age, and if you are going to wear a Renaissance wedding gown you must match it with the exact same attitude specific to the times it belongs to.