WEDDING GOWNS FOR PLUS SIZE BRIDES

This page of wedding gowns for plus size brides is part of AsEstilo's Wedding Collection.
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Julietta by Mori Lee
Plus Size Wedding Dress

An A-Line silhouette with chapel train, floor gown length, natural waistline, taffeta and organza fabric, strapless sleeve length and sweetheart neckline. Style: 3094.

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Unforgettable by Bonny
Plus Size Wedding Dress

Constructed in Princess Organza, with hollow to hem with up to 62 inches. The design is 1105.

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Plus Size Wedding Dress by Signature Plus

This A-Line silhouette design features a dropped waistline, organza fabric, floor gown length, strapless sleeve length, semi-cathedral train and strapless neckline. Style: 3353.

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4 comments:

  1. Thankyou! I had it made by a local dressmaker, I worked with her to come up with the design, it is loosely based on a ridiculously expensive prom dresses I found online but could never afford!If I was getting married I was bloody well doing it in a princess ball gown!

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    1. Well done Sam Lee... when you have resources that's the way to go!

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  2. Adorable collection! Love the first one!

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    1. The first one is a beautiful piece - great choice Julianna!

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