Wedding Dresses To Die For: Go Flirty With A Baby Doll Silhouette!

Posted by Azure on March 16th, 2010
Depending on who you ask or where you look, you’ll find different names and descriptions for the various wedding dress silhouettes. I still remember when I first mastered what an "A-line" dress was... And then all of a sudden, I started seeing modified A-line, what looked like A-line but was called something else, and everything in between. Needless to say, my head was spinning!

Enter, our fab designer wedding dress gallery! You'll notice that you can search for your dream wedding dress by silhouette, by designer, neckline, embellishment, and more! You can even search by Style- so if you are having a downtown chic wedding, search only for "Glamourous" wedding dresses; or if you are planning a low-key oceanside wedding, search for "Beach" style wedding dresses.

We’ve decided to categorize all of the short wedding dresses as in our gallery as “Baby Doll”. There are so many drool-worthy baby dolls to choose from- perfect for the actual wedding or the "take two" reception look. And since the sun is shining, and I’m in a summertime state of mind, I thought I’d showcase a few of my faves! Marchesa rarely misses the mark when it comes to women's fashion, and I adore the Marchesa baby doll number above. The gold embroidered waist gives the dress a Gladiator feel, and the flirty, flouncy ruffles soften the hard edge.

For to-die-for baby doll dresses, check out the Legends by Romona Keveza collection. How fantastic are the two frocks below? I'm loving the restrained volume of the bubble skirt and bolero in style 185, and the perfectly placed hints of lace on style 186. Isn't this chic femininity at its finest?

If sleek sophistication is more your speed, the form-fitted dresses in photo 3 may be just what you are looking for. And finally, check out Jenny Packham's Jemima baby doll dress (photo 4). The deep sweetheart neckline is definitely daring, so choose a dress like this if you want all eyes on you! Would you wear a short, baby doll wedding dress? Or are you considering a wardrobe change- and second dress- for your wedding reception?

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