2011 Wedding Dress Trend: Big Ball Gowns, Endless Volume

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In 2011, it's time to go big or go home. At least that's what the wedding dress designers are saying! 2011 bridal collections are chockfull of big ball gowns, lots of volume, bustles and pickups, galore! This 2011 trend signals a return to fairytale weddings & opulent bridal style. And while voluminous ballgowns have long been a staple of designers like Amalia Carrara and Justin Alexander, bridal designers of all types and styles are jumping aboard the volume train in 2011! Now,...

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Enchanted Garden Wedding in Chicago:Rachel and CJ

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Featured Wedding by Bella Pictures Rachel and CJ's luxe Chicago wedding will be featured on WEtv's Platinum Weddings tonight, but we've got a sneak peak from Bella Pictures!! Rachel and CJ's special day started with a traditional religious wedding ceremony in Cicero, IL. After the couple said I Do, they were whisked off to the Westin Lombard Yorktown Center, their wedding reception venue. The ballroom at the Westin was completely transformed into a romantic, opulent enchanted...

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2011 Wedding Dresses from Kenneth Pool: Couture Details Galore!

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Kenneth Poolwedding dresses always take my breath away! And the 2011 creations are as drool-worthy as ever! Pool's dresses ooze restrained glamour and opulence, and you can always count on to-die-for couture details! Many of the gowns are crafted from rich Dutchess satin, and the sweetheart neckline continues to be a staple in this fabulous designer's bridal collections. If a ballgown wedding dress is what you've always dreamed of, but want to keep your bridal look modern and...

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Spring 2010 Bridal Runway: Amsale Wedding Dresses

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You can always count on Amsale to have some pretty fabulous wedding dresses! The Spring 2010 wedding dress line from Amsale definitely delivers with some real beauties! Every dress in the collection is simple and elegant- you won't see any head-to-toe lace or over-the-top plunging necklines or backs. What you will see is traditional silhouettes done in rich, sumptuous fabrics, and chic details that add a little "wow factor". Take the first dress (the Adele)- this is a traditional...

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