What You Should Know About
Tulle Wedding Dresses
Before Buying One
Is your dream wedding dress one of the beautiful tulle wedding dresses you see in the bridal magazines or like the one pictured here?
This style is perfect when you want a "fairy tale wedding gown" for the "princess" wedding gown look.
Maybe you just want a romantic wedding gown for your wedding.
Tulle is a fine net that when used as wedding dress fabric, creates a very soft looking, full bouffant skirt.
Wedding dress designers most often use the ball gown style silhouette when designing bridal gowns using tulle fabric.
Tulle wedding gowns have many layers of tulle net. It usually has anywhere from 4 to 10 layers, sometimes more. The more layers the gown has . . . the less you see of the underlining. This creates a cloud-like, soft, billowy, pouf skirted wedding gown.
Under the lining there usually is a petticoat of crinoline net built into the gown to make it stand out very full. Sometimes for a fuller look you might want to wear a separate petticoat slip.
Keep in mind that the more layers you have in the dress, the heavier it will be.
Also, many brides mention to me how hot the dress is because of its layers and the petticoat slip under the dress.
So if you tend to be warm natured, easy to perspire or having your wedding in a hot, humid climate outdoors... you might want to think twice about this type of gown.
Or at least plan well by having your wedding and reception in a well air conditioned site.
Before buying a tulle wedding gown you need to know what the pros and cons are of wearing tulle bridal gowns.Find out what you need to know before buying this style dress.
If you need information about alterations or repairs for wedding dresses made of tulle net, then check out the advice given about tulle wedding dress alterations.
Tulle wedding gowns are undeniable beautiful. It may to you be well worth the extra care needed to make this type of gown your perfect wedding dress!
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