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5 dreamy tulle wedding dresses

They look like ballerina dresses —and there are bridesmaid dresses too.

By Glamour Magazine Jul 1, 2013 8:36PM
Photo: Pinned by the Bitchless Bride // Courtesy of Pinterestby Kim Fusaro

When I spotted this tutu-y dress on Pinterest last week, I just HAD to see more!

Would make for a lovely bridesmaid dress, no?

The adorbs little frock is from Etsy seller Ouma, and there's TONS more gorgeous where that came from, starting with these four wedding dresses!







Wedding Dress 1

Blushing in Pink Tulle Wedding Dress, $980.

Wedding Dress 2

Gold Sequined Party Dress, $320.

Wedding Dress 3

Hollywood Heather Glitter Gold Strapless Sweetheart Tulle Dress, $980.

Wedding Dress 4

Modern Monet Ombre Wedding Dress, $840.

Which one of these wedding dresses is your favorite?

Wedding Dress 5

My favorite is actually this blue-y gray one!

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Photos: Courtesy of Etsy
16Comments
Jan 13, 2014 9:49AM
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umm am I the only one that read the bloggers inro??? says they would make good bridesmaids dresses... to which I agree... maybe not all are my taste but i do see a few of them making nice bridesmaids dresses 
Jul 10, 2013 5:21AM
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Nothing says accessorizes a bridal gown (well, wedding dress) quite like tattooed feet. Actually, they all look kinda trashy.
Jul 10, 2013 3:57AM
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Yikes! Not wedding dress like at all, more like an 8th grade dance dress.
Jul 10, 2013 2:45AM
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None of those dresses resemble a wedding dress. And I don't think anyone would dare get married wearing a dress like these.
Jul 9, 2013 10:51PM
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Before even reading a single post, my initial reaction was PROM DRESS. Very interesting how many people feel the same way. This is good for young people who haven't grown up yet, but think they are ready for the reality of a marriage. Remember, the wedding is one day, the marriage is forever. In my opinion, these dresses are not appropriate for a mature bride.
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It seems standards have fallen over the years.
Jul 9, 2013 8:18PM
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Yeah they look appropriate as Prom dresses or maybe Maids dresses.  Wedding dress? Meh
Jul 9, 2013 8:07PM
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I wouldn't wear one.  At best they might pass for crappy PROM dresses.  Why would a bride want that look?
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