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Exquisite Bridal Gowns September 11, 2008

Posted by Giselle in Réflexions diverses.
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Lace and beads accent this flowing slim A-line gown. Gown accents at the empire waistline with satin banding and removable matching lace cap sleeves. The back has a bit of drama, with an inserted tulle and lace godet, and covered buttons, which flow into a chapel train.


Silk dupion and beaded lace halter neck ball gown with draped waist band. The skirt is tiered with a lace underskirt and has a chapel length train.

Silk dupion and beaded lace strapless ball gown. This dress has a number of pieces which are detachable: lace neckline, bolero with detachable long sleeves. Skirt has side box pleats and a lace trimmed cathedral length train.

Slim Lace off the shoulder Mermaid style gown. This dress is all-over lace with a matching Lace trim on the hem and neckline. This dress has a Chapel length train.

Strapless embroidered Lace gown features a shirred bodice which is decorated with sequins, glass beads and Swarovski crystals. The pick-up skirt is adorned with scattered beading and flows into a bubble hem. This dress features a Chapel length train.


Scalloped lace creates the off the shoulder neckline and meets the draped torso at the empire. Softly side draped, A-line skirt with lace appliqués that cascade onto the chapel length train.

Tulle with Embroidery. Delicate beading edges the satin bands that trim the sweetheart shaped, strapless neckline. The fitted bodice is decorated with embroidery and beading with a dropped waistline that meets the multi-layered, circular tulle, ball gown skirt. A satin band surrounds the hemline and trims the detachable, chapel length train.

A strapless bodice decorated with sparkling embroidery. The tulle ball gown skirt has asymmetrically draped overskirt with beaded appliqués.


Flat Taffeta Gown with Detachable Lace Straps.


Silk Duchess. Strapless dropped waist ballgown with crystal beadwork and pleated Tulle accents. Beaded chapel train with glove button detail.

Silk Duchess. Satin off-the-shoulder ballgown with dropped waist and crystal beaded bodice. Flat-front satin skirt is adorned with intricate crystal embroidery and scalloped Tulle trim.


Silk Duchess Satin. Satin ballgown with natural waist and spaghetti halter straps. Bodice features hand draping and covered buttons at back.

Duet. Balloon skirt ballgown with pleated bodice and crystal beaded straps. Bustle back skirt and chapel train.



PHOEBE. Ivory soft silk satin. With rouched bodice and draped skirt decorated with hand crafted flower.

FRANCOISE. Thai silk dress with rouched bodice , beaded Swarovski neckline and draped skirt.

ALESSANDRA. Chantilly lace bodice encrusted with Swarovski crystal with Eloisa slim A-line thai silk skirt.


CHLOE. Strapless taffeta and tuelle gown. Bodice has a sweetheart neckline with ruching to one side decorated and silver beaded lace detail. A line tuelle skirt with taffeta overlay.

CAPRICE. Strapless bodice with a sweetheart neckline and tie back in Italian lace and tuelle decorated in silver embroidery and beading. A line tuelle skirt with scattered crystal beading.


CHELSEA. A-line gown in silk and silk garza. The strapless bodice has a bias cut ‘criss-cross’ bust drape, beaded with tiny crystals and glass beads. The bodice sits over the skier and looks like a two piece, but is actually a dress. The a-line skirt has a soft silk garza overlay which sweeps up to the back bodice and leads into a ‘sweep’ train. The back bodice is trimmed with a corsage of hand made silk rose.

ANTONELLA. A glamorous mermaid style gown in taffeta metal. The strapless bodice is draped and is decorated with rosettes of beaded tulle and beaded taffeta metal. The asymmetric side drape leads into a frilled skirt.

…..For now, thats all folks! I’m in love with these dresses…!!! Mori Lee bowled me over completely! Which did you like? I’m finding it SOOO Very hard to even stick to one particular dress!!!



1. Princess Hiraya - September 11, 2008

I can’t decide which one I like… they are all beautiful…

2. Giselle - September 11, 2008

I know…!!! Just imagine how it might feel to walk down the aisle wearing any of these!!!! 🙂 ooh! Princes-ly!!!! 😀

3. yhen - September 16, 2008

wow, i love the gowns… esp the third gown… looks very conservative at the same time sexy… 😉

4. Giselle - September 16, 2008

I know..! Couldn’t get my eyes of it . There was something very attractive about it..

5. amywhere - September 18, 2008

Thanks! I can’t wait for tommorrow! (and kinda can’t wait for Sunday in a way)
I love the Mori Lee and the Ella dresses. I am not getting married anytime soon, but looking at those makes me want to get married today! hehe!

6. Giselle - September 18, 2008

I know that feeling.. Just seeing those dresses make you visualize yourself in them walking down the aisle, your dad beside you towards the man of your dreams.. your heart’s love , your soul mate.. your partner in crime;-) waiting for you right at the end of that path.. Aah! Wonderful!!!:)

7. Giselle - September 18, 2008

Mori Lee was my fav too by the way!:)

8. 2twentythree3 - September 20, 2008

Wow! The Mori Lee is just stunning, really stunning, wow..

9. Giselle - September 20, 2008

Especially the 3rd Mori Lee creation right? … If only it were mine.. (In fact.. !! If only many of these were mine!!!)

10. blessed1 - September 23, 2008

Wow what amazing dresses! I love the phoebe and the duet. Good luck in making your choice!

11. Giselle - September 23, 2008

Aah.. My turn is over.. I had a dress made by Mori Lee.. Thats another reason Im so taken up by her dresses!!!

12. Ruthie - September 24, 2008

How could you go wrong with any of them!! Wow they are breath taking. Can’t wait to see yours.

13. Giselle - September 24, 2008

Yea…i guess you will have to start thinking about how your daughters look in these dresses uh? 🙂

14. Kristi - September 25, 2008

Thanks for the comments. I’m not engaged yet, but the dresses you posted are beautiful. I will keep you in mind when that day comes for dress help. Right now it’s just thoughts in my mind — not sure why they are so strong right now. Maybe it’s a sign. Who knows? It’s fun to look too. 🙂

15. Giselle - September 26, 2008

I guess its that time of life when you look through bridal gowns wistfully and dream of yourself in them .. 🙂

16. ammu - July 30, 2009

wow..de all are awesome.. but i still couldn’t find the gown in my dreamz… will you please put some other cinderella-type ball gowns?

17. Jessica - August 19, 2009

I love them they are all beautiful!!!!

18. Victoria - September 15, 2009

I love the dress that Julia Roberts is wearing and i would love to know where i can buy a dress that is just like it for my own wedding because that would be the perfect dress to go with what i hope will be my perfect day that i will always remember.

Giselle - September 16, 2009

I too love it.. but where you can buy it from… Im soo sorry to say I don’t know :/

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