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Gown Styles for Beach Weddings

The other area where there could be a difference is in the attire of the bride and groom. A beach wedding may be unsuitable for a typical, old-fashioned or traditional wedding gown with a long train that will likely get entangled in the sand, may get in the lapping of the waves or simply fly about and refuse to stay in place. Designers these days are taking into account these factors while showcasing bridal dress designs for beach weddings; in fact, some have launched separate lines of alluring designs for beach weddings, allowing the destination itself to gain popularity.

In fact, one of the reasons why brides pick out a beach or seaside wedding is the factor that it is a far more relaxing and fun atmosphere to be married in and the wedding gown can be more casual than traditional.

These are some of the popular choices of wedding gowns for a seaside wedding in terms of fabric and style. Traditional whites and ivories besides, pastel shades such as lime green, powder blue, peach pink and soft orange in lace, chiffon, satin, organdie and silk are the best for a beach wedding.

Another area of worry for a bride at a beach wedding is ‘keeping the hair in place’. For longer hair, there is the option of putting the lower half in rollers and setting them to remain in place throughout the ceremony. There is also the style of rolling the tresses into a low bun fixed with a jewel or stone studded clasp. When the bride has short hair, a side-sweep style with the hair fastened behind one ear with a huge flower that is in season completes the seaside look.