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WEDDING DRESS DETAILS: EMBELLISHMENTS VS STRUCTURE

Updated: Jan 26

There are many different ways a wedding gown designer will craft a gown to be uniquely its own. A designer may use an intricate lace appliqué or adorn the gown in high-quality delicate beading. They also may choose to bring detail into a gown with structural elements like pleating, ruching, and ruffled layers. Whether you want to have a gown that is covered in breath taking embellishments or you want more understated yet beautiful detailing created through thoughtful structural elements, trust us that there is a wedding gown for you.


EMBELLISHMENTS


Embellishments by definition are considered to be a decorative detail or feature added to something to make it more attractive. Wedding gown designers are incredibly meticulous about creating these one-of-a-kind stunning gowns and one of the ways they do so is by adorning them in intricately crafted details like adding 3-dimensional elements, uniquely patterned or bold laces, and not to mention breathtaking beadwork.


STRUCTURE


Structural details are crafted when a wedding dress designer uses the actual structuring of the gown in order to bring unique detail to a dress. Some ways that a designer may do this are by pleating certain areas of the gown, using the fabric to create ruffles for fullness, or ruching parts of the dress enhance the figure for an ultra flattering silhouette.


Beading, ruching, pleating, adorning lace; whichever kind of detail you want, there is a dress for you. BoChic Bridal Boutique takes pride in ensuring we have something for everyone. No matter the aesthetic or theme you are desiring or venue you will be wed in, one of our knowledgeable bridal stylists will take special care to help you find a dress you can be happy to say "yes" to. Make sure to follow us on all of our social media like TikTok, Instagram and Pinterest for behind the scenes looks, the latest in inventory, and more in depth information about upcoming events. Book an appointment today, you don't want to miss out!

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