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From her plunging neckline and low-back design to her delicately dramatic cathedral length train, Style #2306 Savannah creates a unique look of casual elegance.

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Savannah starts with a stunningly textured combination of lace over stretch chiffon in a soft a fit-and-and flare silhouette. Her neckline plunges in a scalloped V-shape and finishes with a sheer illusion panel for a touch of modern allure.

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Fabric: Lace over Stretch Chiffon

Available In: White/White/White, Ivory/Ivory/Ivory, Light Nude/Ivory/Ivory

Shown In: Light Nude/Ivory/Ivory

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The gently scalloped sleeves continue to the back of the gown with a matching V-shaped low-back design, scooping to showcase the bride's lovely frame.

Brimming with sexy bohemian vibes, Savannah's silhouette is designed to embrace the bride's figure with exquisite elegance. Ornate floral patterns dance across the dress, inspiring subtle intrigue and depth. The dress features gentle godets, giving the skirt added flow and movement as it spans out into a romantic cathedral length train.

The train is gently finished with soft scalloping for a look of dramatic, yet demure beauty.

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Both parts casual and classy, this light and breezy wedding gown is just the look for brides who seek to achieve elegance without compromising comfort. Whether worn in a backyard ceremony or destination wedding Savannah speaks to the adventurous spirit.

https://www.casablancabridal.com/

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By Shannon Low

1. Keep an open mind.
You should go into your appointment open to different styles of dresses, which may be
easier said than done. If you have your mind set on one specific dress, you will limit your
options because you only see yourself wearing that dress. However, keeping an open
mind will allow you to see find a dress that feels as if it was tailored to you and makes
you feel special. You never know until you try it on!

2. Do Your Research.One of the first things your bridal consult will ask you is: “Do you have any pictures ofdresses you’re interested in?” Pinterest boards have risen in popularity among manysoon-to- be brides to inspire ideas for their wedding. Doing research before your firstappointment can...

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By Shannon Low

For years, men have been given the option to rent tuxedos at a lower price than buying
one for their wedding day. Why is it that women are forced to buy an expensive dress for one
occasion, whereas, men are able to cheaply rent a tuxedo that can be used for multiple
occasions? A new trend in the bridal industry allows you to rent your wedding dress at a fraction
of the price of buying a new dress.

The option of renting a dress appeals to many women for several reasons. First off, yousave hundreds or even thousands of dollars, which can be put towards your honeymoon orsaved for later use. You do not need to preserve or find a place to store your dress for yearsafter your wedding day, which can be time consuming and costly. With t...

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By Clara Haslauer / Editor: Alex Mireles

Everyone wants their custom-made invitations, that really reflect not only you and your partner, but the style and theme the two of you plan for the wedding and future life together. According to the Bridal Association of America in 2017 the average spending for invitations was at $659. if you are not willing to spend a couple of hundred $$ for pieces of paper, DIY is probably the best option.
Be warned: it is neither easy nor fast!

Three most important questions before you start:
- Which elements do you really want on there?
- What will be the color scheme? Will it be the same as the wedding’s?
- How big/ small do you want the invitations to be?

Now that you know what you want, you have options ov...

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By Clara Haslauer / Editor: Alex Mireles

The makeup you wear on your big day will be entirely based on your dress, hairstyle and wedding theme. Hence, when choosing a perfect makeup look for your wedding you have to see the big picture, rather than just the type of lip color or eyeshadow.
Here are some tips of what will be popular and appropriate for your fall wedding, yet remember – don’t decide on makeup without seeing the full aisle-worthy look.

1. Bold lipsYour dress will most likely be a lighter color – who said your lips have to be?, According to Harper’s Bazaar , this has been a reoccurring trend for in past years and will be again in 2017Dark red lips with subtle eye makeup can draws more attention and adds a...

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By Clara Haslauer

When most women think about their wedding, a color stands out: white.

It all originated from Mary, Queen of Scots who, in 1559, was the first royal to marry in her favorite color, white. Until then white was worn for mourning, not weddings. Since then however, in westernized cultures white has for decades been the color to get married in. It signifies purity of the soul and body as well as new beginnings.

Yet, in recent years white is not the only color a bride can get married in. While the majority of dresses are still in a white or off-white shade such as champagne or ivory, colors such as light pink or baby blue are emerging. Especially in 2017/18 collections many designers tend to emphasize on different more modern col...

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By Clara Haslauer

You say yes – you tell your loved ones about the great news and that’s about the time you have to figure out your wedding budget. No budget, no wedding. Hence, this is the very first step you take once you are engaged!
But how can the two of you decide on something so central? These 5 steps make it easy!

1. What type of wedding do you want?

When you close your eyes and imagine the big day – how does it look like?Do you want to go all William and Kate and have 1,900 people (this would exceed my facebook friend list) or do you want to keep it to family only? Of course those are both extremes, in the U.S. the average wedding has 141 people. The average cost per person is $245 (the knot real wedding study) &nd...

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