Shop Ball Gown Wedding Dresses (Princess)
It all started with Dior (didn’t most beautiful things?). If fairytale is in your wedding planning vocabulary then the ball gown cut (or often known as princess wedding dress) is for you.
Dramatic gowns with full skirts and trains have long been a classic long for brides. Ball gowns can be strapless, have an illusion neckline, have (thin) spaghetti straps, or halter style.
PS – our gowns are available in size 4-20.
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Princess Wedding Dresses FAQs (Answered)
What is a ball gown wedding dress?
Characterised by a fitted bodice (sometimes a corset), the ball gown silhouette has a wide and billowing full skirt yet retains a natural waist. The full skirt is often achieved using layers of tulle.
Busty brides tend to try on ball gown dresses as it can create balanced proportion with its full skirt.
What famous brides have worn a ball gown wedding dress?
Jackie O, Princess Diana, Grace Kelly, and the Duchess of Cambridge have all worn ball gown wedding dresses.
Which wedding dress will suit my body shape?
In all honesty, there is no way of knowing until you try a dress on and look in the mirror. There are all sorts of online advice on what wedding dress style suits what type of body shape. Ignore these! The best wedding dress is the one that makes you feel confident and comfortable.
What is the difference between ball gown wedding dress and a line wedding dress?
Both have side seams that run vertically from the shoulder to the hem. The main difference is that the bodice is fitted at the waist in ball gown dresses with a full skirt where as an a-line does not have a full skirt.
What sizes are your sample gowns?
Bridal sizing is very different to normal clothing sizes. That is, wedding dresses tend to run smaller than your regular size.
We use the US standard sizing system and most wedding gowns can be ordered in size 0 through 16. Our in-store sample ranges from size 8 – 12.
We do not usually have plus size sample gowns in-store.
Where is your bridal store located?
We are centrally located within Parramatta, Chatswood, North Sydney, Sydney CBD, and Burwood. Emerald Bridal is located in Ryde, near Top Ryde Shopping Centre.
You’ll find us at 29 Devlin St, Ryde NSW 2112.