New Arrivals – 2 Dreamy Plus Size Ballgowns

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We’re always so excited to get new plus size wedding dress arrivals in our bridal boutiques. This time we got in 2 dreamy plus size ballgowns that our 2018 brides will simply SWOON over!

This first stunning bridal gown is a vneck style with beaded and multi-color sequin bodice. The bodice is sheer, but more modest brides can line it easily in alterations. Sheer bodices are a huge trend for 2018, so expect to see a lot of this style in the months to come! We love the slightly dropped waist, which gives an hourglass appearance, and the full tulle skirt.

Here are two close up shots of the exquisitely hand beaded illusion corset. Our curvy brides love the open chest with vneck straps for support.

But we love an amazing wedding dress with a surprise element, and this plus size wedding dress doesn’t disappoint! This hand beaded multi-strand back piece is detachable, so you can add it for the wow factor during the ceremony (your guests see your back, right?!) and take it off for the reception. It’s also INCLUDED in the price of this bridal gown, which is under $2000! So many amazing details, and such an on-trend style for a great price.

Another new plus size wedding dress arrival in both our Los Angeles area bridal store and our Phoenix area bridal boutique is this light pink floral and lace applique gown below. We saw tons of 3D floral appliques on the runway, so this bridal gown represents another hot trend for 2018 brides  with the textured flowers. We also love the thin sparkle straps and sweetheart neckline.

Check out the back, which shows the beaded lace appliques trailing down into the skirt!

As with most of the bridal gowns we carry in our stores, these gowns are also available in all white and all ivory to size 32. If you’d like to make an appointment to try on one of these dreamy plus size ballgowns, use our handy online appointment booking form.  We look forward to help you find an amazing wedding gown for your big day. Remember, wedding gowns can take four to six months to order, so summer 2018 brides should be ordering now!

2 Responses

  1. Stacie

    Hello, I have an appointment in Long Beach in 2 weeks. Will it be possible to try on the first dress pictured?

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