Like you, we've gone nuts for the tea length wedding dress craze. We think they're fun and flirty, and demure and ladylike all at the same time! The first tea length wedding dress we had at Strut was the Justin Alexander 8465. Here's a photo of our real plus size bride wearing Justin Alexander 8465:
For a more couture look, try the Justin Alexander 8547:
This is a great plus size tea length dress because it gives great coverage on the chest and the waist is really flattering. One bit of advice if you're interested in the 8547 bridal gown is that the bow on the one strap can be a bit, um, big. So, consider flattening it (tacking it down) or WORK IT. This is a dress that can wear you, so we recommend it for our big-personality brides! This gown is also available long (floor length).
Finally, Allure Bridals has a beautiful tea length gown with a sparkly beaded belt:
The organza bodice is beautifully ruched and provides a nice contrast to the busier tulle and organza rose skirt. One note of caution: this tea length wedding gown is a bit longer than most, hitting closer to the ankle on short brides. You can hem it or take a custom measurement (so it's comes from the manufacturer shorter). But we love this for plus size brides who want a full dress without a train–for brides who are about 5'3" or less, this is actually the perfect ballgown wedding dress without a train!
Give us a call if you'd like to try on any of our plus size tea length wedding gowns!