there sand to contend with, but your wedding will also likely be at least somewhat open to the elements and at the mercy of the weather. This is no reason to avoid having a beach wedding, it just means you need to adjust your plan, including your outfit. So, instead of opting for a traditional gown, which can be troublesome at the beach, choose a short one instead. Between mid-shin and mid-thigh is an ideal length to allow you to easily navigate the location. Keep fabrics light and styles unstructured to also remain comfortable and sweat-free on what will undoubtedly be a warm day.
Whether your wedding carries a vintage theme or is simply traditional, a vintage gown can be a lovely choice. Timeless and beautiful, a vintage style wedding dress provides a bride with polish and charm on her big day. While floor-length gowns can still look classic, of course, nothing says true vintage like a shorter length. For a great 1920’s style, choose a knee-length dress featuring feathers or fringing. The touch of flapper girl fabulousness will look gorgeous and exciting for the occasion. Alternatively, a tea-length gown that finishes just above the ankles makes a great vintage option for ladies that are after a slightly longer length. While flapper dresses are generally loose fitting with a column shape, tea-length dresses and other vintage styles often feature a fit and flare silhouette. Completed with a touch of classical lace, these vintage styles look positively perfect for a wedding.