Aaaaah OMG Anthropologie wedding dresses!!

I was so excited to hear last week about the launch of Anthropologie's bridal line, BHLDN, which officially launched on Valentine's Day.

I am getting married in less than 6 months (aaah!) and of course am following lovely wedding blogs, so I couldn't help noticing that Anthro is helping me out with the mood for the wedding dress I'm designing!  I want something sort of fanciful, but also simple enough and not too froofy or fluffly.  A little vintage flair, but not too much.  Thanks, BHLDN (pronounced "beholden"), for the beautiful things!  See a few of my faves...

...Gooooorgeous gowns, all unique and beautiful and amazing:
Great hairpieces to go with (I have such a conflict on hairpieces!  I have no idea what I want!  Veil?  Birdcage veil?  Rosette?  Headband?)
Even boleros...
 Which of course go over the lovely bridesmaid dresses they have!!
And suuuuch shoes...
And of course they have original jewelry:

Anyway.  I couldn't resist sharing some (a lot of) favorites.  What good timing that Anthro releases a line of bridal goodies before I get married!  I can't buy all of them, but I love looking and getting inspired.  Check out BHLDN and pick out your faves!!

24 comments

  1. These are oh so beautiful! What a wonderful source of inspiration for you.

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  2. Wow! These are great! Thanks for sharing, I have no idea. Can't wait to see which one you choose :)

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  3. My favorite part of this post?
    "...Anthro is helping me out with the mood for the wedding dress I'm designing!"

    Good for you! I'm not even engaged and I have a Vintage Vogue pattern picked out for mine. :) What girl doesn't?

    Can't wait to see what you make!

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  4. Lovely! I rarely see wedding dresses that I like (I designed mine and my mom made it for me), but some of these are just fab!

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  5. oh wow - it almost makes me want to get married all over again!

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  6. these are all gorgeous! I love Anthro everything and the wedding dresses look amazing even though they're not traditional white-white. The bridesmaid dresses even look like they could get reworn and not sit in the garment bag sadly for the rest of their life.

    since you are such a crafty person-there's a great site for creating your own wedding stuff because some of it can be extremely overpriced and you can create a better one anyway :)

    http://www.oneprettywedding.com/

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  7. WOW ... so much to choose from. Can't wait to see what you come up with. Good luck with your plans!

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  8. I knew they were coming out with a line but didn't realize it had been released, thanks! You said designing, so are you sewing your own dress? I had no idea how to sew garments when I got married...it would be so fun :)

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  9. Mmmmmm, aren't they gorgeous?

    They totally help with capturing the mood--much easier to show these to my mom than try to explain "ruffley, vintage-ey, kinda shabby-chic, not too formal, but definitely not casual..."

    And yes, I am planning to design my dress and my mom and I will make it! She has wanted to make my wedding dress since I was born, I'm pretty sure, but I'll do some of the embellishments and details. =)

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  10. Those dresses are enough to make me want to get married all over again. My 25 year anniversary is this May -- gorgeous! I LOVE LOVE LOVE Anthropologie!

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  11. Awesome! I see about three that would almost make it worth it to remarry hubby just to have it :P

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  12. they are so stunning! makes me want to get married again.

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  13. Fun, fun, fun! I got to make my dress out of silk:) Tea dyed the lace 3 x to get the right shade! My advice to you: 1. Give yourself a month more than you think you'll need-you want to enjoy the process!I stitched a veil 2 nights before. That wasn't fun.
    2. TRY ON dresses. I was very surprised at what did and did most definitely NOT work for me.

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  14. Saw these earlier this week and would love to get married all over again. Such wonderful choices for a new bride. Enjoy this pre-wedding time.

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  15. So beautiful! 26 years ago I made my own weddingdress, not so pretty like these. Moore meringue ;-)

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  16. Oooh, I like the one with the black bow on it.

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  17. Like the short one, second row, left side. It's super cute!

    Good luck with your wedding dress designing. I just bought my dress this week so I'm sharing your dress excitement!

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  18. you´re so cute....
    beautiful blog!!
    congratulations!=P
    xoxo
    FOLLOW U

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  19. Love your blog. My daughter wishes she was born in the 50's because she love the retro fashions.

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  20. Aaw, thanks, you guys are so sweet.

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  21. I wore a 50's retro style dress for my wedding last fall. It was supper cute.
    We also put on a surprise melodrama skit for our ceremony.
    Anything is possible.

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  22. So very excited to read more of your wedding posts - my wedding is in September and I'm so excited to craft it all. Please share your favorite wedding blogs/tutorials? I especially would love to see any hair pieces you create/are inspired by.

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  23. Omg! pretties! I love the one with the model wearing the headband, with some pretty open toed shoes! I cant wait to see what you do choose and make it your own!

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    A Line Wedding Dress

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