Sunday, February 28, 2010

~ WOW~ VINTAGE WEDDING GOWN~

Just found this image..and could NOT resist sharing it with you all..is this to die for or what ? Rose

12 comments:

Vicki said...

Well now, if I could wear that, I may think of marriage again...someday....maybe...
HA, thanks for sharing this, it's awesome (O:

Marilyn said...

That is so beautiful & all that lucious lace!! I would feel like a princess...... I just love the back & sleeves!! So-o-o lady-like!!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

jordiegirl said...

That is a beautiful gown, far too lovely to be called a dress in my opinion.

That train of gorgeous lace is to die for.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Vickie, Marilyn, jordiegirl...it is a beauty alright.

and jordiegirl..you are RIGHT...it is a GOWN..and so I changed the title on the post.
Yep..it's a WEDDDING GOWN indeed.

Thanks for enjoying it with me.

Rose

The Victorian Parlor said...

How beautiful:)!

Blessings,

Kim

Peridots Garden Blog said...

Dear Rose,

How absolutely gorgeous! Can you imagine wearing this dress on your special day and the look on your groom's face when he first sees you walking down the isle?

Perfection!

Thank you,

Sandy

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Sandy. YES...and the wedding guests watching you walk down the isle with that beautiful train flowing behind you.

SWOON !! I think I would get a kink in my neck gawking at her. I would most likely made a simple fool of myself actually, following her around afterwards taking pic's.
I SO WONDER.... WHERE THIS GROWN IS NOW.

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Kim, yep...what struck me was the train...I think this is by far the most beautiful train on a wedding gown I have ever seen.

Thanks for dropping by and commenting too.

Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Also..I wonder what it looked like "bustled up" in the back afterwards at the reception.
My imagination just runs off with itself at the thought.
I collect white Victorian dresses..I have one that I believe may have been a wedding dress..it is so sweet.
I will have to photograph it for you all. Not near as delightful as thie one tho.

Rose

Eastlake Victorian said...

Wow, that is gorgeous! I wonder when it was made? Looks like it was made for a princess!

-Pam

BellaRosa said...

Rose amor, what a beautiful wedding gown...can you imagine all the work in that detail :) just beautiful! Besos, Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Hey Rose...so happy to see you here again. Yes, OH HOW I would love to have it in my collection.
WAY out of my budget range tho... I am sure.
I had never seen a train like that before this.

Rose