Yesterday we went over how to choose the right type dress for your outside wedding, and today we will do the same with inside weddings. The same general rules apply. The time of day dictates how formal the ceremony is, but try to keep your dress’ mood the same as the venue. You wouldn’t want to wear a huge silk satin, fully beaded, chapel length train inside a modern art gallery full of glass sculptures. Also, with the main category of indoor wedding, church weddings, be sure to check with the chapel for any guidelines they have. Some places of worship require your dress to cover your shoulders, show no cleavage or other stipulations. Be sure to check with the person in charge before you go shopping for any rules they may have.  Most indoor weddings look for silk satins, organzas, taffetas, mikados and shantungs. These are the thicker more lux fabrics, but since you are inside the heat won’t be a problem. Here are some examples to get your juices flowing. Happy shopping.

For indoor chapel go more formal and traditional…like this…

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For a grand hotel wedding…go formal but with a more modern approach like this…

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For a hip art gallery location…go a little less formal but modern like this…

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For a formal night church wedding….go all out formal like this…

We hope these ideas help to spark your ideas. If you are having an indoor wedding and are completely stumped on what to wear, email us at Ginny@AnneBarge.com. We will blog some ideas for you to get you started.

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