wedding gown

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: gown - a gown worn by the bride at a weddingwedding gown - a gown worn by the bride at a wedding
gown - a woman's dress, usually with a close-fitting bodice and a long flared skirt, often worn on formal occasions
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So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the tender hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart.
Madonna, the 42-year-old pop star who has shown us her undies for years, has successfully kept her wedding gown under wraps.
Like the lace-heavy wedding gown, the bejeweled dress is another very feminine option, perfect for the woman who wants to be eye-catching through her entire ceremony and reception.
Interactive tools include a planning checklist, guest list manager, budgeter, and wedding web page builder; wedding gown galleries; real wedding stories; and a community for engaged couples -- and are just a few of the highlights.
Wedding bells ring out this holiday season, with Jovani supplying the perfect wedding gown for every bride-to-be
Already thrust into the public's eye, Shaw has declined giving any interviews until after the wedding gown makes its debut at St.
Julia Stile's cover dress - a $3,200 wedding gown from Ulla-Maija Couture, is one of the 2,500 prizes available for readers to win throughout the 840 page issue.
No matter if it's a garden party wedding or a traditional church ceremony, brides want a wedding gown as magical as Cinderella's - something that makes them look taller, thinner and fashionably elegant.
A model wearing a wedding gown created by fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto needs four assistants using poles to hold up her hatlike canopy as she closes Yamamoto's fall show in Milan, Italy.
Every woman knows that her wedding gown is the ultimate fashion statement.
Contemporary wedding gown designers tend to focus on strapless gowns.