Exude the majestic aura of a Greek goddess in a Grecian wedding gown. You are Aphrodite in your own right, especially on your wedding day. Yes, darling, you are so full of love and beauty that you deserve your own statue, even just in your husband’s head. So get the Santorini mode on and sashay down the aisle in a bridal dress similar to one of these glamorous Grecian wedding gowns.
The most familiar picture when the word goddess is mentioned – a gorgeous woman in a white, asymmetrical draping dress. Don the look with a gown like this. Let your hair down and use chandelier earrings to counter the simplicity of the gown. You’ll look grandiose in a pristine white bridal gown styled this way.
Backless, Arraying Gown
For garden weddings, an arraying, long-and-puff-sleeved gown with a revealing back portion would be the most agreeable mode. Think of a hipster slash Midsummer Night’s Dream. Floral headdresses and fishtail braids are all over the girls and women entourage. You don’t need to talk in a fairy voice though. Let the gown do the talking.
For a touch of sophistication, go for a lace-covered, mermaid-shaped bridal gown on a draping length. Add a lacey layer as a pinned shawl and you’re definitely nailing the Grecian wedding look. Have your hair tied up in a bun with studded hair pins to emphasize the beauty of the lace on your smooth back.
Flowy Goddess Gowns
If you want to go feminine all the way, you better go for a flowy goddess gown, usually made of chiffon. This is simply perfect for beach weddings. You could even go barefoot after the official ceremonies and enjoy the sand on your feet. Your silhouette on the gown amidst the sunset would give you a very elegant, flawless look.
You can still go for puffy gown skirt with your Grecian gown. Use a lacey cloth for your top and the look would still be Grecian. The huge ribbon on the waist is a darling complement too. You don’t have to exert effort to look dainty in this type of gown. Just keep your makeup and jewelry simple to keep the chic glow on.