An enduring example of a bit of nostalgia in vintage wedding dress is the old-world charm of the 7614 Wedding Gown from Romantic Gowns. Although a brand new piece, it has a timeless look that evokes the European Renaissance period. This floor-length ball gown of matte Duchess Satin features a romantic off-the-shoulder neckline and long trumpet sleeves, reminiscent of the dresses noble ladies of the royal court used to wear.
The first thing to consider with any kind of vintage wedding dress will be the fit. There may be a way to have it altered, but some won't be the same if they are. You wish to find something as close to your size as possible. You can take your vintage gown to someone to find out if it is possible to modify it without the need of changing the feel of the dress. Make sure they do know the history of the dress, as you know it, for them to use extra care when deciding how it can and can not be modified to fit you better.
ou may not realize it when you get married, but you may have a daughter that may possibly desire to wear your wedding dress in the future. They might also love vintage wedding dress and wish to don something with sentimental value. Take the time to have your dress washed and preserved in the event that someone will want to put on it again in the foreseeable future.