Vera Wang Spring 2011 Wedding Gowns

Peach color strapless wedding dress from Vera Wang's Spring 2011 collection

Vera Wang Spring 2011 collection makes us wanna dance in glee. Lovely, feminine details and oh-so-pretty colors all around. Above, an outstanding strapless floral embroidered ballgown with draped skirt in a gentle shade of peach. Below is a gown, stuffed with every pretty thing know to womankind – rosy pastel shade, airy organza fabric, tiers of ruffles, asymmetric draping around the bodice and a sash with a ribbon at the back to tie the whole look together. Um… and tassels hanging from the neck.

Peach rose nude blush color wedding gown from Vera Wang Spring 2011 bridal dress collection

Silk gazar peplum wedding dress. Oh my, look at all that gorgeous layers of fabric under all that gorgeous waves of fabric.

Vera Wang Weddings - flower petal inspired wedding dress from the Spring 2011 bridal gown collection

Beautiful mess – dusty purple strapless organza ballgown with charcoal gray sash, hand-cut petal embroidery with sequins on the bodice and organized chaos bunch of tulle for the skirt.

Vera Wang Spring 2011 bridal gown collection - wedding dresses in color

Sweet strapless mermaid gown with organza draped neckline and Chantilly lace appliqué.

Vera Wang 2011 Spring/Summer bridal gown collection - strapless white wedding dress

Gentle lavender draped bodice mermaid gown with asymmetrical neckline in faille.

2011 Vera Wang Wedding Dress - light blue-gray asymmetric gown with train

White organza strapless ballgown with corseted bodice and full draped skirt.

Spring 2011 white wedding dress from Vera Wang Bridal

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