5 A-Line Wedding Dress Designers

A-Line Wedding Dresses

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Why These 5 A-Line Wedding Dress Designers Might Be the Right Choice for Your Big Day

An A-line dress is a style that is narrower through the waist and then becomes gradually fuller towards the hemline. This type of wedding gown is a classic style that is flattering on most body types. It works particularly well for full figured women as it creates an illusion of a smaller waistline and adds visual length to the body. The a-line silhouette is also a good choice for petite girls who want to appear taller. There are many choices of designers when it comes to selecting the perfect a-line wedding dress for your figure and your budget.

Alfred Angelo has a wide range of wedding dresses from sizes 2 through 28W. So you are sure to find one that is perfect for your size. This a-line wedding dress designer has a huge variety of necklines and colors. You could select a strapless gown in pure white or a deep v-neck bodice in champagne. Alfred Angelo has sleek and simple styles or ornately beaded gowns for a dramatic flair. The prices for these gowns are set to suit brides who are on budget, but still want that special wow factor.

Many brides, who have their hearts set on buying a Monique Lhuillier gown, will be pleased to know this designer has plenty of selections that have an a-line shape. This a-line dress designer has an attention to detail like no other. The designs are perfect for the bride who wants a complete air of romance as she walks down the aisle. Alita Graham is a dress designer for the Kleinfeld Kollection. This is a group of dreamy wedding dresses that exude elegance and a classic sense of style. These gowns come in a variety of necklines and fabric options.

The Dere Kiang dress collection has a selection of dresses that are dramatically full through the hemline, complete with the classic train. This designer specializes in beautifully embellished gowns that keep all attention on the bride. Any listing of the top a-line dress designers would not be complete without including Vera Wang. She is the quintessential wedding dress designer. Her designs are classic and you are sure to find a style that will fit in with any type of wedding. No matter which designer you choose to outfit you for the big day, be sure to find a dress that fits you perfectly. All eyes will be on you, and you need to be comfortable in your beautiful dress

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11-year-old gives birth at her wedding

Wednesday, 18 November 2009 14:10 By The Independent Team

An 11-year-old schoolgirl in Bulgaria is said to have probably become the world’s youngest mother after she gave birth to a baby on her wedding day.  According to British tabloid the ‘News of the World’, Kordeza Zhelyazkova, who is barely old enough to start her senior school, went into labour during her marriage to her teenage boyfriend Jeliazko Zhelyazkova.  She was wearing her flowing white dress and tiara when she arrived at hospital and gave birth to Violeta. But after spending the night with her newborn, Kordeza changed back into her wedding dress and nipped out to finish ceremony.

“I’m not going to play with toys any more, I have a new toy now,” the 11-year-old bride, who fell pregnant within two weeks of her 11th birthday, was quoted as saying. And the Zhelyazkova family couldn’t be happier for their child bride, the youngest girl ever to give birth in a city where 13-year-old mums are routine, the report said.

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11 year old gives birth at her wedding
11 year old gives birth at her wedding

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