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What is old is new again: A Medievil Theme Wedding

Updated on February 26, 2012

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Old is New

Fashion trends for years have flashed back to the past for a taste of flair. We have seen the 60's hippie look resurface again and again through the years.

Bell button bottom jeans have made many returns. I personally love shopping thrift stores for vintage clothes.

This summer one of the hottest trends will be the Medieval themed wedding. The gowns available are masterly detailed and stunning. One of the most surprising facts about these gorgeous gowns is that most are available for under $300.00. I found several listed on Ebay for under $200.00

Every woman wants to feel and look like a fairy tale princess on her wedding day and these stunning gowns are assured to do that.

So if you are planning a Spring/Summer wedding you may want to consider the Medieval theme. If the thought of it doesn't spark your interest these dresses certainly will!


Medieval gowns

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      Healing Herbalist 5 years ago from The Hamlet of Effingham

      Beautiful dresses. My wedding was a Medieval theme 12 years ago. I created my own design.

      Thanks for sharing.

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      Malerie Villarreal 2 years ago

      Who sells these? they are very beautiful and I was actually thinking of a midevil wedding so I'm glad I got to see these pictures.

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      Dianna Rothchild 2 years ago

      the dresses are gorgeous. I hate to see the way the "style" of whats short is sexy go on..I wish everyone could stick to what is now considered classic & vintage

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      Sadona Az 13 months ago

      I very much wnt to purchase a gown for my wedding. His can I do this

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      Debra M 7 months ago

      Someone really needs a dictionary . . . it is spelled - medieval. Please check your spelling before posting.

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