Twilight: What will Bella wear?!

Sinead Kasch, David’s Bridal Special Occasion Expert

It’s the wedding of the century, or for that matter, centuries to come. Ms. Bella Swan marries Mr. Edward Cullen. And with Alice Cullen as the wedding planner, you know Bella and Alice will walk down the aisle in style. But who’s to say that style has to cost a fortune? Here are my picks for what Bella and Alice would wear on the big wedding day.

Bella by nature has a very simple and classic sense of style; she would never wear anything too fussy or girly. However, because this is going to be one of the happiest days of her life, she will want to look her very best. Galina style WG3086 is the perfect blend of classic, clean lines and chic embellishment – its simple satin fit and flare silhouette is fashionably updated by three dimensional floral appliqués at the hem. With this dress, Bella has the option to wear just white, or add a splash of color at the waist with a beautiful colored sash. Plus, this bridal gown comes with a fabulous price tag!

Now that Bella’s dressed, let’s talk bridesmaids. With Alice Cullen as her only bridesmaid, she’ll want to make an impact. I love the idea of a short bridesmaid dress with stylish details that can be worn for the big day and future events. This style is just that dress. This on-trend, short slim satin dress has a pleated bodice and beaded floral embellishment at the waist that’s perfect for a stylish wedding or cocktail party. Now, if short is too casual for this one-of-a-kind wedding, Alice could go with a long one-shoulder chiffon dress adorned with a soft flower at the neckline.

A little music, a lot of flowers, and as few werewolves as possible, and Bella and Edward are all set to embark on the adventure of a lifetime…marriage!

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