The perfect gown matches your personal style, it compliments your body shape and it makes you shine! But did you know what else you should consider when choosing the gown? The venue. We’ve paired some beautiful gowns from our current Sample Sale with some of the best venues in Orlando to demonstrate how the venue really can set the stage for the dress to shine bright!
This bohemian inspired gown is perfect for an outdoor affair at Paradise Cove. The gorgeous intricate details of the gown would seamlessly pair with a venue so complimentary of nature. Beautiful trees and lush landscapes overlooking the water, yet still simplistic in design, the Pronovias Magnolia gown could really stand out in all the right ways at this venue!
This newly renovated venue includes the Lakeshore Center and also the Historic Withers-McGuire house, is adaptable to your style. However, we think such a classic venue would pair well with a timeless gown like the Rosa Clara Darlen. This mermaid silhouette can compliment many different body shapes and fabrics of satin, silk and organza, make this gown both soft and stunning.
If the aesthetic you are going for on your wedding day is royal, whimsical, and elegant- we recommend a dress like the Alessandro Angelotti Modello Iceberg gown. A simple empire waist with flowing train perfectly compliment the gorgeous lace embellishments through the bodice and sleeves. The Highland Manor has the same sort of dreamy feel, with large oak trees and a brilliant ballroom in a historic manor, this dress and venue pairing are sure to be a heavenly match.
Photos from website: https://www.dubsdreadcatering.com/highland-weddings
We have many stunning gowns in our Sample Rack sale that are available, including the gowns we’ve highlighted in this post! All venues were listed on www.theknot.com ‘s as affordable (using search filter) and located within 25 miles of Orlando. We offer stylist appointments and are dedicated to helping you find the wedding gown of your dreams, please contact us to let us know how we can help!