Wedding dresses are an important part of every bride’s special day. They are also an expensive investment. For this reason, you want to find the perfect wedding dress that fits your budget, style and personality.
But finding your dream wedding dress can be tricky. It is challenging to find a dress that you love and that fits perfectly.
There are many different types of dresses to choose from. Some are short, others long. Some have sleeves, others are sleeveless. Some are strapless, others feature a sweetheart neckline. Some are floor length, others are knee-length. The options are endless, which makes choosing the perfect dress a challenge.
Wanda Borges Wedding Dresses
While on the hunt for the perfect backless wedding dress, I’ve come across a few favorite designers that seem to be designing wedding gowns that are right up my alley.
The first designer I fell in love with was Wanda Borges and this beautiful backless gown. It’s what made me finally decide on a “style” of wedding dress that I want for our destination beach wedding.
So today, I would like to share with you a few more gowns I like that this very talented Italian designer has come up with. I’m hoping some will be available to try on locally. For those of you that have already tried shopping for a Wanda Borges wedding dress, did you find that they were hard to come by?
This gown is perfect for those looking for a unique look for their wedding day. The sheer fabric gives a romantic feel while the backless design makes this gown stand out from the crowd.
A gorgeous gown for brides who love the classic style, yet want something special on their big day. Stunning lace detailing combined with the backless design of the gown.
More beautiful wedding gowns by Wanda Borges, plus if you like these, you’ll definitely be a fan of Rosa Clara too!
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I know I’m a little late here, but in case anyone else happens to stumble upon it – Wanda Borges only sells dresses by appointment in Brazil. She then draws a custom gown for you, and you must attend at least two fittings for the dress. On top of that, the gowns average at about $10,000. It’s not the most feasible designer for someone from the states.