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Classy and Beautiful Medieval Wedding Gowns

Classy and Beautiful Medieval Wedding Gowns

Are you a medieval princess bride in search of the perfect wedding gown? If so, browse our medieval wedding gowns online at! Our dress makers will be honored to adorn you with a beautiful gown for your wedding day. Here are some styles weíve put together to help brides choose the medieval wedding gown of their dreams...

  • Our Isolde medieval wedding dress is embroidered in a Celtic style pattern and has an ornate silver rope that elegantly wraps around your waist. The embroidered pattern has stunning Czech glass and beads woven throughout it, while the laced sides and back make this medieval wedding gown fit every bride perfectly. We suggest letting your hair flow loosely down your back, perhaps weaving flowers into your hair to make a crown. The overall effect will be commanding of attention, yet soft and romantic, as a wedding should be!

  • Enjoy the minstrels and jugglers during your wedding celebration while youíre dressed in one of our most glorious medieval wedding gowns. Layers of polyester satin are beautifully decorated with flowers made by hand, white artificial pearls, and floral lace. An enchanting 60Ē matching veil included with this medieval wedding gown helps you feel like the queen instead of the princess on your special day! To complete this gown, we suggest leaving your hair down, allowing it to peek through the veil for the ultimate in femininity.

  • In the medieval day and age, as it is now, velvet was worn by people of high class. Attend your wedding celebration feast dressed in the most regal of medieval wedding gowns by choosing this breathtaking German gown with rich, yet affordable, velveteen. Made of velveteen and satin, with a reversible black inset that provides lift for your bust while flattening your stomach, this dress is the definition of medieval high society. The front of the gown and the forearms lace up for a flattering fit for any bride. To add even more interest to your gown, consider adding complementary medieval jewelry, and possibly a tiara.

  • In medieval times blue was considered a sign of purity, and was often worn by brides in weddings. Our Queen of Elves medieval wedding dress, in a brilliant deep blue color, is made from the popular, soft silk polyester fabric, taffeta. This dress offers two unique blue roses on the shoulders, and a shimmering veil the full length of the back.

These are but four of our many suggestions for your medieval wedding gown and accessories! Come visit our full selection at Pearsonís Renaissance Shoppe, and let us help you find the perfect gown for your medieval wedding.

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