With a long line of guests to greet, the wedding party prepares for the long haul. Holding the guests hostage? The intricate beading and embroidery of the bride’s gown. These are made to texturize and glamorize any dress. Embroidered wedding dresses will make the bride sing. Structured or flowing, vintage or modern, this type of style will add romance. For this look, choose a dress that fits your body type and wedding theme. Which look would you love? Vintage Bloom: Be the blooming vintage bride with a titanic-inspired bridal gown. Enjoy embroidery along the soft layered hem of this Downton Abbey-inspired style. With an added 3D effect to the dress. Make sure you have the drop waist and sleeves to match the era. While some sleeveless dresses emerged at this time, a more traditional look may be the best choice. This decadent textured dress style has everything a bride would need. Embroidered wedding dresses in this style will be long without a train and have a possible overlay that can be attached for particular modernity. mermaid dress with embroidery. Enjoy this lovely blend of ruched rubbon and a sheathed mermaid structure. Complete a dramatic bridal look with this style. A soft and luminescent ivory keeps this dress from being too traditional. For this style, make sure the embroidery is along the waist and bust. Allow the length of the skirt to cascade below with additional curls. Embroidered wedding dresses are perfect for a winter wedding. They allow an added layer of threading to keep any bride warm. For this look, don’t go shy on the embroidery. Made to create effect, take this long-sleeved wedding gown such as this Sue Wong. Ideal for weddings with a sheathed, no-nonsense style. Packed with intricate all-over embroidery.