Destination Wedding Dresses: Short & Sassy Options!Words by Courtney Kellar Words by Courtney Cox
Photos courtesy of Kirribilla
Holding a destination wedding allows brides a lot more freedom for their wedding day look. For a casual ceremony on a sandy beach, a short dress is definitely appropriate. Even if you’re wearing a traditional gown for the ceremony, all brides have the option of switching of their look for the reception. Dress designer Kirribilla just launched its new collection, I Do!, made up of little white dresses which offer a stylish alternative for receptions, destination weddings and other bridal events.
The line was started by a group of childhood girlfriends who wanted classy, head-turning dresses. Making the line even more perfect for destination brides, the ladies get their inspiration from the many gorgeous places they’ve traveled. The feminine details and classical cuts are inspired by places such as southern France and Hawaii.
The line has something for every woman, with several silhouettes and feminine details like bows and ruffles. If a traditional gown is what you want for W-day, Kirribilla could be a beautiful option for your engagement party, rehearsal dinner, reception or even honeymoon. The line’s new bridal collection builds upon an already established reputation for stylish and feminine cocktail dresses for any special occasion.
This San Francisco , California line is also produced entirely locally, making it a sustainable and green option. The line is available online and in stores nationwide now. The price for the I Do collection begins at $385 and for more information, including a store locator, visit Kirribilla.com.
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