When choose wedding dresses for petite brides, you need to know which styles suit them. Some tips are also important to know. Generally, petite brides should avoid overwhelming their small frame. Choose airy sheaths and structured trumpet styles over big, frothy ball gowns.
Horizontal details will shorten your frame while a vertical panel, like this delicate lace one, will elongate.
A form-fitting shell underneath a gossamer tulle skirt is the perfect way to wear a more voluminous silhouette.
For petite brides, simple reigns supreme, and this chic silk crepe number is minimalism at its best.
The substantial straps on this plunging V-neckline gown draw the eye upward elongating your frame.
An empire waistline is a great style for petite figures. It creates the illusion of long legs.
A dropped-waist or mermaid silhouette isn't off limits. Just opt for slim, more structured skirts over wide, poofy ones.
When done right high-low hemlines of lace wedding dress can be an asset, and may even make your legs look longer.
Skip 3D accents — like luxe blooms — in favor of intricate embroidery, light beading and one-dimensional appliques for design details that won't overwhelm.
This trumpet gown with draped lace ruffle and tulle skirt feels ball-gown-grand, while still maintaining the lengthening lines of a sheath.
A sheath's continuous line creates the illusion of height. Plus, it's super easy to hem!