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Tulle Wedding Dresses

 

A classic wedding dress style for the modern, elegant, sophisticated bride or the free-spirited, fairytale wedding. Create a voluminous, royal illusion in a tulle wedding dress featuring a ruffled skirt and chapel train, or feel elegant in a semi-sheer beaded lace appliqué covered bodice with an open keyhole back. No matter what, you'll feel beautiful, sexy and whimsically romantic in one of these tulle wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri. 

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Tulle Wedding Dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri

Tulle isn’t just for the ballerinas. Complemented by intricate lace embroidery, sultry fit and flare silhouettes and unforgettable detachable trains, these tulle wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri refresh the basic bridal fabric into styles that are both classically feminine and fashion-forward. Our tulle wedding dresses will fulfill your princess moment or elevate your sophistication as you walk down the aisle. Whatever kind of statement you’re looking to make on your wedding day, one of these tulle wedding dresses is sure to complete the bridal style that you’ve been yearning for. 

 

What is a tulle wedding dress?

You know those big, poofy tutus that ballerinas wear? Yeah, that’s tulle. But rest assured, tulle can be used in many different ways besides as an over-the-top skirt. It’s an extremely lightweight, netted fabric that can layer in such a way that looks both delicate and flowy. There’s no shine to it like with chiffon or satin fabrics. Tulle wedding dresses are matte in appearance but will still make you glow as you make your way down the aisle. Also, tulle wedding dresses often feature lace embroidery overlaid atop the fabric because the sheer netting of tulle makes the intricate details of the lace stand out. If femininity and romance is what you’re after, then tulle wedding dresses are your perfect match. 

 

What is the difference between tulle and chiffon?

Tulle and chiffon are often featured side by side in bohemian bridal styles because both fabrics are lightweight and flowy. The main difference between the two fabrics is that tulle looks more matte and stiff whereas chiffon drapes over itself and appears to be more flowy than tulle. Also, tulle is used throughout wedding dresses while chiffon is mostly featured on the skirts of wedding dresses because of how graceful it falls along the lower half of the body. Boho chic brides tend to feel a pull towards chiffon wedding dresses while brides-to-be focused on their princess moment gravitate to tulle wedding dresses.

 

Live out your storybook moment in one of these tulle wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri.