While I have decided not to have full Lolita wedding (mostly to please a few of my really traditional family members) I have however, decided I want to subtly incorporate some Lolita themes into the wedding. I would like to have very soft lighting for the reception, lots of very delicate flowers like peony
and garden roses
; and one of my guests asked if they could wear Lolita and of course I had to say yes!
But let me show you what I have in mind for my dress, hair, flowers and shoes for the wedding day:( Wedding gear!Collapse )
So even if you don't want to have a full Lolita wedding (or for some reason you can't have a Lolita wedding), you can always incorporate small details into your wedding to make it subtly Lolita, that way no one will ever know the difference.
Hello everyone and welcome to lolita_weddings. Since the inital first post (Good grief last November!), I have gotten engaged. My wedding isn't for another 2 years (October 23, 2011), but that hasn't stopped me from buying my dress or planning (Remember its never too early to start planning).