Bella Swan’s “Breaking Dawn” Wedding Dress for Less!

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Earlier this week, we dished on the bridal shoes featured in Breaking Dawn: Part 1. Now we must discuss Bella’s dress! From the moment Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final novel in The Twilight Saga, was published way back in 2008, fans have been speculating about what Bella’s wedding gown would look like in the film adaptation.

Would it be vintage?

Would it be over-the-top?

Would it be voluminous?

Would it be sparkly?

Many fans and designers imagined their own special creations for Miss Swan. Take a look at sketches of gowns for Bella from top bridal designers, courtesy of InStyle.com:

Gown ideas from Christian Siriano (L) and Monique Lhuillier (R)

Sketches from Erin Fetherston (L) and Lela Rose (R)

More ideas from Prabal Gurung (L) and Max Azria (R)

In the end, none of those visions made the big screen; legendary designer Carolina Herrera had the honor of creating Bella’s beautiful bridal gown. The dress was perfect for Bella, a beautiful girl who’s a tomboy at heart. It had an understated elegance that took audiences’ breath away.

And now you can wear Bella’s dress when you say “I do.”

Unlike her pricey bridal shoes, Bella’s couture designer dress is available for less. The rights to the design have been licensed to design house Alfred Angelo, which is now offering the Twilight wedding dress for the budget-friendly price of $799:

The design has a vintage vibe — fitting for a wedding to a groom who’s been alive for centuries — but in today’s sea of poufy princess dresses, this sleek long-sleeved gown is also decidedly modern.

And that back! It’s breathtaking:

Bella’s bridal gown, Style 8400 from Alfred Angelo, is just $799 and available in sizes 0 to 30W. Take a look at Alfred Angelo’s site for more details on where you can find this romantic gown.

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