Here are Wedding Dress Styles for Plus Size Body Shapes

Choosing bridesmaid outfits for different body styles can be a nightmare. In order to find the perfect fit, you have to take care of a few things. If you are worried about making the wrong choice when it comes to your wedding, not to worry! Darius Cordell Designs are the best wedding dress designs for all size body. Here we have come with a few wedding dress styles for plus size body shapes. Let’s find out:


A-line wedding dresses – Any A-line dress particularly if it has an empire waist can be flattering. If you want more coverage, then A-line wedding dresses can be the perfect choice for you. This is because the waist starts right below the bust line and instantly goes out into an A-line; it’s a perfect outfit for brides who want to be discreet.

Corset wedding gowns – A gown with built-in corset shapes your body and gives you the look of a smaller waist as well as a bigger bust. Darius Cordell team makes a lot of dresses with built-in corsets. And these dresses are preferred among the plus size brides. You can also get the customizable dresses that carve out a gorgeous figure for plus-sized brides.

Corset wedding gowns

Ball gowns – Ball gowns are the best choice for pear-shaped brides. Actually, these type of gowns show off your upper half and the lavish fabric on the bottom leaves everything else to the thoughts. In fact, a ball gown always makes anybody feel like a princess regardless of body type. So have you decided to go after full gown? If so, you should look for Darius Cordell Bridal wedding gowns.

High Neck Gowns – Of course everyone wants to look amazing on your wedding day. All you need to be mindful of a secretly high maintenance dress. Actually, a simple silhouette that is tailored perfectly needs to be lifted up all through the night if it’s not perfect for your body. And nobody wants that. For women who are looking for a flattering dress, a high neck gown will be a great choice.

High Neck Gowns

Dropped waist corset gown – For plus size brides who wants to accentuate their shape, a wedding gown with a dropped waist is the best choice. This is because it helps to create curves. Along with this, drop waist wedding gowns also have fullness at the bottom of the gown.

Wrapping Up

Be the bride everyone will remember for the perfect wedding dress regardless of your body size. Darius Cordell Dresses will definitely fit your body shape and size. Darius team of designers can create all types of custom dresses and formal gowns for all sizes. Contact today and get the perfect wedding dress according to your body type.

Candid Royal Wedding Moments That Were Actually Caught On Camera

Candid Royal Wedding Moments That Were Actually Caught On Camera By Olivia O’Hara Reuters Nobody’s perfect, even though all those “loving my wonderful life!” posts online would have us believing otherwise. Sometimes, we just have down days, and we have to take a few moments to pause, allowing ourselves to be human. It never hurts to remember that even actual royal families are prone to human moments, too — especially on joyous days, like weddings. And since we could all use a little pick-me-up, here are a few of the best unscripted moments captured on royal wedding days. Even the best planned occasions can go off the rails!

Candid Royal Wedding Moments That Were Actually Caught On Camera

‘Pitch Perfect’ star Brittany Snow opens up about how her recent wedding ‘went wrong’

One of the last things “Pitch Perfect” actress Brittany Snow did before COVID-19 was marry her longtime boyfriend, Tyler Stanaland. While Snow didn’t announce her wedding until weeks later, it’s only now that she’s opening up about her big day and how chaotic it was. MORE: See all the photos from the ‘Pitch Perfect’ ladies reunion “In early March, before we knew how much we’d miss hugs and live in our sweatpants, I got to marry my favorite person,” she wrote Wednesday, while sharing a series of photos detailing her wedding dress, the romantic ceremony and how she and her husband adapted to say their vows in the rain. “We knew we felt incredibly lucky to have found each other but we had no idea how lucky it would be to get married right before a monumental time in our history,” she continued, revealing how the pandemic put everything in perspective. “Everything that could have gone wrong, went wrong that day… but it was absolutely and impossibly perfect.” As for how she coped back then with the series of unfortunate events, Snow credits the intervention of alcohol. “THANK YOU TEQUILA for getting us through our first date (we were so nervous. It wasn’t cute) and being a huge part of our wedding,” she joked in a separate post that highlighted additional aspects of her wedding, like the reception and the gorgeous lace dress she changed into. Overall, the 34-year-old said the ceremony taught her something extremely important about her husband. “I knew on that day, more than ever before, there was no one else I’d rather hold my hand while in the middle of a (life) hurricane,” she sweetly mentioned. MORE: ‘Pitch Perfect’ actress Anna Camp talks life after split from former co-star Skylar Astin Snow concluded, “I know the world is a crazy place right now but I hope we can continue to celebrate love whenever and wherever we can.” ‘Pitch Perfect’ star Brittany Snow opens up about how her recent wedding ‘went wrong’ originally appeared on

‘Pitch Perfect’ star Brittany Snow opens up about how her recent wedding ‘went wrong’

The First Royal Wedding Since the Coronavirus Pandemic Just Casually Happened

Princess Raiyah of Jordan Ties the Knot in First Royal Wedding amid COVID-19 Phil Boucher July 7, 2020, 3:09 PM Princess Raiyah of Jordan wed British journalist Ned Donovan in England on Tuesday – and American-born mom Queen Noor was there to celebrate. “Thank you all for your kind messages on our wedding!,” Princess Raiyah posted on Twitter shortly afterward. “While it was originally planned for April in Jordan, the pandemic derailed those plans and it was safer for my husband’s family to hold it in the UK,” she added alongside an image of the wedding party enjoying the couple’s socially-distanced big day. “God willing we look forward to celebrating in Jordan once the situation allows.” Video: Princess Beatrice canceled her wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi Princess Beatrice has canceled her May wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi People Scroll back up to restore default view. The coronavirus pandemic also resulted in the cancelation of another royal wedding — Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter Princess Beatrice postponed her May nuptials due to the lockdown. Princess Raiyah became engaged to Donovan – grandson of acclaimed children’s author Roald Dahl — on October 26, 2019. A statement released at the time read, “The Royal Hashemite Court extends its sincere congratulations to Her Royal Highness Princess Raiyah and to Mr. Donovan on this occasion.” RELATED: Why Princess Beatrice Is Getting a Title After Her Royal Wedding — but Her Sister Eugenie Didn’t The royal, who is the fourth child of Queen Noor and the late King Hussein of Jordan, holds a master’s degree in Japanese studies from Edinburgh University in Scotland, a master’s degree in Japanese literature from Columbia University in New York, and is currently studying for a Ph.D. in pre-modern Japanese literature at UCLA. Donovan’s website shows that he has worked as a freelance foreign correspondent for the Daily Mail and The Times, as well as maintaining the @UK_Laws Twitter account to monitor new government legislation in the UK. “I recently completed an intensive Modern Standard Arabic course which taught me two things,” he adds on his site. “That my Arabic is not very good, and that I will keep trying to improve it.” Raiyah’s mother, Queen Noor, was originally born Lisa Halaby in Washington, D.C. in August 1951. Her life — and name — changed forever when she took a job working as a designer for the Jordanian national airline and was swept off her feet by King Hussein at a reception in the Jordanian capital, Amman. She married the King on June 15, 1978, at the Zahran Palace in Amman. Can’t get enough of PEOPLE’s Royals coverage? Sign up for our free Royals newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more! “I never felt American when I married,” she told PEOPLE after her return to the U.S. in 1980. “America was a place where I grew up, studied and developed a foundation for living. It’s not that I’m rejecting America, but I’ve always felt at home in Jordan. I felt from the start I belonged here. This is my country.” “Nobody calls me ‘Lisa’ anymore,” she added. “I think of myself as ‘Noor.’”

The First Royal Wedding Since the Coronavirus Pandemic Just Casually Happened

Rare Photos From Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ Wedding

Rare Photos From Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ Wedding June 25, 2020, 2:47 PM CDT You’ve probably never seen these before. From ELLE 1 / 52 Rare Photos From Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ Wedding People were thrilled when Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles in 1981. The dress! The ring! They couldn’t get enough of the romance—and you’ve likely seen approximately a million pictures from that day as a result. Still, there are some lesser-seen photos that deserve their moment. Prepare yourself for them, ahead.

Rare Photos From Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ Wedding

Wedding Photos of the U.S. Presidents and First Ladies – Daily Choices

One may assume that the U.S Presidents’ and First Ladies’ weddings would be extravagant and over-the-top. However, prior to living in the White House, a majority of these couples were just simple and overwhelmingly in love. ADVERTISEMENT Begin Slideshow Getty Images ADVERTISEMENT It may surprise you just how simple some of their weddings were, including a woman who picked out her wedding dress a day before and two future first ladies who opted out of wearing white. BEGIN SLIDESHOW ADVERTISEMENT The Queen Shared A Sad Confession About Meghan And Harry’s Son, Archie Magellan Times Here Is What Meghan Markle Did To Upset Prince Charles Zen Herald Bring your desktop to life with Bing Wallpaper Microsoft by TaboolaSponsored Links  The Wisdom Segment I Almost everything today is global, which means that in a single day, we may interact with people from all over the world. Thus, it is important that we know how to treat, transact, and handle different cultures properly to avoid misunderstandings and maintain harmony. Behaving appropriately around other nationalities is also a way of showing respect to one another. II Showing respect for other cultures is a universal deed that every race understands. However, some acts and expressions of one culture can be misunderstood or seen as offensive by another culture. To avoid this, its vital to learn what is polite and impolite. This way, you can build and establish a good relationship with other nationalities. III Respect what is important to other cultures including their beliefs, religion, traditions, and rituals. Even if you do not understand or agree with something. Do not make a comment or state your opinion on sensitive matters. Some cultures are very sensitive about their way of dressing or the food they eat, so you have to respect their customs, and if youre visiting their home or country, abide by their traditions as much as possible. IV Know the appropriate greetings. Greetings vary greatly among cultures. Some do the handshake, others hug and kiss, and some bow to each other. Some cultures are not emotionally open, so kissing or hugging them can be offensive. Learn how to address people properly according to their culture, whether they call each other by their first name or by religious or political position or by their academic achievement. V Avoid using hand signs or gestures because some of them may be offensive to certain cultures. For example, the okay sign for Americans with the pointer finger touching the thumb and the other three fingers up is an obscenity for Brazilians. A cheerful thumbs up for you can be a sign of profanity for another culture. Never use your finger to point at something you are discussing with a Japanese person. Use a whole open hand. VI Its best to avoid asking personal questions about family background, religion, politics, and other sensitive topics because you might unintentionally insult or embarrass the person. Create a general but polite conversation where everyone feels comfortable. Awareness is key, so if you have the opportunity to prepare, make sure you research about the culture of the person or people you will be dealing with. In Case You Missed It DAVID RALPH RETUYA | JUNE 20, 2020 How Does It Feel To Be A Mixed-Race Model in Japan? Rina Fukushi is an 18-year-old model born from a Filipina mother and a Japanese-American father. She lives in Tokyo but claims that she had trouble growing up as a mixed-race child.. MITCH PERFECTO | JUNE 18, 2020 Whoever Said These Buildings Are Ugly Is Clearly Mistaken Appreciating the beauty of magnificent architecture of tall towering buildings is not at all difficult to do. While most people find modern buildings with the latest design trends.. DAVID RALPH RETUYA | JUNE 16, 2020 Republicans: “White Americans Experience Discrimination Too” According to a Hill-HarrisX poll, three-quarters of Republicans think white Americans face discrimination in the U.S. Though majority of the respondents from both parties assume..

Wedding Photos of the U.S. Presidents and First Ladies – Daily Choices

The Funniest Wedding Day Photo Fails Ever

This was not supposed to happen! Even so, after months and months of diligent preparation for the big event, something inevitably goes wrong. All it takes is a split second and the click of the aperture, and ‘voila!’, a mortifying moment from His and Her wedding day is eternally preserved.ADVERTISEMENTBegin SlideshowADVERTISEMENTIt’s terrible, of course, but most of these folks laughed about it later. We hope they don’t mind us laughing about it now!BEGIN SLIDESHOWADVERTISEMENTby TaboolaSponsored LinksYou May LikeU.S Doctor: How to Help Blood Sugar LevelsVibrant Health NetworkRare Photos Not Suitable For History BooksDefinitionTiger Woods Cheated His Wife Throughout Their Relationship And Now She Finally Breaks SilencePenguin M.D. The Wisdom SegmentIFew people know that Winona Ryder’s birth name is Winona Laura Horowitz. Her father’s favorite female songstress was Mitch Ryder, hence her stage name. She grew up spending a lot of time reading books because her family used to live in a hippy commune in California with only eight families residing in the secluded area, including theirs.IIRyder is aquaphobic due to an unfortunate incident when she was only 12. She almost drowned, and this fear made it hard for her to shoot the underwater scenes in the 1997 film Alien: Resurrection.IIIRyder could have been Mary Corleone in 1990’s The Godfather III. However, she backed out because she was exhausted. The role was instead given to Francis Ford Coppola’s daughter, Sofia. Unfortunately, the latter was smashed by critics due to her terrible performance, with many accusing her father (the film’s director) of nepotism.IVLike many of the successful celebrities we look up to today, Ryder has had her failings. In 2001, she reportedly shoplifted items valued at $5,500. Eight prosecutors filed four felony charges against the actress who was required to pay for the stolen goods.VOn top of her shoplifting spree, Ryder was also accused of using drugs that weren’t prescribed and condemned for vandalism and grand theft. She was reported acquitted of a burglary charge. The actress was given three years of probation in 2002, community service for a total of 480 hours, fined $3,700, tasked to compensate $6,355 to victims, and required to undergo counseling.VIIn spite of her hiatus, Ryder, fortunately, made her comeback. The actress has been playing the role of Joyce Byers in the ’80s-based supernatural series Stranger Things since 2016, which garnered her a total of six award nominations. Out of these, she won two.

The Funniest Wedding Day Photo Fails Ever

The Funniest Wedding Day Photo Fails Ever – Herald Weekly

This was not supposed to happen! Even so, after months and months of diligent preparation for the big event, something inevitably goes wrong. All it takes is a split second and the click of the aperture, and ‘voila!’, a mortifying moment from His and Her wedding day is eternally preserved.

The Funniest Wedding Day Photo Fails Ever – Herald Weekly

How Bindi Irwin Honored Dad Crocodile Hunter Star Steve Irwin at Her Wedding

When Bindi Irwin was planning her wedding to longtime boyfriend Chandler Powell, the Animal Planet star knew she wanted to make her late father Steve Irwin a big part of the March 25 ceremony. “Where we got married was such a special place to dad,” Bindi, 21, tells PEOPLE of the garden at the Australia Zoo. “It’s a beautiful little area where he had filmed for many years. It felt really wonderful and just meant to be.” Honoring Steve — who died Sept. 4, 2006 at age 44 after he was attacked by a stingray while working on an underwater film — was especially emotional for the family, including Bindi’s mom, Terri, and her younger brother, Robert. RELATED: Bindi Irwin Marries Chandler Powell at Australia Zoo: ‘Today We Celebrated Life’ Bindi Irwin/Instagram Bindi Irwin and Steve Irwin “We had dad’s picture with his dog Sui blown up on an easel,” says Bindi. “So mom and Robert were standing right next to dad as we exchanged vows. We had a candle-lighting ceremony for him, and it really felt like he was there with us. It was a lovely moment of peace and happiness.” Australia Zoo Productions Pty Ltd. Copyright 2020 For more from Bindi Irwin, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday Bindi and Powell had initially planned a ceremony with 200 guests, but cancelled just days before due to COVID-19. Instead, they married in an intimate ceremony in the garden at the zoo. In attendance were “lots of animals” and just three guests: Terri, Robert, and Bindi’s late father’s best friend, Wes Mannion. RELATED: Bindi Irwin’s Brother Robert Walked Her Down the Aisle: ‘One of the Most Special Moments’ Australia Zoo Productions Pty Ltd. Copyright 2020 Chandler Powell and Bindi Irwin One extra special touch to represent Steve was Bindi’s bouquet, tied with a khaki ribbon. “Most brides have something blue; I had my khaki,” Bindi says. Crikey! It’s the Irwins: Bindi’s Wedding special premieres April 18 at 8 p.m. ET on Animal Planet.

How Bindi Irwin Honored Dad Crocodile Hunter Star Steve Irwin at Her Wedding

Lockdown: three good reasons to order a wedding gown online

While made-to-measure with its many fitting and alteration sessions remains a dream for many brides-to-be,  increasing numbers of brands and designers are offering dresses for the big occasion via their e-shops. This trend is likely to continue during lockdown measures imposed by many public authorities, which have completely disrupted the usual wedding season, and could convince more dressmakers to embrace web sales in the near future. Here are three good reasons why you might want to order your wedding gown online.Managing the unexpectedAmid a global health crisis that is preventing brides-to-be from picking up their dresses and leading to numerous postponements and cancellations of weddings, it is worth remembering that minimizing trips to the dressmaker may help you avoid small unforeseen events that could mar preparations for a ceremony that is already stressful in many ways. By ordering your wedding dress online, you can be sure that you will receive it at the right moment with enough time for any last-minute alterations that may be needed for the big day. The good news is that there are more and more quality models to choose from, with dresses to suit every taste. Several designers and brands like Fabienne Alagama (, Maison Floret (, Lorafolk ( and Laure de Sagazan ( are already offering bridal collections along with accessories and lingerie online.More affordable pricingEven if they are sourced from designers’ websites, gowns bought online are likely to be more affordable than those bought from bridal boutiques and workshops. Why you may wonder? First and foremost because models in online collections are more ready-to-wear than couture, but also because they do not require the same number of fittings and alterations that are usually needed for bridal wear. At the same time, many ready-to-wear brands such as La Redoute, H&M, Asos and C&A are now marketing ranges of wedding dresses and outfits, either independently or in collaboration with specialized houses, with models that retail for less than 200 euros online. Inexpensively priced dresses like these are often an attractive option for brides-to-be who are eager to devote more of their wedding budget to other aspects of the big day such as the ceremony or the meal, for example.A positive gesture for the planetTaking into account the environment is more about choosing the right outfit than it is about buying online. Although for many they are a dream come true, more often than not custom wedding dresses see the light of day only once before being consigned to storage at the back of a closet, while less sophisticated models can be worn over and over again on a variety of different occasions. This is especially the case for trousers and ensembles, which can be combined with casual pieces, and also dresses that are not traditional bridal wear but are nonetheless perfectly appropriate for the big day. Another way to make a gesture for the planet is to opt for a vintage dress. Second-hand platforms, such as Vinted ( and Vestiaire Collective (, offer a wide variety of wedding dresses in perfect condition that might be just right for your big day.

Lockdown: three good reasons to order a wedding gown online

Princess Beatrice Is Reportedly Postponing Her Wedding — Again

For Princess Beatrice, the third time is, unfortunately, not the charm. According to a report from People, she could have to reschedule her upcoming wedding for the third time after already changing the date due to her father’s association with the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, had planned on holding her ceremony on May 29 at St. James’s Palace in London with a reception to follow at Queen Elizabeth’s gardens at Buckingham Palace. Due to the spread of coronavirus, the queen has canceled all upcoming garden parties. People notes that the details of the wedding, like the new date, are still being worked out and neither Beatrice or her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, have commented. Luc Castel/Getty Images More RELATED: Princess Beatrice’s Wedding Might be Affected By the Coronavirus “The date was changed two times to adjust [around Andrew’s scandal],” a source told People back in February. “It will be smaller than the original plan.” Beatrice’s wedding was already set to be a more low-key affair than her cousins’. Unlike Princes Harry and William, Beatrice didn’t intend on having a carriage procession. She was, however, planning on keeping the rest of the wedding as normal as possible, which involves having her father take part in it. “Andrew will probably give a toast at the reception like any father of the bride,” People’s source added. “They will try to normalize [the wedding] as much as possible.” Sources close to Beatrice insist that Andrew has been part of the planning since last year and he remains an important part of his daughters’ — and ex-wife’s — lives. “Beatrice would never do anything to be hurtful to her father. He’s going to be by her side and she’s going to be by his,” the source finished.

Princess Beatrice Is Reportedly Postponing Her Wedding — Again