Epic fantasy wedding gowns from Romantic Threads #Sponsors: Fashion#blue dress#burgundy dress#custom dress#fairy wedding#fairytale#fantasy wedding#goth#medieval#multi-colored dress#plus size#red dress#renaissance#steampunk#victorian#victorian dress August 20 | Megan Finley meganfinley This business paid a fee to be listed on @offbeatbride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. When Belinda from Romantic Threads contacted us, Ariel and I flipped because we knew how much OBBs would LOVE her amazing custom made fantasy gowns. You've actually seen Romantic Threads before in Sophie & David's fantastic romantic Alaskan wedding — Belinda did Sophie's "Super Duper Dramatic Fantasy Gown." And there are so many more colors, styles and SIZES to fit your wedding needs. So keep reading to find out how to get a discount on the pretty… [Psst: click on the pics to learn more about a particular featured dress.] How perfect would this Gwendolyn Medieval gown be for a fairtytale wedding? And we already know that it looks perfect with a set of wings. Romantic Threads also has an entire Medieval wedding dress section. And wow, this piece of Victorian magicness is called the Alice in Wonderland fantasy gown and it's incredible along with all the other Marie Antoinette and Victorian gowns. And the great thing about Romantic Threads is that this dress and many many others come in sizes 2-28. Along with custom fantasy gowns in the styles of Marie Antoinette, Medieval, Renaissance, Gothic, Steampunk and Victorian, they have also make beautiful capes, like the dress and cape combo pictured above. Romantic Threads also makes mens wear and matching girls dresses like these… Check out the matching mother and daughter sets, which would also work perfectly for flower girl outfits — the adorableness astounds. Offbeat Discount: Get a discount if you order more than one item, say… a matching girls dress or something for your groom and/or bridesmaids! Contact Belinda for more details. And this is just a teeny tiny taste of what Romantic Threads has to offer. Sneak a peak at the their amazing wares right now and we'll be seeing you later when we profile your real wedding fashions! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher and Editorial Overlord. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog. @meganfinley @meggyfin PREVIOUS RJ & Amanda's eco-friendly science experiment wedding NEXT Offbeat Bride mobile: complete! Toggle comments [ 9 ] ummmm can someone please give me back my jaw??? I seem to have lost it when I was staring at the BEAUTIFUL dresses and my jaw dropped…and because these dresses are so amazing when my jaw dropped it fell off. 3 agree Reply WOW! The details and the colors are delightful! Reply I think my jaw broke too. The red. Ohmygods THE RED! I wore red at my wedding but it wasn't RED. I want to wear that gown every day and stroll majestically down the street while looking imperious. Reply Me too!!! Now i just need to become super rich so that people just think i'm charmingly eccentric when I do things like that. 1 agrees Reply I ordered my wedding gown from Romantic Threads! I should be receiving it soon… I can't wait! Belinda is a pleasure to work with, and her gowns are absolutely amazing! â™¥ Reply The picture at the top of this article was on the screen when my in-laws (very old-fashioned Southern farmer types) happened to look at the computer. My mother in law asked what it was and I said it was a wedding dress. She said "I like that; it's traditional, like something Scarlett O'Hara would wear." My father in law said "Yeah, not like those white ones they wear now." 5 agree Reply Those were some very beautiful dresses! Sidenote: Why was the word "sizes" written in caps and then "sizes 2-28" written in bold in the description? Was that to call attention to plus size women? I kind of took a little offense to it. Mentioning they come in all kinds of sizes is perfectly fine, but emphasis isn't needed. Reply The emphasis was something I very specifically asked Megan to do, not to "call attention to plus-size women" in some sort of negative way, but to call attention to the fact that the designer is committed to serving ALL brides across the spectrum of sizes. I've heard a lot of frustration about indie designers who DON'T do this, so the idea was to be like "YAY, Romantic Threads is awesome and makes dresses in a full range of sizes!" I'm sorry if the emphasis came off as somehow insensitive — the goal was to celebrate the range of sizes. 7 agree Reply I'm all for letting the readers know that a designer is available for women of all sizes. I praise that, I do!! I think it just hit me wrong this morning. I know the very frustration of getting excited about a design then discovering I can't get it because I don't fit the range. 2 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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