Monday, October 18, 2010

200 Years of Wedding Gowns

Showing at the Cincinnati Art Museum through January.

I do wish I was able to go.

28 comments:

Olivia said...

Simply Divine! Oh this is very pretty!
Hugs,
Olivia

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Marcie:
I'd just swoon to see a dress like this "in person"! It's wonderful, as I'm sure every single one would be. Thanks for sharing the information. I'll see if I can't find their catalog.
Have a great day!
xoxo
Donna

lailani said...

Wow! Stunning dress - that would be a fun exhibit to see.

Terri Kahrs said...

Simply stunning! And just look at the tiny wasp waist! Amazing! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Lynns Lovelies said...

O I do wish I could go too, Marcie!
What a gorgeous vision of a dress..
~sigh~ oh and to be able to wear such a dress and feel like a princess...
Hugs~n~Love,
Lynn♥

Marydon said...

G'morn Marcie ~ Ohhh, to die for gorgeous ... but it would take a century to have the body to go in it.

Have a beautiful week ...
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Gaia said...

Such a stunning dress- if only to have a waist that small! I just happened upon your blog and felt like i had come home- it's just splended.

Gaia

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

OMG, that dress is gorgeous. I would love to go too! hugs~~~ Daphne

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

Wow! So gorgeous. I wish I lived closer to Ohio so I could see this!

LuLu Kellogg said...

I would LOVE to be able to go to this!

Ozma of Odds said...

...I am from Ohio, but a looooong way away now!! This show would be spectacluar ~ and OH! the inspiration!!
xo, Rosemary

Ira said...

Just toooo gorgeous! I think I'm going to ask my husband to ask me again to marry him, LOL! Early this year I was at the Hermitage in Amsterdam where they had all the fab dresses and garments on display of the Russian court. Reminds me a bit. TFS, Ira

Fågel Blå said...

Thanks for the comments on my blog i be so happy!
Whish you a happy week!
Kathrine

Celestial Charms said...

Beautiful gown!
I wish I knew someone who would be attending...to take a gazillion photos. :)
Maureen

Paula said...

Dear Marcie,
I so wish you could go too!!! Thank you for sharing the link! The wedding dress is GORGEOUS!!! Can you just imagine how happy the bride was wearing this and how beautiful her beloved groom thought she was when he saw her in it!
Love to you,
Paula

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

To but dream to wear such a lovely dress....one could not help but feel DEVINE.

Lovely images....and lovely, lovely music...I MUST learn how to put these on my blog.

Thanks for the treat.
Rose

The Painted Nest said...

Hi My Sweet Friend!!! I love the dress!!!~~~AWWWW to have a waist that size!!!~~Deborah

Lululiz said...

Beautiful dress, to look at, but to wear? Can you imagine what you would have to go through to get your waist size down to that? No wonder the ladies used to faint all the time.

Diane said...

Oh my goodness, Marcie, that is tooo beautiful! It's timeless! I think that would be appropriate even today.
Hugs, Diane

Eastlake Victorian said...

That would be an awesome exhibit to see!

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Hi Marcie, I wanted to thank you for stopping by today and for your sweet comments!!! Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week! Blessings~~~ Daphne

Sandra Evertson said...

So very beautiful!

Sandra Evertson

rosarod said...

Hello, I love your blog, especially your treasures! all so beautiful, I love everything that I connect with the past. Baby shoes for my son's dream! would give anything to have a> congratulate her extensive collection! Rose Marie blessings

Barbara Jean said...

just sayin' hi.
lonely here in Oregon

barb

WindandHoney said...

How beautiful! But look at that tiny waist!

Evi said...

that dress is divine!
Don't you just love vintage textiles! There is nothing like it!!!!
Wish I could see it in person.
Blessings, Evi

Karen from A`Musements said...

Oh how incredible... I once had a waist--- 'lost' mine somewhere along the way ;-)
What a beautiful dress in the photo and I'll bet seeing the collection is amazing.
You always show the most fabulous things on your blog, Miss Marcie!
Hope all is well with you (write to me when you have a chance)
xoxo Karen

FancyHorse said...

What a wonderful exhibit! I'd like to see it, too. I wonder if it would ever come anywhere near here?