Fall 2017 Ivy & Aster Wedding Gowns We’re Loving


Finally, we leave you with a gorgeous blush ball gown that will light up the aisle, and that lace finish is stunning!

Whimsical and romantic, an Ivy & Aster wedding gown are perfect for celebrations full of delicacy and detail. From a destination affair to a vow renewal, we’re loving these designs from the Fall 2017 collection and how versatile each and every gown is!

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