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Five years ago when my wedding planning began in earnest, my love of couture and all the things edgy high fashion made me seriously consider having a short wedding dress. I was really taken with the idea of having something flirty, youthful, fun and ‘re-wearable’. I thought, oh yes I’ll get my legs out and strut down the aisle and feel like a model. I probably would’ve as well if I hadn’t found ‘the one’ in the form of a long-length, fairy queen number.

Looking at these beautiful dresses below, you can see why the short-length gown is so popular, and also so versatile. You can go mini, with the hemline as high as you dare, or choose a demure tea-length, or lower still to reveal just a hint of ankle.

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Shani Blumenfeld

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Flossy and Dossy

Photography by Kristin of Struve Photography

Photography by Kristin of Struve Photography

Photography by Kristin of Struve Photography

Photography by Kristin of Struve Photography

Photography by Chamonix Thurston-Rattue

Photography by Chamonix Thurston-Rattue

Photography by Neil Thomas Douglas

Photography by Neil Thomas Douglas

Photography by Kristin of Struve Photography

Photography by Kristin of Struve Photography

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Rock the Frock Bridal Boutique

Tobi Hannah's Epic dress

Tobi Hannah’s Epic dress

Tobi Hannah's Amaze dress

Tobi Hannah’s Amaze dress

Tobi Hannah's Wall dress

Tobi Hannah’s Wall dress

House of Mooshki Claire dress

House of Mooshki Claire dress

House of Mooshki Darla dress

House of Mooshki Darla dress

House of Mooshki Darla dress

House of Mooshki Darla dress

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Are you thinking of going for a short dress? Has this post encouraged you to be brave and get your pins out for the groom?

Photography Credits: Struve PhotographyChamonix Thurston-Rattue PhotographyNeil Thomas Douglas Photography

Thanks to: Tobi Hannah and House of Mooshki