In case you haven't noticed the personal project of this blog, aside from showing at least one dream dress a day, is the bridal dictionary section that defines and shows by example the different gown elements.
You can look through the Bridal Dictionary two ways: the first is through The Bridal Dictionary tab on the menu bar up at the top, which takes you to the organized main page; the second is to simply scroll through the Bridal Dictionary labeled posts.
Anyway, I get a bit behind on the different entries I want to create and one I am really looking forward to writing is the "crumb-catcher neckline" entry. I was reminded of that since I found this Eden gown with an amazing soft ruffle crumb-catcher. Crumb-catchers are usually sharper and more origami styled, but this is probably the most romantic of the style I've seen and one of the best uses of ruffles, period. When I get around to writing my crumb-catcher entry this will surely be one of the variations I feature.
Credits: Eden Bridals style no. 1406.