I like it, but I'd be worried it was a bit too covered up for the bride - unless you are very well endowed and coverage is important... and I agree that it would be better a bit shorter, it looks like it would be very comfortable and practical for the day tho'. It's very reasonably priced for a handmade wedding dress, that could be good or worrying... I like the Eclair, in the right fabric and longer it would be lovely - you might want some slim removable straps which you could add for the dancing to prevent unfortunate incidents, and I think it would work with chiffon over something fairly heavy weight - not necessarily crunchy! Is Georgette that fabric which is shiny on one side and matt on the other and quite heavy? if so I think that would work - chiffon is a devil to sew though - it tends to pull and ruckle up.
I don't know what your colouring is but ivory is lovely with a knocked back cornflower blue.
I had part of my wedding dress made by a local seamstress and embroiderer, it was a lovely experience and not at all like going to the wedding shops. If you ask around you might find someone who would make exactly what you want for not too much money (I found mine at a craft fair, she makes smaller embroidered items but also does commissions).
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