David Tutera Wedding Dresses
Style: Petunia
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David Tutera - Style Petunia 213252


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Description
David Tutera, Fall 2013. Strapless allover delicately hand-beaded lace and tulle A-line wedding dress with scalloped sweetheart neckline and low dipped back bodice, skirt features scattered beading, a scalloped hemline and chapel length train, detachable spaghetti and halter straps included.

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Colors
Cream/Champagne (Pictured), Ivory, White

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Sizes

Measurement Guide

Sizes reflect body measurements, not garment measurements


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Designer
You probably already know his name - as a leading wedding and entertaining expert dubbed 'Best Celebrity Wedding Planner' by Life and Style magazine, and the host of WE TV's 'My Fair Wedding', David Tutera is a force in the wedding industry. His wedding dress designs for Mon Cheri, however, reflect another side of his personality - a passion for offering brides luxury and quality wedding dress options at truly affordable prices. Partnering with Mon Cheri designer Martin Thornburg, the David Tutera for Mon Cheri wedding dress collection is dedicated to creating extraordinary options for fashionable brides, from traditional ball gowns to modern couture-inspired silhouettes, and beyond. From rich top-quality fabrics to hand-beaded Swarovski crystal embellishments, this design team understands how to deliver both luxury and value for each and every David Tutera for Mon Cheri bride.

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Estimated Delivery
Delivery Type Estimated Delivery Date To Your Door Additional Cost
StandardSun November 30, 2014
  • Rush Delivery is not available when the estimated date is not displayed.
  • Designers reserve the right to adjust their ship dates as demands require.
  • Deliveries are considered on time within a 2 week window.
  • Delivery Dates are not updated after 3PM CST on Fridays.
  • Delivery Dates are updated every Monday Morning.
  • Delivery Dates are as of Jul 25, 2014.


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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 April, 2013.

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