Designed in the 1900's this tea-length Edwardian peasant wedding dress would be perfect for a barn wedding, a picnic wedding or even a destination wedding. It is done in 100% cotton eyelet fabric. The bodice features a scalloped jewel neckline that continues in the back with a folded scalloped collar. The front bodice eyelet pattern is done in a pinwheel pattern, while the back offers a single flower motif. The 3/4 sleeves have a floral pattern with a band of five pleats below the elbow. The waist semi-attaches to the bodice with a gathered ruffle. Four bands of ruching, begin at the waistline and finish at the hip. The skirt falls gently from the band of rushing at the hipline, repeating the floral and pinwheel pattern to the scalloped hemline. This dress encloses with 6 snaps on the bodice and 4 hook-and-eyes and 2 snaps on the skirt. We suggest pairing it with a full slip. The hook’n eyes should be reinforced and there are two small inclusions on the seamline where the sleeve attaches to the armhole which can be simply remedied. We recommend professional cleaning to remedy any smudging.