Made famous by the likes of Twiggy and "The Shrimp" (Jean Shrimpton) in the Swinging Sixties, the Mini is a classic that keeps on ticking. A mini dress can take on a variety of shapes like the trapeze, the slip, the column, the baby-doll or the tightest body-con form as long as its length stays well above the knee, typically six inches above. Mini wedding dresses are a fantastic choice for those brides who are vertically challenged, when a long gown just feels overbearing on their smaller frame.
The mini wedding dress has become extremely popular over the past decade, particularly for brides who believe that fashion matters when it comes to the wedding look. It's perfect for brides that insist on showing off their leggy gams on the big day and also does double duty as the ideal reception or second dress.