January 12, 2018
2017 was a whirlwind of a year! Four family weddings, MOH twice, and a trip to Scotland with the man kept me so busy, I am only now sharing photos with you all! The next three blog posts are so very special to me, as they feature three of my sisters (two of them sisters by marriage). I hope you enjoy!
Ruth was the girl who always said that she wanted a simple wedding in the backyard, and that she would wear a second hand-wedding dress. That certainly is not how her dress or her wedding ended up!
Over a hundred yards of tulle and silk went into this delicately beaded confection of a dress.
More than 300 hours of hand-stitching lace to tulle to create that organic feel. The end product was so very worth it. Ruth looked like a classic Dior model, swirling about a Paris atelier!
Photos by Seth Burwell Photography
April 5, 2017
It has taken me far too long to post the photos of this gorgeous dream of a gown.
When Sarah and I first sat down to start sketches for her custom bridal gown, we both had a very different look in mind. But such is the design process! We needed something that would both capture Sarah’s elegant personal style, and work well for their woodland wedding. I am beyond pleased with how it turned out!
The skirt petals are silk organza, with layers of tulle underneath to give them movement.
I appliqued delicate Alençon lace to the silk taffeta corset bodice and shoulder straps.
Silk taffeta covered buttons and grosgrain ribbon added the final touches to Sarah’s dress.
The skirt of this dress is one of my favorites- so flirty, romantic, and elegant! It truly reflected the bride’s personality, which is how I know our design was successful.
Photo credits to Nickel Images