Archive of ‘all about the gown’ category

22nd November 2011 in

all about the gown: handmade in grey

all about the gown: handmade in grey

Wedding planning is a hectic, and even hellish time for all brides – but add to the pyre the stress of making your own wedding dress by hand? Plus five bridesmaid dresses? It’s a trial few brides could withstand. But sew-happy Portland bride Suzannah was determined to create her perfect dress piece-by-piece. The result: this gray tulle daydream!

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8th November 2011 in

all about the gown: the giselle dress by elizabeth dye

all about the gown: the giselle dress by elizabeth dye

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26th October 2011 in

all about the gown: elizabeth wedding dress by phase 8

all about the gown: elizabeth wedding dress by phase 8

Sarah & Rueben’s charming London celebration was a fresh mix of fabulous vintage style and Western and Eastern traditions. Both bride and groom were dressed to the nines in foxy, vintage-inspired attire. New Zealander Rueben donned a purple velvet bow tie and top hat with his dapper blue Topman suit (his amazing handlebar mustache was […]

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20th October 2011 in

all about the gown: drew by priscilla of boston

all about the gown: drew by priscilla of boston

Alana and Rich’s minimal, art gallery wedding celebration was filled with a lovely variety of extra carefully curated DIY and handmade touches.Their artfully stark wedding color palette consisted of bright whites, charcoal greys, natural wood, and bright red – and Alana’s strapless, retro wedding dress, Twigs & Honey bird cage veil, and gorgeous red Kate Spade pumps tied it all together.

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19th October 2011 in

all about the gown: handmade for a romanian orthodox wedding

all about the gown: handmade for a romanian orthodox wedding

Andra and Christopher’s Romanian Orthodox ceremony and backyard wedding reception was filled with a beautiful mix of traditional wedding ritual and casual, contemporary elegance. But we couldn’t overlook Andra’s beautiful custom dress – modeled after a favorite vintage evening gown that belonged to her mother.

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