Kim’s custom wedding gown is a silk duppion sheath cut with a slight train. Her neckline is a soft v on the tip of her shoulders with a gathered raglan sleeve. Her natural waistline features a heavily beaded rhinestone sash and her chapel length train is embroidered with lace appliqués.
Sometimes, when I’m constructing a dress, I have a picture in my head of how the dress should be photographed, and this last image is it for Kim’s gown. Thanks Kim, for enduring the uncomfortable pose, and for choosing the sparkly-est sash ever!!! It complimented those Kate Spades perfectly, and made the dress so fun!
Whitney’s custom lace wedding dress features 3/4 length sleeves, a round neckline and pieced lace. Her seamed gown accentuates her curves with delicate floral Venise trim with alencon eyelash lace on her neckline as well as her fingertip length veil. I love doing gowns with knit linings. Seeing a bride be able to actually move in her gown is fun. Check out the photos of Whitney all curled up in that cozy chair. So awesome.
Ok World! I took these photos of Leslie’s dress in OCTOBER. Seriously. October. I can’t believe how time has flown by I can’t let another day go by with out sharing these photos! Leslie is my beautiful sister-in-law.
And her dress is my favorite.
I put so much love into each dress that I make that sometimes I have a hard time letting go when I’m done. They are like my children. I know I’m not supposed to pick favorites. THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES!!!!! Enough gushing. On to the dress specs:
Leslie’s custom gown is an english net with applied venise lace appliques. (Side note, a million little lace appliques, I’m not exaggerating here. I took 5 different lace patterns and made them all into one amazing collage.) Her lining is a blush-y peach colored silk charmeuse. Her sweetheart neckline features daisy lace, with medallions on her pinched cap sleeves, that sweep onto her lower back highlighting her covered buttons and loop tape. Her custom veil also features matching lace appliques and compliments her beaded headpiece.
Caisa’s dress is a dark ivory Alencon over an ivory stretch charmeuse. V-neck, elbow length sleeves, with silk duppioni sash and pearl/rhinestone buttons. Her cut edge veil has hand stitched alencon lace appliques.
Shannon’s dress is an ivory chantilly lace with bias corset seams on the bodice, ruched english net overlay, sweetheart neckline, 3/4 length ruched sheer sleeves over a cap sleeve, alencon ribbon belt and veil featuring complimentary alencon lace.
Kylie’s dress is a silk empire waist, with champagne banding and bow and Chantilly lace skirt. Bodice details include ruffles, pintucking, and vintage trim. Chantilly lace veil with scallop edging detail. Photos by Amanda Peterson.