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!
Raechel’s custom wedding gown is a beautiful soft white silk taffeta, with a rhinestone scoop neckline, fitted mid-length short sleeves, midriff band to the natural waist and a full ballgown. Her skirt features pleats in the front and a full, permanently bustled train. You can see more photos of her dress (by me) here, but if you ask me, her wedding day photographer did an awesome job capturing the dress!
Raechel’s custom wedding gown is a beautiful soft white silk taffeta, with a rhinestone scoop neckline, fitted mid-length short sleeves, midriff band to the natural waist and a full ballgown. Her skirt features pleats in the front and a full, permanently bustled train.
Mariah’s Prom dress features large rhinestones, on a boned bodice, and champagne colored tulle and organza skirt. We were in a bit of a time crunch to get her dress done, so we reused the bodice from her homecoming dress, and added a new skirt and lots of rhinestones! Quite the transformation.
Candace’s custom wedding gown is an ivory French Chantilly lace with silk charmeuse lining, rhinestone detailing and soft english net ruffle skirt. Her dress also features very slight puff sleeves with pearl buttons and a soft V neck. We had a blast taking her photos at the Utah Capitol Building.
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.
The prettiest pink confection! Beth’s barely there pink gown was made of hand dyed silk habotai (for the perfect color pink!), silk netting, a silk gauze floor length veil and a ton of rhinestones and rosettes. There are over 20 yards of silk on the skirt alone, and 14 yards of crinoline for her slip.
Marlee’s dress is a silk habotai with alencon and net lace inserts and rhinestone and chain details on the bodice and train. Her dress is unlined, with a separate skin-toned slip under-dress, resulting in the most lightweight and airy vintage look. Beautiful dress, beautiful girl. Thanks Marlee! I had a blast working with you!!!