Happy Friday, ladies! It has been a long time for not showing our customizing work and do you miss it? So here today we would like to introduce you one of our lovely customers – Delaine’s customized wedding dress! We were so thrilled with excitement at the sight of Delaine wearing the lace bridal gown from her amazing wedding photos! And Brass & Twine Photography captured every single beautiful moment! Enjoy it with us!
And want to know how we create this dress? Click here!
Wedding Dress: Tulle & Chantilly (click here for more info about this dress)
Photographer: Brass & Twine
Joanna and Keon settled on a garden wedding in Whetstone Park of Roses, Ohio. With colorful bouquets, jewel tone color décor and seed favors, the sweet couple showed us a gorgeous early autumn wedding, which was full of love and happiness.
We just knew Joanna was different from other brides from our first contact. She demands an emerald green wedding dress in her very first email, which was a challenge to our designers from dyeing, tailoring to hand sewing. Fortunately, we succeeded and Joanna was remarkably beautiful when she tried it on. So ladies, just enjoy Joanna and Keon’s wedding photos where Sarah Babcock Studio captured each and every moment to perfection.
Hi Ladies, remember Lauren who have customized her own wedding dress from Tulle & Chantilly (click here to find how we make the dress)? Just a couple days ago, Lauren shared us her beautiful wedding photos. How exciting!
The wedding infused with great love, happiness and elegance. And the happy couple was full of sweetness. Nick Drollette Photography captured every love moment. Congratulations to Jamie & Lauren and wish them a happy sweet marriage! Girls, enjoy!
Nicole first contacted us in last October about a custom-made mermaid lace dress for her summer wedding 7 months later. She wanted her dress with “dramatically low back design that is fitted around hips and lower like the mermaid style”. Our designers were quite happy to customize another mermaid wedding dress, so we started to discuss the dress details with Nicole immediately.
However there was a little problem just when the communication began. Nicole wanted the dress with a deep low back, yet our designers believed it would be better to add a sheer on the back allowing the lace lay more easily. But Nicole did not want a sheer on the back, so our designers tried to make the back as low as it can be. Fortunately, we finally made it.
Here is the final sketch of the dress.
Nicole was very satisfied with the sketch and we began to make the dress after her confirmation. In order to make the dress more 3D look, our designers changed common laces to Venice lace and dedicated appliqués.
And we also sewed two layers lace to make the dress more natural.
Like so many other brides, Lauren wanted to customize her very own bridal dress for her upcoming summer wedding and after failing to find the right dress, while searching in over 10 different bridal stores, she realized that this would be her only option if she wanted to get the dress looking just right. She…