Our bouquet was created with our hand picked /dried pampas grass accented with large blush pearls and blush faux baby breath flowers. The arrangement brought the extra drama and a pop of color. Private Bridal Portraits is a great way to have a photography session outside of the wedding day and centered around you! A lot happens the day of and yes your photographer and planner should work in bridal portraits on your wedding day but why not relieve or prep for your bridal portraits by having a private session? Private bridal sessions can happen before the wedding day or after the wedding day, whichever is the most convenient! This gives you a chance to capture the essence of your gown, scenic views or a studio session. It is also a great way to work with your vendor team again!
The concept of this gown was derived from the love of the 70s and 90s era. The two eras combined gave an ultra chic, sexy and glamour gown all tied into one. Our skin match nude underlining gave the illusion of bare skin which accented the lace and pearl beading details. The bodice is a sexy halter design around the neck along with a tie to secure the fit of the gown, we love for our brides to move comfortably! The middle of the gown was adorned with heavy lace detail with an overskirt illusion (this was a full non detachable gown). The skirt gave an illusion of a shorter version but if you look closely it is a full mermaid cut. This design gives 360° of sexy glamour!
A soft pinup concept was created with pearl accents in the hair. If a bride has a high neck or open back, in this case the gown has both, a pulled up hairstyle allows all of the gown details to be shown.
Your Accessories should always match your neck length and design of the gown. A 3″ earrings drop with pearl accents was used to complete the look. The earring fell in between the ear and neck creating the right movement for comfort.