EVERY BRIDE WANTS TO LOOK PERFECT ON HER SPECIAL DAY. THESE DAYS BRIDES ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR DRESSES THAT EXPRESS THEIR INDIVIDUAL STYLE. SIMPLICITY AND SOPHISTICATION ARE KEY. SILHOUETTES MAY BE CLEANER; BUT ALL BRIDES STILL LOVE EXQUISITE FABRICS, BEAUTIFUL LACE AND ORNAMENTATION. FOR MORE CHOICES, TODAY'S BRIDES ARE EVEN TRYING THE VINTAGE AND CUSTOM MARKET.
embroidered lace embellishments add sparkle to a simple silhouette. Organza gown by Christos, $1,975 at Memories. Seed pearl arch tiara with sparkle netting, $295 at Romance Studio. Earrings, $39.50 at Amaryllis. Iolite and diamond interlocking engagement ring and wedding band set, $1,902 by Lauren S. Schott at Tomlinson Craft Collection. White sequin latticework slingbacks, $295 at Stephane Kelian. Bouquet courtesy of Vince Agnes Florists.
A TOUCH OF NOSTALGIA
Nothing is more beautiful than the understated charm of antique lace. Taffeta gown with Alencon lace detailing, Jill Andrews for Romance Studio. Custom order about $1,200. Walter Steiger's lace bride shoe, $175 at Joanna Gray. Sterling silver and marquisite bracelet, $195 at Amaryllis. Umbrella of vintage and contemporary lace, to order about $200 at Romance Studio. Floral bouquet courtesy of Vince Agnes Florist.