~antique french lace~

The first question I inevitably get asked when people discover I make wedding dresses is: “Do you have many Bridezillas?”  So far my answer has been a resounding No – because in my experience the complete opposite is true!  My brides have been so happy and excited about their dress that they are a joy to work with, and we both have a […]

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~a gown for christine~

Here is another favourite wedding gown from the archives: This gown evolved from another design with similar asymmetric lines, but the bride suggested draping the bodice area instead.  We certainly had a lot of fun figuring out the positioning of the draping on her toile – but it really was worth it, as it showed her model figure off […]

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~a gown for jennifer~

I designed and made wedding dresses for several years, and thought I’d share some favourites!  Jennifer’s gown was made from blush coloured silk duchess satin and the bodice was overlaid in a delicate antique lace that her mother sourced from an antique store: Although the front skirt was quite plain, the back was formed into 2 deep […]

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