The Wedding Gown — It's a Family Affair...
The Flower Girl role in a wedding is an important one, particularly for the lucky girl herself! The job usually goes to the Bride’s daughter and, in a recent beach wedding, this tradition was carried on as both Mother and Daughter walked up the aisle in matching outfits - can you think of anything cuter?! We certainly can’t and, after you have seen these wonderful photos sent to us by the bride herself, we don’t think you will be able to either.
Ivett Bosnyak chose an idyllic beach for her wedding (something she very nearly regretted - more on this later) and, like so many women before her, turned to her own mother for advice on what to wear on the big day. Mum, like so many women before HER, rose admirably to the challenge and set to work designing the gowns using the fabrics chosen by Ivett and supplied by us.
It was our Facebook page that helped Ivett make the final fabric decision - she asked for advice there and quickly received a full, extremely-helpful reply from our expert bridal couture team. She was already decided on Naomi Flower Lace in White but couldn’t quite decide on which fabric to go with it - read on to find out what she chose…
Starting off with a fine tulle ground, our designer has allowed both their refined and extravagant tastes to flourish, resulting in a unique design of surprising harmony. A large bouquet of 3D flowers catches our eye first, immediately leading it to the central feature of a pair of laser-cut flowers which utilize an exotic lace and glittering diamante in their design. The flowers are complemented by carefully-embroidered foliage which is covered with tubular beads and shot through with light-catching filigree thread of the purest silver coloration.
The separate motifs can be used as extra wedding dress embellishments so not a scrap of this lace is ever wasted. Each piece is framed by superlatively-attractive borders and creates a lace that is distinctive, chic and ready to impress.
We are concerned with making sure the bride looks good, not on simply making a quick buck. That’s why, when Ivett asked us what fabric would look good, we were happy to recommend one of our especially cost-effective fabrics - Glitterati tulle - which we knew would make the perfect underlay. And we were right - just check out the photos!
Thanks Ivett, for the email and photos, we think you both look fab. Send us your photos if you want to feature in your own news article!