Brides are embracing vintage designs and gowns more than ever, and with websites like Gossamer Vintage, they’re able to find gems without having to hunt for months and months. Emme from Gossamer Vintage has worked over the past year to style her gowns to show brides how lovely vintage gowns can be.
Here’s more from Emme on her inspiration for this shoot:
It’s unusual see a bride in an antique Edwardian gown, so Laura and I decided to do a shoot for it in a private garden in DC. We wanted to create an option for brides who otherwise might not have thought of wearing an older gown for her wedding day. We loved the unique textures of the gown and paired it with an antique wax crown; the venue was the perfect setting to complement the mood.
Photographer: Laura Gordon | Dress/Accessories/Florals: Gossamer Vintage | Makeup/Hair: Liz Wegrzyn | Model: Nora Button | Ribbons: Silk and Willow | Styling/Props: Laura Gordon and Gossamer Vintage | Location: Private Estate in Washington, DC
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