This week we’re going to be showcasing five different bridal looks for Spring 2014! We couldn’t be more excited to share these 5 looks from designers like Sarah Seven, Jenny Packham, Alice Temperly, Rude De Siene.
From Camille at The Dress Theory:
This ivory silk chiffon dream is handmade with love at the Sarah Seven Atelier in San Francisco. The lighter-than-air movement of the gown and the chic simplicity of the design inspired the first look that Bryce captured. Sarah Seven’s “Practically Perfect” is an ideal canvas for a bride to style and personalize in an infinite number of ways. The gown is just as amazing dressed-up with a sparkling sash or statement necklace, as it is paired with a simple belt or delicate flower-crown. When styling this look, we found ourselves inspired by the flow of the fabric and the simplicity of the sweetheart neckline. To complement these elements, we accentuated her waist with a sweet crystal-ribbon and kept her look youthful, romantic, and fresh. Amy applied soft, natural makeup and Heidi sculpted her gorgeous hair in long, effortless waves. We think this gown is absolutely perfect for a bride looking to complement her free spirit and unique personality without looking like “someone else” on her wedding day or feeling restricted by a gown that overwhelms. The Practically Perfect gown is available in specialty bridal boutiques that stock Sarah Seven, including The Dress Theory in Seattle and Nashville, as well as the Sarah Seven flagship stores in San Francisco and Chicago.
This sunrise ceremony inspiration is a refreshing example of springtime refinement; the effortless, ethereal gowns, the delicate yet abundant florals and the feminine color palate together complete a picture-perfect atmosphere.