Flower girl dresses with tulle in a can-can style
Silk colors used for these island inspired Flower Girl Dresses: Gold, Orange, Red and Coral Tulle, and silk in Claret Red, Puregold and Gumdrop silk skirt lining
When our bride reached out to us with her vision for a wedding rich in heritage and significance, we felt truly honored to be part of such a meaningful celebration. As we delved into the planning process, the emotions and beauty of the event began to take shape, leaving us in awe of the images from their special day. It was clear that this wedding was deserving of the esteemed title of the 2014 Garden Wedding of the Year.
We knew from the start that this wedding would require a dress that went beyond ordinary. With a deep appreciation for her heritage, the bride's vision was to have a dress that not only captured the essence of her cultural background but also exuded an ethereal charm. It was a challenge we eagerly embraced, knowing the immense joy and satisfaction that would come from bringing this vision to life.
After much consideration and creative brainstorming, we found the perfect canvas for our artistic expression in Style 402. Drawing inspiration from her heritage, we meticulously selected a range of colors that would breathe life into her vision. Layers of tulle in stunning hues of gold, orange, coral, red, and gumdrop were painstakingly intertwined to create a mesmerizing and enchanting effect for the skirt. The play of colors and textures was truly captivating, evoking a sense of wonder and beauty that would befit the grandeur of the occasion.
To further enhance the cohesiveness of the design and add an extra touch of whimsy, we suggested the addition of a large flower at the back of the dress. This delicate yet impactful detail served as a unifying element, seamlessly tying together the intricate layers of tulle and enhancing the overall look with a touch of elegance and playfulness.
When the time came to present our interpretation of her vision to the bride, the excitement in the air was palpable. As she laid eyes on the dress, her face instantly lit up with joy and satisfaction. It was a moment of pure delight and shared happiness, reaffirming our commitment to creating something truly extraordinary and beyond expectations. This dress was not just a piece of attire; it was an artistic masterpiece that celebrated her heritage, style, and personality.
The wedding itself was nothing short of magical, a true testament to the power of artistry and the beauty of cultural celebration. The stunning images captured by BarnetPhotography.com perfectly showcased the magnificence of the 2014 Garden Wedding of the Year. Every detail, from the intricate layers of tulle to the vibrant colors, was expertly and artistically brought to life through their lens, preserving the memories of this exceptional celebration for years to come.
At Pegeen Couture, our passion lies in turning our clients' visions into reality, and this wedding holds a special place in our hearts. It allowed us to honor the bride's heritage in a way that was deeply meaningful and authentic, creating a dress that surpassed all expectations and left an indelible mark on the hearts of all who witnessed its splendor. The 2014 Garden Wedding of the Year will forever remain etched in our memories as a testament to the power of artistry, craftsmanship, and the profound beauty of celebrating one's heritage.
Our bride contacted me about the design for her wedding which would be rich in their heritage. When I saw the images from their wedding, we had to name hers our favorite, 2014 Garden Wedding of the Year. We created these in mind of her heritage and were very excited showing the bride the colors we interpreted to create her vision in perfect form. We used style 402 and layered multiple colors of tulle in gold, orange, coral, red and gumdrop. The effect of the skirt was stunning. Afterwards, we suggested a large flower in the back to tie it in together. Images by BarnetPhotography.com