Here is a collection of dresses for more casual weddings: two-piece dresses and one short dress.
The dresses use french laces and silks. The pink skirt was inspired by sunsets in the summertime. Imagine
pretty pink and white colors in the sky.
We had a great photoshoot with Bashful Captures.
I received these beautiful photos from Jessica Lynn Tucker Photography. They show some amazing florals and bridal accesories.
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Photography: Jessica Lynn Tucker
Hair and Make up: Drea Carreno
Florals: Poppy’s Garden
Tiaras: Romantic ARTlife
Sunlight is always lovely. This photo is from a collaboration with photographer Jen Huang. She is wonderful at working with natural light.
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Photography: Jen Huang Photography
Hair & Makeup: Chiali Meng Artistry
Floral: Anna Le Play Taylor
This photo is from Veka Bridal, one of our stockists.
The Camellia dress is made with French lace and is very soft and light.
The Myrtle dress was featured in this beautiful styled photoshoot on Style Me Pretty.
Photography: Amanda Wei Photo
Event Design: Joy Nicolas
Floral Design: Bloomwell &Co.
Hair & Makeup: CAMILLE GOLDSTON HAIR & MAKE UP ARTISTRY
Cake: La Vie Douce Design
Jewelry: Shibumi Studio & Gallery
Calligraphy: Sunim INK
We are going to the Wedding Toasted Event in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
It’s on November 17th from 6-9pm at 26 Bridge street.
Please come see us!!
I like to make vintage-inspired and simple dresses, but I often get inspiration from nature. It’s not about using the shapes and patterns of the natural world, but recreating the feelings I have from nature itself. The breeze, the lightness and comfort… Nature always makes me feel like I am a part of it. That’s why I like to use natural fabrics like silk, cotton and linen, because of their comfort. But I love laces, too!
I do like floral shapes, though. I cannot get bored when I see flower petals. I don’t make flower-shaped dresses, but maybe some day… 🙂
I don’t remember where I bought this peony. It stopped opening half-way. I thought it would fully open, but somehow, it has decided to stop… Has it given up, or is it just lazy?!?! I like this imperfect half-open flower. I can’t stop looking at it.
These photos were taken by my dearest friend, photographer Kazumi Sakurai, who lives in Kaua’i.
Photographer: Kazumi Sakurai