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Eyelet Multi-Tiered Wedding Gown

Megan's couture wedding gown was designed in a gorgeous cotton eyelet fabric from the 1970s.

The Bride

Bride Megan brought with her a bolt of gorgeous cotton eyelet fabric that had been saved from her family’s business which closed in the 1970s. While not heirloom in the traditional sense of the word, this fabric was special for the bride.

The Gown

The gown was designed in lightweight fabric for the bride’s mid-Summer garden wedding. The wedding dress features layers upon layers of fabric with floral details at the neckline.

The gown's full skirt features three tiers of fabric for a soft, but dramatic look.
Megan's gown features floral details at her neckline.
The bride is a vision at her mid-Summer wedding.
The advantage of couture gowns is that they are often lighter in weight than traditional, off-the-rack gowns.
The cotton eyelet fabric used to create the gown originated from Megan's family's business which closed in the 1970s.
This close-up shows the intricacy of the fabric used to create this sweet, romantic look.
The skirt of the gown features three tiers of fabric.
A couture gown is fit exactly to a bride's body, creating a flawless silhouette.
The floral detailing in the eyelet fabric helped create a romantic wedding day look.
A detail of the gorgeous vintage fabric.
Although not an heirloom gown per se, Megan's gown was designed from vintage fabric that was special to the bride.
This wonderful shot shows the drama of the gown's skirt & train.
Cotton is a wonderful and surprising look for a wedding dress and it is a wonderful fabric for Summer weddings.


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