Claire Pettibone is a wedding gown designer gaining a name for herself for her delicate, intricate, and incredibly romantic gowns. With her use of layers of vintage, chantilly, guipure and silk laces as well as beading and floral detailing, Claire’s gowns have rich textures and flowing, feminine dress shapes.
Winifred Bean is a small, all American-made wedding dress line fuelled by passion and love. Inspired by a seamstress grandmother and a desire to provide wedding dresses that can be personalized to suit your taste, Angela Brontes Curanaj creates wedding dresses for creative brides.
If your wedding is coming up, you are probably looking for flower girl dresses that fit in with your theme or colour scheme. Project Wedding has a whole range of beautiful flower girl dresses that are sure to fit in with just about any scheme imaginable, from sleeveless to little cap sleeves, even asymmetrical dresses for children aged 0 to 16 years, and also the Elizabeth St. John’s Little Flowers Spring Collection.
All the dresses are made in an as Eco-friendly way as possible, as well as all being made in the United States.
Melbourne designer, Anna Campbell, released her 2012 bridal collection in December and I have to say, the veils, dresses, bracelets and headpieces are absolutely beautiful. With soft, romantic lines and a Greek goddess feminine charm, the collection not only focuses on the bodice, but on the back. French laces, delicate bows and quirky twists, make the backs of these dresses just as interesting as the front.
The headpieces, bracelets and veils are a new introduction this year, but even they have Anna’s signature touch, they all work together with her outfits very well.
Obviously white weddings are way too mainstream, so Vera Wang has launched a Goth wedding dress line. Featuring darker shades of grey, brown and black, the line was debuted at her Fall 2012 show in New York 2011.