Tag: fairytale

EPILOGUE: Haley’s Texas Vintage

The images are in, and as mentioned in my previous WEDDING BELLS posts,  here’s a real-life look at the wedding of Haley and Michael Powell – and the custom gown we created for Haley. To recap, the is definitely one of my all-time favorite wedding gowns- and it worked so well with the romantic country location

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The Orchid

Here’s a look  at a vintage-inspired bridal shoot from last Wednesday, highlighting the “Orchid” bridal gown from the ‘Lauren Elaine Bridal’ collection, and the “Swanlake” fascinator/birdcage veil from the ‘Lauren Elaine Bridal Accessories’ collection. CREDITS |  Model: Samantha Sergeant | Location: Magnolia Park Historical Landmark Church built in 1929 -Burbank, CA | Photographed by yours

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Epilogue: Julia’s Chantilly Lace

As I mentioned in my last post – I recently fell in love with a special vintage-inspired custom bridal design of CHANTILLY LACE.  Needless to say, I was thrilled to receive this gorgeous photo (by Perfect Circle Photography) from the actual wedding- with beautiful bride Julia wearing her custom dress, fascinator, and birdcage veil.  Just

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The power of a red dress…

Valentino had it right. No color is as powerful as RED.  It’s exciting, it’s transformative, and it’s bold.  And almost every season, a special red dress ends up in my  new collection.   In honor of the new “throwback thursday” trend, here’s a look at some of my favorite red dresses from past and present-as

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Coming soon…A Wedding Tale.

As blogged about a week ago, we recently wrapped our “Princess Bride”- inspired photoshoot featuring new Lauren Elaine Bridal gowns and accessories.  Here’s a couple of behind-the-scenes photos.  Model Jessica Minter made a perfect Princess Buttercup, and Big Bear Lake, CA provided a magical location. Stay tuned for more teaser’s and the entire editorial, THE

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Underwater Inspirations

I’ve never really been a huge fan of underwater fashion photography- mainly because I feel it’s usually too literal and without a purpose.  Fashion, simply shot underwater.  But these images are surreal, and magical.  A collection of my favorites.  I find the last two especially haunting…but maybe that’s just because I’ve always had an irrational

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