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WAVERLY: Mini Lookbook

Be a vision in tulle in the new “Waverly” gown from Lauren Elaine Bridal. A modern twist on a classic style, shop this tea-length chiffon, tulle, and metallic brocade gown and download a copy of our new mini “Waverly” lookbook  here!    (Model: Sabyr Omens |  Photography & Post by ULE Digital )  

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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Wedding Bells: Continued…

Here’s another teaser look at the gown I posted about in WEDDING BELLS.  Saturday’s wedding was picture-perfect, and I can’t wait to share more images soon…

Wedding Bells

On Saturday, I’ll have the privilege of witnessing one of my custom bridal gowns make it’s walk down the aisle.  I’m completely in love with this creation.  A true princess gown, with a unique vintage throw-back feel.  Encrusted with over 1000 swarovski crystal stones and tiny pearls, it’s sparkly, elegant, and definitely one of my

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Chantilly Lace

In honor of the soon-to-be-released “Princess Bride”-inspired wedding editorial featuring ‘Lauren Elaine Bridal’- I thought  I’d share a few snapshots of a recently-completed custom bridal creation.  While we normally don’t post too many photos of the custom designs we’re working on, I couldn’t resist.  I’m in love with this dress. It’s a tea length, 1950’s

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