While this is the last official post of GWS dress week, the eye candy doesn’t have to end! We have so many gorgeous features lined up and more pretty dresses coming your way as we head into spring!
For today’s feature, it was all about 70s fashion! Inspired by the idea of brides being true to themselves and making choices that really reflect their personality, Merrill + Tim from The Melideos dreamt up an editorial where unique bridal style would be highlighted in a super fun way. Merrill says, When we saw the Rue De Seine dresses we immediately imagined this woodland fairy boho bride from the 70s. And then add in the new gorgeous gowns from Carol Hannah’s Alchemist collection and we knew we had created this bold, gypsy, free-spirit bride. This girl is not afraid of color, she doesn’t stick to traditional ideals if she doesn’t want to, she dares to be different, and we love showing that you can do all of these things and still be a bride!
It’s no big secret that we think boho dresses are tops! So below, we’ve put together a fun shopping guide filled with perfect boho finds for the bride, bridesmaids or wedding guests:
The props + furniture from Patina Rentals were a perfect match for the shoot space with its rad stained glass windows + architectural details! Pure boho glam, if you ask us!
Thanks so much to the talented team below for sharing their vision with us today! Are any brides-to-be out there wearing a Rue De Seine or Carol Hannah dress? Or just a bohemian gown in general? Do tell!
We hope you guys enjoyed dress week at GWS and are inspired to make your wedding day ensemble a unique reflection of your personal style!
photography: The Melideos // rentals: Patina // model: Alissa // dresses: Rue De Seine (2 gowns + 1 twig headpiece) borrowed from Lovely Bride New York, Carol Hannah (3 gowns, gold/pearl headpieces, druzy belt) // crystal tiara: Flight of Fancy
That second dress is a dream! I’d love to wear something like that.
SO MUCH GOLD! I am wearing a rue de seine dress for my big day this summer! <3
WOW! I would love to live in this room forever please
So much beauty , Grats !