Category Archives: couture
Gorgeous, fun, unusual…does this describe what you want to wear on your wedding day?
Perhaps one of these unique, custom-made wedding gowns will be perfect for you!
Carnival inspired wedding dress by Patterns Optional
Fairytale inspired cotton wedding dress by Wedding Dress Bridal
Steampunk victorian wedding gown by Chrisst
Bohemian wedding gown by Kata Kovacs
Corset wedding gown by Wedding Dress Fantasy
18th century style wedding gown by Miss Lisa 1867
Wedding dress with vintage kimono fabric by Shantique
Happy Wedding Wishes,
This month’s WedEclectic giveaway is hosted by:
She creates upcycled art – fabulous hats, fascinators, hat pins, neckties, boutonnieres, jewelry, wristlets…the list goes on and on! They would be perfect accessories for your unique wedding, or for wearing a different one everyday.
Take a look at some of her designs…. : )
For your wedding…
To embellish your hats or hair…
She has graciously offered an Orange Blossom Fascinator, a $30 value.
This giveaway will run until midnight, March 31st, but don’t wait!
Your initial entries will be accepted for:
A comment including your favorite item from delightworthyn ART/wares shop
Extra entries for comments indicating that you: (Please include your email, handle, etc for verification & contacting you when you win!)
Heart delightworthyn ART/wares shop
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The giveaway is open worldwide.
The winner will be chosen randomly, verified, and contacted on April 1st via email with the good news!
The wedding dress has inspired women for generations…most assuredly what it will look like but most definitely white.
The thing is…white is a recent phenomenon! With the advent of Queen Victoria’s marriage to Prince Albert in 1840 one of the greatest love stories of all time took the imaginations of women by storm, and the Queen wore white thus setting the fashion for years to come.
It used to be that women would wear their best dress to wed in – no matter the colour. In the 1400’s blue was considered to be the colour of purity.
Today we see a happy mix of styles, colours and textures to choose from for our wedding day. Many women are choosing dresses that are versatile enough to be worn again for other occasions.
Here is a small sample of what you can find out there for yourself from vintage to rock star to simple beauty…
>I cannot say much about Kat Swank’s Liaison shop that could even come close to doing her work justice. She is an offbeat designer of the highest couture level.
Beautiful, stunning, artistic and phenomenal are just a few of the words that come to mind when looking through her shop.
If i could do it all over again I might base my entire bridal outfit on one of her head pieces…