Post # 61
I sent her an email explaning the dress I want and she gave me a quote which lasted for a month or so. In the quote it showed the price [1,750], which colors, and fabric would be used. I then sent her my measurements and gave her over half of the payment. She would send me an email which would connect to the online payment. She’s super nice and responds in a timely maner.
This gown is a replica from Lena Hoscheck designs. Lena wanted over 4,300 and I didn’t have that kind of money. That’s when I emailed Tova and wrote her my situation. Asking her questions about it being replicated and such.
Post # 62
My wedding dress will be red (and my reception/dancing dress will be either blush or champagne). Below is what I’m wearing (not my dress but very similar).
Post # 63
My dress! I definitely wanted something different but yet somewhat traditional in style. I love it
The dressmaker is LaceMarry on Etsy
Post # 64
Mine is champagne with gold and silver sequins
Post # 65
I’m wearing a convertible dress in a coral color that I bought of Etsy. I love convertible dresses. I probably won’t decide how I’ll wear it until the day of.
Post # 67
That dress is amazing! Where did you buy it?
Post # 69
That dress is so incredibly beautiful. If i were to wear a short dress for my wedding this would be it! WOW!
Post # 71
- Wedding: September 2014 - lotusresidence.com
Thanks! I’m currently living in Singapore so I got it at a local bridal boutique called Belle+Tulle. You can check out the Anne Barge website for their store locations. Mine is the Osmonde gown from the La Fleur couture collection Spring 2014. If you like the color, I believe all gowns from that collection come in buttercream! Here’s a video of the runway show 🙂 http://youtu.be/GiLQVa-TPU0
Post # 72
Mine is champagne with ivory lace overlay. This is our second wedding too, and I think this dress is the perfect mix of classy/traditional/second-wedding-appropriate.