Accessorizing your wedding gown
Many times a bride goes shopping for wedding gowns, there is a slight chance she might not find the perfect gown.. In her mind, something is always missing, either the sleeves are too short or too long, the neckline needs to be lowered, skirt needs to be fuller and the list goes on. She could go from one store to the next spending countless hours to find the" Wow" gown or something close to it. Don't ever panic if that ever happens to you, just think of some creative ideas while you are trying on these gowns and see how you can add embellishments to enhance the look.
Like my client Maritza in this picture who bought this gorgeous strapless gown and wanted to add a 1920's inspiration feel to it. She went and bought a couple of yards of feather fringe and a rhinestone sash to create the look she wanted. At Lordana studio, the process began by using the feathers fringe yardages cut into two shoulder straps, infused a couple of layers together to give the straps fullness by using snaps to attach them to the front and back of the gown. The feathers being a whiter shade, actually added a nice contrast to the off white gown. The rhinestone sash belt was sewn to the gown waistline for stability to keep the center piece in place.
Everything turned out to be beautiful and she looked beautiful in the gown when she was walking down the aisle. Remember, there is always a solution for everything. You just have to stay calm and let your creativity flow when shopping for your wedding gown.
Guerda Pierre (Lordana)