Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Wedding editorial for Project Wedding.

The always-inspiring Chelsea asked me to collaborate with her on a bridal photo shoot with romantic, ballet-themed accents.

Lately I've been really intrigued by the two piece wedding dresses I've been seeing, so I designed a dress with two removable skirts. One is full length in tutu-pink tulle--it turns the whole ensemble into a ballgown...

 ...the other is a melon green silk organza mini with a wide waistband and transparent hem. You can just barely make out the hem of the ivory satin mini-dress underneath!

Silk flowers are from my collection -- the large floral headband in the first photo is from Twigs & Honey.

This was so fun to do, and our model Hannah was a peach to work with.

See the whole story over at Project Wedding.

Styling: Chelsea Fuss 

Hair and Makeup: Madeleine Roosevelt
All photos: Lisa Warninger


K.B. said...

Absolutely stunning. I love both skirts with the slip dress. Lovely work as usual! Simple and ethereal- very ballerina-like :)

Amy said...

What a wonderful idea - two skirts! I especially love the second one.

ever ours said...

so so beautiful!

Kendall A. said...

So beautiful :)

As a former ballerina, I would love, love, love to have a wedding dress that incorporates the designs of some of the old 1920s romantic tutus: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/72/Giselle_-Carlotta_Grisi_-1841_-2.jpg

Chelsea said...

Thanks, again!

Laina said...

so amazing. i love both these 2 piece outfits