1. Angel Sanchez Spring 2017 Bridal Collection

    • Angel Sanchez Spring 2017 Bridal Collection See the full collection at http://storyboardwedding.com/angel-sanchez-wedding-dress-spring-2017-bridal-collection/
    • Angel Sanchez Spring 2017 Bridal Collection See the full collection at http://storyboardwedding.com/angel-sanchez-wedding-dress-spring-2017-bridal-collection/

    During each bridal market there is one designer who I am eager to see most above the others. This designer is, in every possible best way, the outlier. With a background in architecture, his designs always play by their own set of rules, rules that trickle down to unique fabric choices, structure and pattern creation. An Angel Sanchez wedding dress is easily one of the more identifiable gowns from afar, almost never confused for anyone's else design. Angel Sanchez's Spring 2017 Bridal Collection was inspired by a spring morning, as such, toying with pale blues in places that echo the early morning sky. What I always love to see about an Angel Sanchez wedding dress however is what unique details he will conceive of that create something otherworldly. In his spring 2017 collection there were one element I could not get enough of, what I will lovingly refer to as puzzle piece designs. These line breaks that created either the bodice of a sheer long sleeve wedding dress or those that made up the paisley teardrop sheer back of another, it is a detail point uniquely Angel. My favorite above all however is the very last dress shown below. An Angel Sanchez wedding dress that, when seen in person, was literally everything. A high neckline of the Victorian era...

  2. Anna Campbell Gossamer Collection Featuring Unique Custom Wedding Dress Options

    Having almost unfettered access to the world, and all the beauties that it holds, is both a blessing and a curse! Nowadays it is so easy to fall deep in love with a wedding dress designer only to find out they are in some far off land and no one around for thousands of miles carries them. You're convinced you've found the one, you know it in your heart, but can you really, truly, buy her without at least lacing her up just once... Australian wedding dress designer Anna Campbell has been one of these coveted designers that has lead to more then a few brides from around the world who take just that kind of a leap of faith. With an ever growing fan base of loyalists, Anna sought to find a way to make her brand that much more accessible, not just for the lucky Australians! As such, the Gossamer Collection was born. Working with some of Anna Campbell's all time favorite designs, Anna tweaked the collection to create a customization mix & match experience that allowed each bride to play designer. Base gowns come in the form of 'Ashlyn', 'Tash' and 'Carolina' just to name a few, offer up a range of customizable options, including...

  3. Paolo Sebastian 2016 Autumn – Winter Couture Wedding Dress Collection ‘Snow Maiden’

    There are some designers that just simply seem to do it for me collection after collection, Paolo Sebastian being among those. With a design house that favors sheer fabrics that would make the bold blush beet red paired with stunning hand stitched embroidery work that make the most renaissance of artist's heart skip a beat, it's easy to see why they are a leading favorite within the industry. Paolo Sebastian's latest iteriation of winter couture wedding dresses is a love letter to winter brides inspired by Slavic folktales of a winter empress. Correcting a long standing depression in winter bridal wear, the line serves as an enchanting poem volley to brides brave enough to tackle dips in temperature. Rewarded for their bravado, brides are met with a winter couture wedding dress collection that features intricate hand-sewn snowflakes, opulent folk embroideries, and delicate crystal embellishment illustrations. Overall the collection toes the line between pale winter blues and embolden shades of burgundy & black, a welcome look into winter wedding dresses inspired by the vibrant colors of the season. Hem lines dance...

  4. ‘The Nightingale’ Paolo Sebastian Spring Summer 2015-2016 Bridal Collection

    I seek out those that raise above, that literally craft a dream. In that vein, for sometime now I have been lusting after Australian based wedding dress designer Paolo Sebastian. To put it frankly, his designs are not like the others you see, they are works of art that you simply will not see on the bride next to you, they will be yours and yours alone. His freshest collection, Paolo Sebastian Spring Summer 2015-2016, was inspired by the nightingale and the enchanting call they omit that captivates us so deeply. To express this in dress form, designer Paul Vasileff articulated his vision into hand sketched embroideries that are brought to life on sheer paneling while other pieces feature metallic feather embellishments that are as much rock'n'roll as they are breathtaking romance. The collection toys with a couple hemlines variances with a certain stand out in the form of the illusion tulle ballerina gown featuring the most stunning of periwinkle floral embroideries. Another star within the collection is a simple silk fishtail gown, which I am sure is lovely, but showcases perhaps one of the most gorgeous capes crafted of Hallette beaded lace that I have ever seen...