Etsy Weddings Interview.

Stricken by wedding dress indecision? Can't decide whether to go custom or buy off the rack? Check out this post on the Etsy Weddings blog: three bridal designers (including me!) weigh in with their best advice.

The New Collection.

Vertigo. Silk crepe de chine.

Flutter sleeve detail.
Spellbound. Silk crepe, Alençon lace.

The Lady Vanishes. Silk crinkle chiffon, silk charmeuse.
Double strap detail.
Topaz. Ivory silk crepe back satin, guipure lace.

Notorious. Blush Chantilly lace, silk organza.

The Bold Italic.

The Bold Italic is a smashing San Francisco city magazine with a focus on local style and culture. I'm so thrilled to be featured in their latest issue, SF By Design. Mariah, the winsome young lady in the upper right on the cover, had me custom make her a dress using some special vintage fabric from her stash. Fun! Get your issue here.

Beatrix cuts a rug.

Photo: A Girl in Love Photography
Kristine wore my Beatrix as her "dance dress" (I think every bride needs one). Check out her charming Michigan farm wedding, featured today on 100 Layer Cake!

new things...

I'll be debuting a new dress collection next week...can't wait to show you "the new girls." Stay tuned!

Hello, Spellbound.

New for 2012. 

Giselle takes flight.

Check out this dashing inspiration shoot inspired by the glamour of '60s era aviation. Everthine Bridal Boutique collaborated with photographer Olivia Gird and Ambiance Chic Wedding Designs to style up the Quonset Air Museum in Rhode Island. Such a great concept -- my Giselle dress loved being part of it. See all the photos over on Ruffled.

Just a little new thing I'm working on.

Don't worry, it's not a bridal belly shirt. It will go all the way down. Silk crepe + Alençon lace = double nice. Excited about this one.

Bridal Styling with Lovely L.A. on Green Wedding Shoes!

Need bridal styling advice? Watch this great little video featuring Lovely L.A.'s Merrill and my "For Emily" dress!

Love that Lanie.

Check out this whip-smart feature on bridal fashion in New York Weddings Magazine, featuring advice from Lovely owner Lanie List (yours truly gets a mention, too!).