Original Wedding Gowns
The simple wedding gown has a lace overdress, to mimic a reversed train.
I used a picture, that the bride had chosen, to design and create this Renaissance wedding gown. I added a few changes that she wanted and had bought trim for.
This is a wedding gown fashioned from a picture that we saw on the internet. The wedding was all black and white, with the bride in red. The train all bustled into the back of the skirt!
A very colorful wedding dress, inspired by a design from a Star Wars movie. I did the dyeing, as well as the construction.
This is a Renaissance-style royal blue crushed velvet wedding dress, designed and created for a Colorado bride.
Wedding Gown Alterations
I do many alterations to wedding gowns, such as taking in side seams, shortening shoulder straps, making necklines more snug, adjusting hems, moving the skirt up at the waist, even creating a corset back that laces, instead of zipping.