As a floral designer, I have been dying to create a Christmas tree wedding gown! This year I have been working with my friends at Jennifer’s Bridal to create beautiful arrangements for their trunk shows. While I was talking to Amy one day, we discussed displaying the Christmas tree dress on one of their mannequins in their main window.
Now I get to share the gorgeous holiday display with all of you. I loved designing this floral display with locally grown branches from Christmas trees in Pennsylvania. Let me know what you think.
I decided to go with a high-low skirt created out of different varieties of pine and fir branches. The base dress is a stunning short, lace wedding dress by Pronovias. I think that it created the perfect bodice for this dress form Christmas tree.
To finish off the dress, I wrapped a fun red plaid ribbon around the waist of the mannequin and added a few trailing snowflakes. Isn’t this a fun idea for your winter wedding?!
If you’re in the Hockessin area or are shopping for your wedding gown, stop by Jennifer’s Bridal and check out this gown and all the other lovely bridal gowns.
Kristin had the brilliant idea to have a photo shoot on the day that she had her trial run for hair and make-up. Why hasn’t anyone thought to do this before?! It’s another excuse to get all dolled up and rock your bridal gown on a day other than your wedding day. Sweet!
She included her mother and maid of honor. They all dressed up in their gorgeous dresses to pose for a few pictures at the mother of the bride’s home. They told me that they took their prom pictures in the same place!
Kristin was stunning in her bridal gown from Irini’s Originals. Nicole Ferrara of Ferrara Photography is the talented person who captured this special moment. The hand-tied bouquets consisted of roses, tulips, carnations, dusty miller, and evergreens. I love these rustic winter bouquets!
Thank you for allowing me to be a part of this fun photo shoot. I wanted to congratulate Kristin on her wedding. She was a beautiful bride!