Hello Honey Bride - Dannon

We are so excited to share our first Hello Honey bride for 2019, Dannon! When she put on this gown by Goddess By Nature, we knew it was the one!

It was perfect for her loft wedding in Spencer, Tennessee, and we just can’t get over all these gorgeous photos at Fall Creek Falls State Park. With its all over lace, illusion bodice and long sleeves, the Vivienne gown is sure to make a statement. Just scroll through these amazing photos and see for yourself!

Congratulations to our beautiful Hello Honey Bride, Dannon!

Photos by Cali Cheyenne Photography

Here Comes The Gown: Gabby

Gabby is a all over lace gown with long sleeves, a high neck, a low dramatic back and a colored underlay. You take one look at this gown and it says elegant and regal. Gabby would be perfect for the bride who loves Art Deco style (think The Great Gatsby).


Our dream venue for this gown would be a loft style venue with candles lining the aisle. We love idea of playing with shapes and props to create a unique backdrop to get married in front of similar to this moon with art deco detailing. We would suggest keeping flowers to a limit at this type of ceremony!


At the reception, we would mix lots of blacks, golds and crystal to create a gorgeous art deco tablescape. For floral arrangements, we love to idea of creating contrast against a dark table with vibrant flowers in reds and pinks.


For the cake, we suggest something graphic and sculptural playing into that art deco theme and mimicking the structure and lines in the Gabby Gown.


Interested in trying on this Calla Blanche gown? Schedule your appointment with us today!

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Here Comes The Gown: Paulette

Paulette is a satin sleeveless gown with a deep v neckline and ballgown silhouette. The natural waist is accentuated with a beaded belt. The belt detail is then carried into a gorgeous detailing in the straps on the back of the gown. This gown is a classic silhouette and style but has a modern twist with the plunging v neckline and bling detail on the back.


We could see this gown in a gorgeous outdoor vineyard wedding, an indoor ballroom/museum type venue or a classic church ceremony.


For this type of wedding, we would suggest keeping the flowers light and classic. We would use lots of greenery paired with white flowers from roses to hydrangea depending on the season of your wedding. The contract between the green and the white brings such an elegance and lush quality to the bouquet and tablescape.


Since the flowers are such a dramatic part of the design for this type of wedding, we believe in letting them shine but using a minimalist approach to decor in the reception area.


For the cake, we say keep it simple! A white cake with a little flowers or greenery can go a long way with this style of wedding. We also love the idea of going away from a traditional round cake by doing a square stacked tower. This type of cake brings something modern and fresh to the wedding cake!