Photography by S1 Studio
Headpieces and gowns: Amy-Jo Tatum Bridal Couture
Make-up Artist: Nida Nafees 
Hair: Dana Faulkner
Models: Shauna Yonan
Corinne Doherty
Olay! A mantilla paired up with a lace dress to match can say old world traditional and sexy all at once.

The Vintage Chic Bombshell-Above:A strapless silk dupion and chiffon gown topped off with a Venise-lace trimmed pancake hat circa 1940s with cage veil.

Below: A Chanel neck treatment of multiple strands of pearls gives this Silk dupioni dress a real 1940s look. Added touches: the point d'espirit and hand rolled silk rose headpiece.

Another vintage classic, the silk taffeta sheath above is accented with silk flowers, dappled petals on the train and a Chantilly lace bodice.

What could go more bridal than a classic ballgown silhouette? Layers of white cotton tulle skirt over yards of crinoline beneath. Chantilly lace bodiice backed with pastel blue satin makes the floral motifs on this bodice really pop . . .

Classic and modern: A traditional silk and lace sheath with a sleek and contemporary down do. Why go for a veil when your hair could be your crowning glory . . . ?

Boho's back.  The floral head wreath, lace and tulle conjure that waif look reminiscent of A Mid-Summer Night's Dream, fairy tales, and wood nymphs . . .

Be a 1950s bombshell in this organza and lace hourglass with a halter and generous splash of petticoat
Why not add some edge to your bridal look with a Chantilly lace jabot and jaunty gaucho hat? Black and white polka dots really cinch the look . . . .
The right accessories always offer the perfect finish.  Glam girls love the sparkle of silver and gold right down to the toes . . . .