Thursday, March 20, 2014


 Here are a few of my own versions of the LWD.  While some bridal designers claim these pieces are great for rehearsal dinners, bridal showers and as a reception option not to mention wearing it again after the big day, I can see these pieces  'workin it 'at the more informal or city hall wedding.  But wait! I have to add another event they're great for to the list: they make wonderful anniversary dresses.  Pictured above is Natalie who recently celebrated her fifth in a LWD  I made up in embroidered linen.  We did a photo shoot for Bride Chic in downtown San Francisco with Natalie and her hubby, Dave.  What better way to spend an anniversary than recreating all those memories of being a bride and groom . . . .? 
 Here Natalie is head to knees in tulle with the perfect touch for a city wedding--short white gloves . . .
The POLLY Dress is a short and sassy taffeta with contrasting black tulle underskirts.  Great for an after the wedding spring cocktail party . . .
Another spring option--Taffeta and embroidered organza make for this lovely short Little White Dress

All dresses by Amy-Jo Tatum
Header Photos and Photos 2and 3 by Dominic Colacchio Photography
Photos 5 and 6 copyright Bride Chic


debbie MAXWELL said...

Hey friend. Why don’t you go for designer wedding dresses? There are infinite ways in which designers can give an exclusive touch to your gown blending some patterns for providing the proficient product.
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Sam said...

I think these are super chic and very wearable and easy to move around in.