In my experience working with brides I find they either totally love tulle or absolutely can't stand it.  I ask you though, what could be more bridal than a cloud of soft tulle?  Defined, tulle is that fine mesh netting with a hexagonal pattern that comes in silk, cotton, nylon or acrylic silk for power netting.  Tulle, aka illusion, is familiar because its the standard material for bridal veils.  Did you know it also comes in lighter versions and is used in bouffant skirts?  The ones here give off that romantic look evoking ballerinas and Boho princesses.
 Above the skirt is made of silk tulle with a Chantilly lace bodice.  A matching pouf of tulle is worn to the side of the head . . .
 Ahhhhhh! The many uses of tulle.  Above is a tulle A-line strapless dappled in organza roses with a matching tulle wrap.  Below: Perfect for spring! A tulle picture hat dappled with silk florals
All gowns and headpieces by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride
Photos copyright by Bride Chic
Models: Jocelyn, Tracey, Natalie and Brooke