Bohemian Wedding Dress: How to recreate your perfect wedding dress
Posted June 14, 2018 06:13:40 Bohemians have always had the unique gift of custom made wedding dresses.
But this wedding set from Australia has gone one step further, by creating customised dresses for the whole of Europe.
Aussie wedding photographer Ben Wiebe has created a whole range of vintage wedding dresses, with every single detail carefully selected and designed for every client.
The vintage dresses are so intricate that each bride has to create a new gown to make them look as perfect as possible.
They have a traditional feel, but also have some modern touches like lace appliques and lace edging.
Ben Wiebie says the result is a unique collection that makes every bride look fabulous.
“We had to create something that is really unique for each client, so we had to think about what they wanted,” he said.
“The dress we have is very simple and straightforward, and we have a lot of detail that will be perfect for the bride to wear.”
You can’t have a dress without a bridesmaids skirt, or a little bit of sparkle in the skirt, and a little bow in the back.
“It’s a very simple dress, and you can’t just add anything.
So you have to find a piece of fabric that is very, very simple.”
Ben Wiesbie’s unique vintage wedding dress collection.
Source: Ben Wiesbe.co.nzThe bride who wanted to create her own vintage wedding gowns has created this vintage wedding set for the entire world.
She wanted to capture the beautiful moments in her life, and the uniqueness of her wedding dress.
Betsy, a 30-year-old bride from Sydney, wanted to dress up in a vintage wedding suit that looked very different from her traditional wedding dress which was white.
She said she had to “do a bit of research” before choosing the vintage wedding wedding dress because it is so unique.
“I really love the vintage, and I really love that I can go on this journey with this dress,” she said.
Her first attempt at creating a vintage dress went well and she said she loved the attention to detail.
It’s hard to believe that a bride in this day and age can spend hours on a piece like this, she said, but she was able to capture her wedding memories on a digital camera.
After she finished the digital wedding, she decided to make her own, and said she wanted to give it a try for the rest of her life.
“My intention is to give the same feeling of that day, but I also wanted to show off the dresses as well as the guests, and hopefully that will help someone else,” she explained.
As a wedding photographer, Ben Wiedbe said he had no qualms about using vintage clothing and the unique detail of vintage dresses for his clients.
He said he wanted to “create something unique for every bride”.
“It really is very unique, and it really brings people together,” he added.
Bride Betsy wears her vintage wedding skirt, lace applique, and lace accent in a custom vintage wedding outfit.
Source.au The vintage dresses cost about $5,000, but if you want to make the whole set for less, you can get a vintage bridal veil.
And you can even get a custom tailored wedding dress for less than $300, and get your own vintage brides maids skirt.
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