Dum Dum DuDum...

Elizabeth Dye has been circling the blogging world for a while now due to her beautiful handmade wedding bolero jackets, and we've all been drooling. But wait! There's more! Now Elizabeth is releasing her Spring 2010 wedding dress collection lookbook and we have something brand new, and just as lovely, to talk about! Seriously, they're beautiful. What bride doesn't want a one of a kind dress, handmade, for less than $1000?! Really, you can't beat it and she seems to be sweet to boot. I've never been one for less-than-floor-length wedding gowns, but Elizabeth may have changed my mind:

Every dress is so delicate and feminine!

I'm a little obsessed with the model's wedding hair: the style and the feathery bit!
Now drum roll please......

I think if I were getting married tomorrow, I'd pick this dress, for sure! Isn't is amazing?? It's everything from the small embellishments at the waist to the sheer layers of the skirt to the strapless sweetheart neckline. The perfect dress {for me} is simple, yet interesting in the details. *Sigh* This is definitely one for the "Dream" files.

Elizabeth is an independent clothing designer living and working in Portland, Oregon where she also has a free-standing shop called The English Dept.

{Elizabeth Dye via Cup of Jo}


Courtney said...

Love that second one! The lace is just adorable. I think I'm sold on shorter wedding dresses. I'd definitely be the bride tripping down the aisle in a floor length gown.

Verse Chorus Fade said...

Omigosh... I'm digging the headband thingy in that second row. Adorable!

Sarah Klassen said...

BEAUTIFUL! I adore the 2nd + 3rd examples...they are so lovely :)

I hope you are having a great week. Thank you, also, for your kind comments!