Things are about to get very autumnal around here! Believe me, I am trying to hold on to the last days of summer as much as anyone, but we can’t fight it for much longer, fall is right around the corner! So to get you geared up and ready we couldn’t resist sharing the story of Emma & Tom, two cool cats from Boston who were looking to make their wedding fun, quirky and unique.
Happy Monday Folks! I have been so excited to share this pretty darn awesome shoot with you today! It features the most amazing black and white stripe bridal gown, I can’t even…!
We knew we had fallen in love with Federica Bruno the minute we saw this…
This ladies and gents is Federica’s floating wedding dress at A Most Curious Wedding Fair ealier this year.
So we just had to introduce you to her because we know that you will fall in love with her and her amazing creations just as we have.
Over to you Federica…
(Veil by Lucy Hayes)
The night before Jane’s wedding to Mr Rochester in Charlotte Bronte’s ‘Jane Eyre’, Jane’s wedding veil iory s ‘rent in two parts’ and flung on the floor and trampled on by the insane Bertha. Jane states, “….there, on the carpet I saw the veil, torn from top to bottom in two halves”. The passage goes on to read: ‘I felt Mr Rochester start and shudder; he hastily flung his arms round me. “Thank God!” he exclaimed, “that if anything malignant did come near you last night, it was only the veil that was harmed”. Thus we are introduced to the concept of evil intent and the protective association of the wedding veil.