A well-known wedding photographer, I’m a huge fan of Natasha’s work. Although we have serviced some of the same brides, our paths never actually crossed before she came for a consultation. I was a bit nervous, but we got on like a house on fire and well, the rest is history. I’ve got to admit, when Natasha secured my services, I felt so honoured. She works with some of the most amazing service providers in the industry and yet, she chose me to make her dream dress. It was both humbling and a huge compliment. Especially coming from such a talented photographer.
As for her dress, it was absolutely gorgeous. Simple yet striking, it had a very light nude base. We layered the bodice with ivory Chantilly lace and then applied a wide Victorian-type border in a semi-circle fashion all along her waist. It also featured spaghetti straps and buttons on the back. The skirt was understated and elegant. We actually made it from Georgette and not chiffon, since the aforementioned hangs heavier, creating a streamlined look.
The end result was simply stunning. She obviously doesn’t just know how to take a pretty picture, but she makes for one too.