In need of a little fabulous to get you through the week? This dramatic bridal styling shoot featuring wedding dresses by Elaya Vaughn Bridal ought to do the trick – there’s a sweetheart trumpet gown for the classic bride, a gold leaf fairy tale of a dress for the golden goddess, and a flame-red backless dress for the bombshell bride!
This talented team manages to embody an entirely different bridal look to match each gown. For the classic trumpet gown, the brooch adorned belt was picked up with a jeweled cuff and headpiece from The Left Bank. Softly waved curls and sweet, romantic makeup finished off the perfect look for a classically elegant bride.
A chic updo showed off the open back on the gold leaf gown. Delicate scrolling patterns on the illusion sleeves and scattered leaves on the tulle skirt created an ethereal look that isn’t lacking for any glamour! Filigree chandelier earrings draw the eye to the open back, while minimal gold-dusted makeup and soft berry lips add a hint of softness.
The fiery red gown is not for the faint of heart! The bold crimson color elevates a simple silhouette with a plunging back and sweeping chiffon skirt. To play up the drama of the look, sideswept curls created a gorgeous frame for rich, statement makeup. Boldly smokey eyes and a deep red lip beautifully balanced the eye-catching vibrance of the gown itself!
PHOTO CREDITS –
Photography by Elizabeth Nord Photography | Wedding Dresses by Elaya Vaughn Bridal | Bridal Makeup by Makeup By Jaycie | Jewelry designed by The Left Bank | Modeled by Lauren Dod
I really love the gold one! The detail of golden butterflies is so pretty…
Such beautiful detailing!
Thank you SO much for the feature, Ariana! So happy to be on Hey Wedding Lady! 🙂
That gold gown is inanely gorgeous!!!
Isn’t it!? I just love it!
Is that gold gown available anywhere?? I’ve look on the Elaya Vaughn website but can’t find it. What is the name of the gown?
Any direction would be greatly appreciated!
The gown is named Isolde and is available by special request. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can definitely make it available to you :).
Please note that because the pictured gown is made from an antique gold chantilly lace, it is one of a kind; it can be made in similar fabrics/colors.
I would contact Kate directly on the website if you’re interested in the gown! It’s called Isolde!
The gold gown is unbelievable!
Love the second gown!
WOW! What a stunning shoot! Thank you for the introduction to Elaya Vaughn. Her gowns are spectacular! I love, love, love the gold-leafed one.
These gowns are literally dripping with glamour!