Classy, romantic, and very, very pretty, this dress is perfect for brides looking for that strapless princess shape.
A structured bodice paired with a multi-layered tulle skirt is a dramatic shape, while the understated details give this gown an air of simplicity.
Exposed boning in the pearl satin bodice references the Victorian era, cinching the waist and supporting even large busts without being restrictive. The full, flattering shape of the ball-gown skirt is created by multiple layers of fine tulle and a medium length train, all lined with satin and a built-in petticoat. Satin-wrapped buttons and a zip close the back. Although the dress is big and bold, precise tailoring ensures it’s still light and comfortable to wear.
This dress can also be made in ivory satin (shown is pearl coloured matte satin).
Complement this dress with a pair of drop pearl earrings, and elbow length light champagne veil.
For an even more romantic look, wear two tiered short shoulder length veil if you would like to walk down the aisles with face lightly covered for the unveil ceremony.
Katie recommends wearing this dress as is. It is elegant and its multi-layered fine tulle makes this dress the dream of the princess in all of us.
Hera Couture wedding dresses are designed by Auckland-based Katie Yeung.
Katie Yeung believes that every woman, regardless of size, harbours an inner goddess, and by truly celebrating the feminine form with exquisite fabrics yours will be revealed.
Her designs are all about attention to intricate details that work for a woman’s body. Some draping here, some lightweight support there, to ensure the perfect fit. She want you to feel airy, confident, and utterly beautiful.
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