1800′s Wedding Gown Brought Back To Life

Mango Studios found a creamy vintage wedding gown from the 1800′s in a friend’s old trunk. Along with some romantic flowers from Stemz, and tiny trinkets from the past – the gown was brought back to life. Truly vintage and truly romantic. Don’t you think? There are so many more dreamy photos to see in the full image gallery that you must see.

Photographer: Mango Studios

Makeup & Hair: Ivy Lam
Floral Design: Stemz
Jewelry: Cynthia Findlay Antiques
Venue: Cherry Beach Toronto

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  1. 0. wahy says:

    sooo beautiful! really love it

  2. 0. Melissa says:

    this is STUNNING.WOW!

  3. 0. claire says:

    wow. She is gorgeous and that dress is absolutely perfect. I can’t believe it’s from the 1800′s!!

  4. 0. Sheila says:

    WOW! Gorgeous. If I could do it all over again…..

  5. 0. joey Kennedy says:

    Everything about this shoot drips with Romance! The photographers are really good and this session is breath-taking! Congrats to the photos and thanks to Wedding Chicks for running it!!!!!!

  6. 0. Anne-Marie says:

    I’m speechless. These are beautiful photos. I love love love them and I adore the gown.

  7. 0. Amy Costa says:

    These pictures are so amazing. Kudos to Mango Studios.

  8. 0. Amy-Jo Tatum says:

    Take it from an expert, the lace on this gorg frock is in surprisingly great condition. This post and gallery is fabuloso! Thanks for treat …

  9. Be still my little historians heart. What a fabulous find!

  10. 0. Caroline says:

    Wow, these images are unreal! I love the look and feel of the detail shots.

  11. 0. Shannon says:

    This is beyond dreamy.

  12. Wow- that’s such a gorgeous dress and shoot. That dress is in amazing condition.

  13. Just….stunning. The pics are fabulous, and the model couldn’t be more perfect for this shoot. Way to breathe new life into this lovely dress!

  14. SO Breathtaking! I am in love with antique and vintage wedding elements and that dress is no exception! Spectacular. I love it even more paired with the beautiful crown of flowers. I am definitely in love with vintage style and have incorporated more and more of it in my bridal accessories. I have gathered the materials to make a crown of handmade fabric flowers and now I have more beautiful inspiration. Thanks!

  15. 0. melanie says:

    So beautifully done! I love that you have been able to create a dreamy effect without blowing out the whole scene, the dress, etc. – stunning guys!

  16. 0. cecile says:

    wonderfull
    this dress is a typical tea dress party from the edwardian aera, 1910. remember Elena Bonham Carter in the movie “a room with a view “… a sweet dream …

  17. @MANGOSTUDIOS oh ours too and ALL of the shots from that session! http://t.co/0sC17Xxu

  18. 0. trish says:

    im looking for a wedding dress.the vil is made on the concept of the early 1800′s style.folded up on sides kindof dipping down a little in front with sheer veil.the gown has long very delicate lace sleeves with the v design at the end..the neckline is sheer.but has delicate lace bodice.does not show to much.it flows slightly fron the waistnot to form fitting,and it comes to the floor and wraps arounf.this is all in delicate lace overlay with satin underneath.the back of the dress looks like a bustle but its not.

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