Yes, you read that correctly, our next bride's wedding dress is completely DIY. For those who just love to sew and of course have some skills - you might want to consider making your own wedding gown. Not only will you get the perfect fit, you'll also be able to choose your own fabric.
Being able to do that is a big plus, since many women end up settling for what they can find at a store, rather than creating exactly what they want without spending a lot. Of course, you must be an excellent seamstress to take on this challenge, but we think this bride did a top notch job. You can see more of the dress by clicking here, enjoy these photographs by NYC wedding photographer Ayenia Nour.
The shoot takes place in the modern style park in the air “The Highline,” located in New York City. The park is built on the railroad that goes through the buildings on West Side, including the Meatpacking district, which has a great combination of vintage style buildings and amazing modern style architecture. We have actually had the privilege of taking a stroll through this unique NYC landmark.
Photographer: Ayenia Nour
Hair & Makeup: DIY by the bride Dress Designer: Emma B.-the bride Jewelry: This 'n That Vintage Store
Shoe Designer: Jessica Simpson
Prop or Furniture Rentals: New York Vintage.com
Location: The HighLine Park NYC
Umbrella: This n'That Antique Store
Hat Box: New York Vintage Shoes: Jessica Simpson