Thank you to Sasithon Photography for sharing these photos with us of our bride Miranda in her Anjolique gown. The images were just stunning!
Photographs by Sasithon Photography. Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful photos of our brides! They looked amazing. Congratulations again to Meghan and Shannon.
December 12th, 2012
November 30th, 2012
October 17th, 2012
A little bit about the couple: We met in Spain while we were studying abroad and became friends. When we both moved to Manhattan after graduating from college a year later, we met again and had a summer of parties, outdoor concerts and great friends. In the fall, Arthur got a promotion and was transferred to Los Angeles. We were bi coastal for a year and then Arthur was transferred again, this time to Miami. I soon followed and we have lived together on the beach ever since.
Danielle’s search for the perfect wedding gown: I wanted to wear a hot pink Herve Leger dress until my mother put her foot down and insisted on white. I walked past the White Gown on my way to school everyday and decided to pop in on a break. To my pure luck, they had a dress that reminded me of what I was looking for but in “Bridal Ivory”. My dress is amazing, it made me feel so secure and beautiful. I wish all of my clothes could feel like that.
September 12th, 2012
A little bit about proposal: David and I got engaged the day before valentines day at my parents’ house. We fell in love early in our relationship and he truly swept me off my feet! I feel he is my best friend; he always keeps me smiling and laughing! He is selfless by always putting my needs before his own and for that I am always trying to find ways to spoil him. I am truly blessed to have him as mine!
Jennifer’s search for the perfect wedding gown: I began at The White Gown, fell in love with “The” dress – Enzoani Fabi, but continued to search at other places. I was hesitant in thinking it was that easy to find the perfect dress. After several months (and several other bridal stores) I returned to The White Gown, tried my Fabi on again and cried! That was it – that was MY dress! The Staff at the white gown always made me feel such at ease; they tended to my every need and concern. They did not let me down at all!
Fave moment on her wedding day: My favorite moment of my wedding was seeing my husband at the end of the aisle at Church and once he grabbed my hand, he didn’t let go for the rest of the ceremony. My other favorite moment was during the reception, all our family and friends dancing with our band, having an amazing time. I was SO happy to see everyone enjoying themselves, the music and celebrating our love!
A bit about your vendors: All of our vendors were great, honest and worked hard into making our day fabulous.
Bridal Gown: The White Gown (That’s us!!) A perfect experience for my perfect dress! Thank you!
Tuxedo: Robert’s Tuxedos http://robertstuxedo.com/
Makeup and Hair: Hair – Jillian at Christina’s Hair. Makeup – by the Fabulous Makeup by Rosalba
Photographer: JeRevele – Natalie and Cate were amazing! http://www.jerevele.com
Venue: Beckwith Pointe http://www.beckwithpointe.com/
Flowers: Jerome’s Florist http://www.jeromeflorist.com/ Tess was awesome!
Band: http://www.stolenmoments.com/ We were BEYOND thrilled with our band Stolen Moments !! Amazing!! Every guest young and old raved about them during and after the wedding. They were phenomenal
September 5th, 2012
Photography by Nathaniel Johnston
I cannot help but get emotional when I look at all of the amazingly beautiful images from Colette and Joe’s wedding. I met Colette at a meeting for student apparel and design association at Michigan State University about 9 years ago but it was not until we had all of our classes together at FIT that we really got to know one another well. Along with our two dear friends Lisa and Angi, we bonded over extreme sleep deprivation, crazy professors and getting lost beneath yards and yards of fabric. Alas, we made it through. While we all supported one another, I know that Joe’s support was most important to Colette throughout the intensive year program.
It is hard to know where to begin or to end when talking about Joe and Colette as it seems as though they have always been a couple and I know that their love will last a lifetime. They have something extremely special, something that most people look to as an example and an aspiration. They bask in one another’s goofiness and constantly show those around them how much they mean to them. They are two of the kindest people I have ever met and it made me so proud and so happy to see them walking down the isle together after seven years, no eight…errr who’s counting!? ; )
Joe and Colette’s love is evident in each and every photo and I could not imagine a more amazing photographer than Amy Carroll to capture the joy, goofiness, love and everything in between!
Photographs by Amy Caroll Photography
About Renee and Pete:
Pete and I met in Texas. I was still in college and Pete was active duty in the Army.. We met through mutual friends, and were admittedly a little shy about getting into a relationship. But, once we started dating, we just never stopped. Six years later, we were living together in New York when Pete proposed to me on a weekend trip at the Mohonk Mountain House in early December.
Renee’s search for her perfect gown:
I was never one to obsess over wedding dresses, but I did always know I wanted something classic and romantic– and gorgeous! Turns out, I didn’t really have to look all that hard. I had been to the White Gown once before, to help a friend with her final fitting and taking her dress home. After browsing the site and blog, I came across the Valentine’s Day Love Story contest, and immediately entered. I continued browsing online, and didn’t think about it again– until I won second place! I didn’t find the perfect dress right away, but each dress I tried was more promising than the last.. Then, on my third trip, the very last dress I tried on was the Enzoani I was meant to wear. My mother and sister where there with me, and the choice was unanimous..
Renee’s Favorite Moment:
One of my favorite moments was our pinata hitting out in the venue’s coutryard. The groom and I each took turns before opening it up to the kids. By the time we hung up the second pinanta, the adults were getting in on the action. I have fantastic pictures of each of my Bridesmaids, in heels, taking a whack at a paper mache star.
Another favorite moment was eating dinner at the reception. It was so nice to have a “normal” moment together after the ceremony. Family and friends would come up and say hi, and we were both a little anxious, but it was so nice to sit at a table alone, in the front of the room and just take everything in for a moment.
A bit about Renee and Pete’s vendors:
My vendors were each phenomenal in there own way. The Federation provided the perfect backdrop, the Salt Lick wowed our guests with their food, and the day only came together with the help of Ruthie, my coordinator, and her team. My photographer and videographer captured all the right moments to create a beautiful story we can look back on forever. The cakes, the flowers, the bar staff, the music– it was all perfect for our day.
Bridal Gown: The White Gown (That’s us!!)
Tuxedo: Tuxedo by Giovanni (www.tuxonline.com)
Makeup and Hair: Kandy Glass, Danielle Barr (http://facekandy.com/)
Photographer: Magan Blasig (http://urbangrey.com/)
Venue: Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs (http://themansion.info/)
Flowers: Ralph at The Flower Bucket (www.theflowerbucket.com/)
Catering: The Salt Lick (www.saltlickbbq.com)
Wedding Cake: Michelle’s Patisserie (www.michellespatisserie.com)
Invitations: Jessica Mottola (www.jessicatunemottola.com)
Coordinator: Ruthie Evans Broughton (www.blueboxevents.com)
We have known Dana ever since her sister Alexis came in to our shop to look for her wedding gown, actually we have had the pleasure to meet most of the family We were glad to see her familiar face back in our store to find her wedding gown as well, and so she did! Her beautiful Fabi gown by Enzoani. We were so excited to see her photos in our Mailbox. Here they are for you to enjoy as well.
Photography by Joseph Lin Photography