Jessie – Matt and Lena Photography

Jessie and Jonathan had the most beautiful destination wedding in Portugal.  I had the great pleasure of creating Jessie’s sister’s bridesmaid dresses.  These girls know how to rock a sequin gown, even when one of them was 9 months pregnant!

Cinnamon – BoXphotography

10689671_10153278574979097_7288982433347607721_nFor Cinnamon’s gorgeous fall wedding she wore a French lace tea length gown.  It had a fully gathered skirt with an illusion neckline, 3/4 length sleeves and satin gathered waistband.  To fit in with the vintage feel Cinnamon’s bridesmaids wore gunmetal grey pleated lace bodice and gathered chiffon dresses with a button detail down the front neckline.

Natalie – Lyn Ismael Photography


I think you will all figure this out quickly, Natalie had a nautical themed wedding! Natalie got married on a Tall Ship at the Toronto Harbour so nautical dresses were an obvious match. Natalie wore a cocktail length satin dress with navy ribbon accents, navy crinoline and the cutest anchor print buttons.  Natalie’s bridesmaids wore navy and white cotton dresses with an anchor print ribbon at the waist.

Natalie – A Simple Photograph

Gold Sequins close upI have anxiously been awaiting for someone to ask for sequin bridesmaid’s dresses and finally past bridesmaid client Natalie came to me for her gold sequin dresses. I was not disappointed in how they turned out although I am still finding gold sequins thru out my house. 5 bridesmaids, 5 different styles. Even a maternity dress because why can’t you rock a gold sequin dress when you are 7 months pregnant.

Natasha – Every Little Wonder Photography

greybridesmaids2Natasha’s bridesmaid’s wore steel grey long chiffon dresses in any style they wanted.  We also made co-ordinating men’s vests for the Best Man and Groomsmen.

Amber – Click Photography

pngAmber picked this gorgeous coral cotton sateen fabric for her bridesmaids and I love how the colour pops against the stonework at the Cambridge Mill.  I had a tough time finding the right beaded applique to add to the waist but determination always wins and I found a trim that worked perfectly! I added a matching coral gros-grain ribbon to the trim to make it look more like a ‘belt’ and it transformed the whole dress.


Meaghan – Richard Roth Photography

Meaghan chose a gorgeous champagne cotton sateen fabric for her bridesmaid’s dresses.  Since she had 8 bridesmaid’s we narrowed down a selection of necklines for them and let them each pick a neckline they felt comfortable in.  To keep the look consistent they all had pencil skirts with a back slit.  Meaghan also had 2 ladies stand up on the groom’s side so we made them matching dresses in the same fabric but in black.

Nicole – Crestina Photography

Nicole let her bridesmaids pick any style of dress they wanted once she had selected this soft peach colour for them.  Nicole also wanted to have some lace incorporated into their dresses to match her dress.  Nicole’s maid of honour decided on a lace off the shoulder bodice with a ruched chiffon skirt and her bridesmaid selected a boat neck bodice with 3/4 sleeves with a flowing chiffon skirt.

Kristen and Shane – Lori Studios

Kristen and her sister came to see me with their fabric in hand.  Kristen wanted each of her bridesmaid’s to pick their own style of dress to compliment their own body but kept the look consistent with them all being in the same fabric.  I love how the lace complimented the natural outdoor theme of the wedding.

Jennie – Sandra Mederios Photography

For my own wedding I designed cotton eyelet dresses for my bridesmaids.  They had a scoop neck with a natural waist and pleated skirt complete with pockets!  I wanted them to each have their own look so Rebecca added a black patent belt to her dress and I told them to wear any black shoe they loved.