Joanne – Tamara Lockwood Photography

Joanne’s wedding dress was a perfect destination wedding dress.  Her flowing chiffon skirt with lace straps and an open back was exactly what was needed for a beach wedding.


Caitlin – Stephen Andrews Photography

Caitlin’s dress is a stunning example of less is more.  Her dress, made in a gorgeous double knit, was super simple in the front with an amazing cut out back finished with a covered button closure.


Kathleen – Erik Hornung Photography

kathleenmatt-752  Kathleen’s style was very classic with just a hint of sparkle and that is exactly what we gave her. We went with a modified sweet-heart neck, a-line gown in a gorgeous beaded Alencon lace. We accented her waist with a champagne satin rhinestone sash and of course a covered button closure at the back. What really finished the whole look was Kathleen’s amazing cathedral length lace trimmed veil!

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.


ShawnaShawna wore a bias cut silk charmeuse slip dress with rhinestone appliques on the shoulder and a low slung rhinestone belt.  To complete her wedding day look instead of a traditional veil we made a tulle headband with rhinestone trim which suited Shawna’s look perfectly! 

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.

Theresa – Herakovic Photography

MG_0460 I think it is pretty obvious Theresa had a 50’s themed wedding and I have to say she would have totally rocked the 50’s! She wanted to have her shoulders covered for the ceremony so we created this lace jacket that went over top her ruched sweetheart strapless bodice. To accent the waist we added a black satin ribbon that helped hold the lace jacket on. Of course you can’t have a 50’s dress without a full circle skirt which Theresa added her own black crinoline too. For the reception off came the lace jacket and her strapless dress was ready for party mode.  You can see more pictures of Theresa’s wedding in the Wedding Trends Bridal magazine.

Kristen – Up In the Clouds Photography

i-RFwnJQM-LI am always a big fan of silk chiffon and then to pair it with a gorgeous beaded alencon lace and I am a pretty happy dress maker. To me Kristen’s wedding dress was the perfect mix of romance and glamour. She wore a pleated silk chiffon skirt with a beaded lace bodice with an open v-back and little cap sleeves. To top it all off Kristen wore a lace trimmed cathedral length veil.  Kristen’s wedding was also featured on Style Me Pretty Canada!

Andrea – Nirin Photography

IMG_0978-e1427488708236Andrea’s wedding dress was the second 2 in 1 wedding dress I have made, the first being my own. This time we did it a little differently. The bottom part of her dress zipped off and Andrea rocked a short lace dress for the reception. I don’t have any pictures of the dress short (unless I continue to harrass her) but let me tell you it looked amazing on Andrea. I can’t decide if I actually prefer the dress as the full gown or as the cocktail style which I guess is the beauty of having both options. I also made silk dupionni ruched bridesmaid’s dresses for Andrea in a gorgeous peacock green.

Ginger – Jennifer Morden and Geoff Fitzgerald

tumblr_nd6i1ktJXs1u0irmco3_1280Ginger and Michael (who is an Olympic alpine snowboarder by the way) got married back in August at Camp Wapomeo where Ginger used to spend her summer months. They had the island to themselves for an amazing wedding weekend. Knowing that she was going to be wandering through the woods and climbing in and out of canoes Ginger wanted a dress that was easy to move around in so that meant no train and no crinoline! She wanted a skirt that had movement and would blow in the wind. We decided on a wispy silk chiffon layered skirt with silk charmeuse underlay and ruched bodice with lace and pearl belt.