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Wedding collection photo shoot: part 1

In the summer of 2014, which is the first summer Wardrobe by Dulcinea existed, we have decided to put a drop into the sea of bridal garments, and then we took quite an unusual approach with these clothes. Take a look at our dip dyed tulle skirts with color matching crop tops for bridesmaids.

We named this skirt model - Blushing Ballerina. The crop tops are not in store, but it's an example of our custom work. 

 What do you think about white skirts with dip dye bottoms for bridesmaids? Let me know in the comments below!


We have also created a budget wedding dress, named "Cookies & Tea". It is short, sweet, and ivory/off white:

 I was modelling for this dress myself. I've paired it with cream color pumps and a blush rose bouquet. 

Nude shoes go with everything! Did you notice one bridesmaid in flats rather than heels? She is also the only girl with the modelling experience taking part in this shoot. The rest of us never did any modelling, but that's okay, because Wardrobe by Dulcinea is for real girls that each have their own height, size and personality.  Shoes and clothes should match you, not the other way around! 

It was one of the most fun days I ever had, and I can't wait for the summer of 2015, to do another bridal collection photo shoot.

To go with the clothes, we also had a bunch of decorations, including macarons, cake and sparkling wine, but most importantly, a bunch of handmade tulle pom poms and a hand drawn label for the wine. Back then we did not even have a company logo, so my cats portrait was a substitute. That's right, if you're missing something, put a cat there. Works for me every time. 

Thank you for reading! 

All clothes made by Wardrobe by Dulcinea 

All photos taken by Indre

Decorations, photo props and assist by Monika

Bridesmaid models: Evelina, Agota, Erne. I cannot publicly disclose their personal accounts, so in case you need any contacts of theirs for business proposals, please do contact this blog. 

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