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Let’s Invite NOLA_Fashion Editorial_Spring 2015

Swarovski encrusted bodice in floral pattern Kenneth Winston gown with over 30,000 hand sewn crystals and beads with a full volume English net skirt. Paired with romantic halo with sparkling rhineston filigree by Bel Aire Bridals.



Starling by Sophia Tolli features hand-placed shadow box lace appliqués that adorn the bodice and spill into the romantic voluminous skirt with chapel length train.




This lush ballgown by Madison James features gossamer ruffles and pleats throughout the bodice and skirt. Available at Pearl’s Place.




Maggie Sottero Serencia glamorous tulle and Opal organza wedding dress. A fitted Swarovski crystal adorned bodice hugs tight to the figure before releasing into a breathtaking layered skirt. Complete with sweetheart neckline and demure illusion back. Available at Pearl’s Place. Tea Rose veil from The Berger Collection for Mon Cheri available at Ladies & Gents Formal Wear.




Allure Bridals strapless ballgown in baby pink features layers of airy English net covered with lace appliqué. Available at Ladies & Gents Formal Wear.



David Tutera Tiana strapless tulle and lace ball gown samples in ivory and blush with scalloped neckline, embellished hand-beaded lace bodice with three-dimensional detailing and Swarovski crystals, softly gathered full tulle skirt with matching lace applique hemline and chapel length train. Paired with Tea Rose veil from The Berger Collection for Mon Cheri; both available at Ladies & Gents Formal Wear.





CREDITS: PHOTOS: Lauren Carroll Photography | VENUE: Opening Act, Champions Square (with art by Tchoupitoulas + Vine and Mark Waguespack) | INVITATIONS: Exquisite Events and Lakeside Camera Photoworks | GOWNS: Pearl’s Place, Ladies and Gents Formal Wear | HAIR + MAKEUP: Flawless Bride | MODELS: Trinity for fame agency and Kristen Cato

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Jennifer Vogel was raised in Metairie, LA. Now living in Ohio, she still draws from her New Orleans roots for inspiration in her work. Jennifer freelances in web design / development, graphic design and, now, writing for New Orleans Weddings Magazine.

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