I have said it before and I will say it again, I have a serious bridal style crush on Claire Pettibone bridalwear! So I am delighted today to showcase straight from New York Bridal Market The Claire Pettibone Decoupage Collection!
Decoupage (from the French word for cut) is the old art of assembling and layering paper cutouts for decorating wooden boxes, chests, ceramics and decorative objects. I am always excited when Claire Pettibone launches a new collection and this one with layering Chantilly and guipure, silk and vintage laces, flowers and delicate hand beaded details, lives up to expectations.
It is yet another stunning collection from Claire, who interweaves classic style with ethereal bridal fantasy and for my favourite – I love the detailing on Charlotte Dress and long lace sleeves are so chic and stylish.
French Wedding Style Blog – Photography © Anton Oparin courtesy of Claire Pettibone
Abigail – Platinum silk A-line with floral lace applique flowers, cameo insets and capped sleeves.
Antoinette – Ivory Leaver’s lace with striped cameo motif and floral silk ribbon lace up back lined with platinum silk.
Charlotte – Ivory Chantilly lace long sleeved A-line silhouette lined in pearl silk with vintage floral belt.
Delaney – Ivory linen with vintage lace insets, guipure lace neckline, and sheer tulle long sleeves.
Estelle – Linen long sleeved bodice with platinum silk charmeuse skirt and Leaver’s lace waist and back.
Florentine – Ivory Leaver’s lace with platinum silk charmeuse and guipure lace inset tulle train with silk flowers.
Gladys – White Chantilly lace peplum and cameo sheer back embellished with organza flowers.
Primrose – Vintage French embroidery with guipure lace neckline and velvet waist with detachable tulle train.
Wren – Pearl Chantilly lace and silk charmeuse with guipure lace capped sleeves and open back.
Which one is your favourite and why? Does it match your wedding theme or would you consider finding your dream dress and then creating your wedding theme around it?