This is the kind of dress of the week that when I first saw the picture floating around Pinterest, I nearly fell off my sofa. Hello, gorgeous. And truly, the entire handcrafted wedding, full of beautiful paper blooms, styled by Brittany of The House That Lars Built, and dreamed up by her sister, the bride, Caitlin and her husband. The theme: “Come tiptoe through the enchanting flower garden”.
The bride on her dress: Temperly of London. I first saw my dress on Project Runway when Alice Temperly was a guest judge. She was wearing this one and I fell in love. I googled the dress and always kept a photo of it on my computer. When I got engaged I didn’t even think about it being my wedding dress. While trying to find some inspirational photos to use for my wedding, I came across my saved dress. I knew I had to have it for my wedding! I went online and saw it was still for sale and half off! It was a miracle. By the time I was ready to order the dress I couldn’t find it anywhere, like completely gone! I made a phone call to London and was told there were a few dresses there. Everyone over at Temperly London was really exited I was going to wear it as my wedding dress!”
Via The House That Lars Built // Photography: photography by Jessica Peterson // Paper flowers by the bride, Caitlin Watson Boyes and her mom, Kim Watson // Styling by The House That Lars Built // Dress from Temperly London // Groom’s suit: Nelson Dumancela of Couture Clothiers, NJ. A full custom hand made suit designed by Tanner // Tie: tie from STNTN // Groom’s shirt Paper Cloth NY // Banner by the bride Caitlin Watson Boyes // Bride’s shoes and necklace from J. Crew