Ying Yu is our very first bespoke bride and her dress is very dear to my heart. Ying came across to me as an old soul, and I felt that her appreciation for black and white films and vintage really resonates well with her personality. After flirting with various silhouettes, we decided on a classic off-shoulder A-line dress. This off-white beauty features a voluminous petticoat, cascading train and lovely fabric buttons sewn down the entire back of the dress.
Amanda’s tea ceremony/evening dress has elements that evoke the imagery of the cheongsam, such as the high collar and dress slit, yet it also has a little edge with tulle cut outs and a back keyhole design. Part traditional, part Art Deco, this was a dress designed to last well after the wedding, able to be worn again and again to various functions. A detachable belt beaded with Swarovski crystals was also added for that extra shine during the evening dinner.