Photo cred: Hudson Nichols Photography

Photo cred: Hudson Nichols Photography

Rebecca Schoneveld

Brooklyn, ny

$1,600 - $3,500

At a young age, Rebecca began reconstructing thrift finds and costumes from her dance company at her mother's sewing studio - fast forward to today and she's now been in the NY fashion industry for over 10 years.  We're pretty stoked she launched her bridal line in 2013!

Rebecca offers a wide variety of playful separates, lace tops, and beautiful flowing bridal dresses - making the options endless!  We love that you have the option of creating your very own custom gown with the separates collection or simply choose one of the unique lace gowns and add a fun tulle skirt for a second look. 

Click here to go to Rebecca's website.

Photo cred: AGP Collective

Photo cred: AGP Collective

Truvelle

vancouver, can

$1,400 - $2,200

Gaby was born and raised in Vancouver learning her ways in the sewing room as a young girl.  

Truvelle is unique in many ways, but mostly because their design, production, and administration are all carried out in one studio location.  How awesome is that?  You can find sequins, unique lace patterns, and ombre details in Gaby's feminine designs.

Click here to check out Truvelle's page. 

Photo cred: Susan Beard Photography

Photo cred: Susan Beard Photography

Kelly Faetanini

manhattan, ny

$2,300 - $4,000

Kelly learned her tailoring skills from her grandmother who encouraged her to learn the trade while growing up in Sandusky, Ohio and we are oh so happy she stuck with it!

Modern, trendy, timeless...Kelly's gowns are a lovely mixture of all the above!  Whether you're looking for a simple, sleek look to show off your curves or perhaps you fancy a bold feather skirt - this designer has you covered. 

Tap here to go to visit Kelly's website.

 

Photo cred: Danfredo

Photo cred: Danfredo

Olia zavozina

nashville, tn

$2,500 - $5,000

After learning design and tailoring in her home country of Russia (including her early years of designing wedding gowns for her Barbie dolls), Olia moved to the U.S. at age 18 to pursue her  Masters of Business Administration.  Lucky for us, she now designs incredible creations for Nashville stars and brides around the world.

Olia's bridal collections are a delightful infusion of classic, modern, and vintage silhouettes.  The lace is gorgeous, the salt water pearl buttons (that you can later make a necklace, bracelet, and earring set!) are to die for, and her customization options are infinite.

Click here to check out Olia's page.

Photo cred: Susan Beard Photography