My Jenny Packham passion is no secret. Jenny's cutting genius simply tramples over any other designers. Bias cut silk chiffon is hard to do. Get it wrong and you get puckered seams. Use too little fabric and it becomes all about jutting hip bones and too much anatomical information! Leave it unembellished and one runs the risk of looking rather toga party...
This morning Ladies and Gentleman I have three incredible Miss Bush brides in just such miracle gowns.
First is Holly - as far as I am concerned just her being named Holly makes this post have plenty of seasonal relevance too. Holly is wearing Saskia for a destination wedding which of course means that the dresses are easy to travel with and the pure silk right down to the lining means breathable, cool fabric. I t also means you look like an utter goddess...
|I am in dress heaven looking at this...|
|Billowing silk and scattered petals are so romantic|
|Back detail - always have something for your guests to marvel at|
|Perfect true waist fit and stunning shoulder line|
|Mr and Mrs Donoghue. Holly perfectly modelling Jenny Packham's Art Deco inspired beading/|
A huge thanks from us all at Bush HQ to Holly for sharing these stunning photos. Sitting a my desk with on a dark morning I can virtually hear the cicadas in this grove of cypress trees...
Photography Patrick at http://www.butlermaddenweddings.com/