Named after our very first employee and now shop manager. We designed the Bridget with the romantic, yet adventurous bride in mind. The sweetheart bodice is flattering on almost any shape or size, and while it is a bit of a traditional silhouette, the silvery beaded lace bodice and draped panel skirt are just edgy and unique enough for a downtown warehouse wedding or Joshua Tree elopement.
Known for local production and thoughtful designs, Truvelle takes ‘handcrafted’ to a whole new level, recently creating ten exclusive wedding gowns unique to their top stockists. While the purpose behind the project was to find a more permanent solution to the unfortunate occurrence of waste associated with garment production, it consequently doubled as an opportunity for the brand to reward their best-selling shops. Each gown is individually designed by a Truvelle retailer, using the brand’s signature pattern designs and off-cuts from the carefully selected fabrics which make up Truvelle’s existing collections.
For more information on this project and a full description of our exclusive design, check Truvelle’s blog stories.
Photographer: Blush Wedding Photography
Hair & Makeup: Emily Cheng
Models: Sarah Cooper of Lizbell & Nesta Cooper (not represented)