If ever there was a fairytale of Galia Lahav, this would be the absolute OMG chapter of a bride awaiting her prince in the enchanted forest ready to ride away on a beautiful white horse. For more than 30 years, Galia Lahav has been known to dress the fairytale dreams of brides worldwide and has redefined the term Happily Ever After. Their new collection, Le Secret Royale is no exception as photographer La Candella Weddings eloquently portrays with their new “Tony” gown. Inspired by Galia Lahav’s runway show at the New York Bridal Market this past April, La Candella Weddings partnered with Coventry Equestrian Center and Bella Fiore Designs with their interpretation of the collection’s “To Be in Love” motto, as each design expresses a deep love for couture showcased through extravagant silhouettes, floral design elements and glamorous shades of pink.
The Magic of Happily Ever Afters
This is a gorgeous display of classic fairytale-esque details to showcase a moody meets whimsical affair. Wild, lush red florals and a settee exemplify vitality and spirit within, just as the gown maximizes the bride’s assets. Suggesting radiant transcendence, uncrushable life force blended with miraculous invention. The Tony gown in the Le Secret Royale collection is a statuesque and elongated mermaid silhouette boasting sheer sides and a strapless corset that is made of exquisite Chantilly lace with a show stopping voluminous skirt with a dramatic train. The gown is embroidered to perfection with floral details.
Fairytale of Galia Lahav
It certainly goes without saying that we are inspiration junkies at Strictly Weddings. We can never get enough. So when we see a pretty as can be shoot with Galia Lahav we find ourselves a wee bit giddy because we get to devour the loveliness time and time again. Get ready to fall in love with this enchanting fairytale of Galia Lahav and the radiant bridal looks that make-up artist Brazil Raine and hairstylist La Pomponnee Beauty Artisans created for this Cinderella. And let’s not forget Brach, the stead who nearly steals the show with his own regalness.