Brianna may not have said her I Do’s at Disney, but she certainly looked like Cinderella. In fact, this real Eve of Milady bride channeled a princess look that would have made even Cinderella jealous. The moment she graced the aisle at The Inn at St. John’s Chapel, her friends and family gasped, exclaiming that she lit up the room in her enchanting Eve of Milady ball gown with its classic silhouette and contemporary sparkle twist. This Michigan bride’s entire wedding in is one for the ages with its romantic vibe splashed in soft details of blush and gold under the warm glow of candlelight. Even for us, as a luxury wedding blogger, it’s as if Abby Rose Photography was a modern-day storyteller of Brianna and Michael’s fairytale that unfolds in this gorgeous gallery.
Real Eve of Milady Bride Channeled a Princess Look
Let’s admit it. Many of us grew up dreaming of fairy tales, magical weddings, prince charming and true love’s kiss. This real Eve of Milady bride channeled a princess look that reaffirmed those happily ever after fantasies. Standing by Brianna’s side was her tribe in their own golden statement makers from Watters. Proving that if like the groomsmen sign says: “Saturday’s are for the Boys;” then “Saturday’s are for Squads” too. Between their beautifully feminine and dazzling look paired with striking lush soft pink and white floral bouquets this entire bridal party are a golden highlight to the day. Coining a real wedding as a fairytale may be too clichéd, too traditional and even a bit cheesy, but it is still a top trend and searched for theme when it comes right down to the planning. Brianna and her mother, in fact, planned every inch of her day together. With Emerald City Designs on floral and event design, the venue’s grand ballroom was transformed into a radiant and ethereal ambience. With metallic accents from the linen to the candle accents, the contemporary fresh floral arrangements to the regal cake. It’s no wonder the live painting of Brianna and Michael’s reception looks like it’s a page from a story book. This real Eve of Milady bride channeled a princess look that is completely swoon- and steal-worthy for any Cinderella.