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{Engagement Session} : Pamela + Jose by Danny Cuevas

This engagement session was photographed in rural and urban areas of my beautiful hometown, Chihuahua, and it owns some unique touches that only a Mexican scenery could deliver. So I am pretty much thrilled to be sharing these images with you since they take me back to my teenage years. Not only because they showcase amazing places where I grew up, but also, because this gorgeous bride-to-be and I graduated from high-school together eleven years ago. I haven’t seen her since then, but I can tell by these photos that she’s very… very happy!

Photography: Danny Cuevas


Photography by Dominic Colacchio
Gowns and headpieces by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride
Makeup by Cherese Burnley of Beautify
Model: Nicole D of Stars Model Management
Venue: San Dominico School in San Anselmo, California

Tulle and lace were the inspirations for Midsummer Bride, this year's capsule collection from my Dioresque line.  From the purest whites to tea-dyed tulles, these full silhouettes have layers and yards of skirt. The bodices are adorned in lace motifs, some shirred and pleated in tulle. All the dresses you see here are available through Amy-Jo Tatum Bride and my Etsy store and can be customized
THE VALERIE DRESS.  5 layers of tulle skirt over a rose beige China silk lining.  Chantilly lace bodice with scalloped border on the neckline and skirt.  The deep V back is accented by a row of silk shantung buttons. Gray satin tie belt.

A simple veil put together with sprigs of Baby Breath and French netting
THE MADELYN DRESS  7 layers of tea-dyed tulle skirt with a bodice of chantilly lace motifs under shirred tulle and pleats.  Matching tulle shawl and tie-belt . . .

THE TATANYA DRESS  All over tulle dress with surplice front and V-neck.  White lace cut out underneath shirring on the bodice.  Available with matching tulle belt or black and white polka dot and stripe . . .

THE BEATRIX DRESS  Seven layers of ivory tulle skirt with an embroidered organza bodice cinched by a white silk satin tie belt . . .


Vera Wang for David’s Bridal Bridesmaids Collection

After an embarrassing amount of time spent fawning over the images from Vera Wang for David’s Bridal Bridesmaids Collection, I have come to terms with the fact that I am completely in love with this wear-again dresses. I could spend 30 minutes explaining you the reasons why, but I don’t feel like I really have to, you know, Vera Wang is Vera Wang… In the name is the explanation. Kick your heels up and just soak up all of the prettiness!

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