Brenda's Wedding Blog | Fresh Ideas for Creative Weddings

wedding blog + planning guide for creative weddings | inspiration for DIY Brides

Brenda's Wedding Blog is your online resource for planning your dream elegant wedding. Helping you find the "wow" in weddings.

Pixton Couture Bridal : reminiscent of Old Hollywood Glamour

I love coming across wedding gown designers who are new to me. There's something special about finding a designer that may not be one of the "everyday" wedding names that you see everywhere in the magazines. I love to see the extra special touches a couture designer adds to her gowns. And, when I was introduced to the Pixton Couture Bridal collection {by designer Kimberly Pixton Millar}, I couldn't wait to have the opportunity to feature them. Today, I've been provided with 4 photos from the current collection. The following is a description of the Pixton Couture Bridal Collection, "the gowns are carefully constructed using luxurious silks and hand-beaded details inspired by vintage jewelry. The body conscious silhouettes keep the collection's modern edge". What do you think? I'm really liking the one directly below with the kimono wrap top - so perfect for a winter wedding.

Above right: Beatrice, a strapless trumpet gown made of silk duchesse satin with silk dupioni sash
Above left: Cressida, a silk velvet burnout kimono wrap top with silk peau de soie trumpet skirt. 

Above Left: Phebe, a strapless mermaid gown made of silk satin organza with alencon lace
Above Right: Prospero, a silk charmeuse bias cut gown with beaded trim and sweetheart halter neckline