Does this gothic wedding dress look familiar? It’s very nearly the same thing I’m wearing in the photos from last week. I switched out the jacket and hat, and it turned into a whole new alternative bridal ensemble.
These photos show a black gothic wedding dress, but I can also craft this look in white, red, and ivory. Order it custom made here.
The hat is another of my handmade creations – a mini tricorn Marie Antoinette style hat in solid black.
The jewelry in the photos is by my sister.
When most people think of a Gothic wedding dress, they think in all-black. I love colors, though. And since I tend to spend lots of times staring at very long stretches of sewing in all black, when I’m making a dress for a photoshoot, I like to choose something bright and fun.
This alternative wedding dress is made in a shade of turquoise deep enough to call “Cerulean.” I’m obsessed with the color.
I can also make this gown in other stunning color combinations – red and black, purple and black, white and black, and more.