This Bride Wore A Wedding Dress Made Entirely Of Flowers

Most brides carry flowers down the aisle, but Leanne wore them! The dress was made entirely of roses, succulents and grass created by London-based floral designer Zita Elze as part of her “Living Embroidery” collection. The fresh flower wedding dress fit right in with the couple’s romantic enchanted woodland style — complete with a butterfly-lined ceremony aisle. Afterward Leanne changed into cap-sleeve sheath dress by Pronovias (which, by the way, was also stunning!). Take a look at Leanne’s fresh flower wedding dress photographed by Dorset Wedding Photographer Mister Phill. Then watch the making of the dress video below!

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All photos by Dorset Wedding Photographer Mister Phill

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