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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  • 07/29/14 at 06:00

    That is some dress! I hope to have something even half that amazing for my wedding. Imagine the craftsmanship (or craftswomanship) involved in making that!

  • 07/29/14 at 06:01

    Wow! I might make something similar as a surprise for my wife! Thanks for posting.

  • 09/02/14 at 02:47

    I love your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you design this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it
    for you? Plz respond as I’m looking to create my own blog and would like to know where u got this from.

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