I adore inspiration shoots, especially ones that tell a story. If you’re a follower of Fab You Bliss, you’ll already know I feature these kinds of shoots lot. I might have mentioned this love affair several times before. But hey, if I like them and you’re following – I’m guessing you like them too!
But how about a wedding gown that tells a story? Or rather, a gown named after a woman who built a life that was an amazing story itself.
The Eleanor wedding gown by Celia Grace was named after Eleanor Roosevelt. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was the longest-serving First Lady of the United States. She was in the White House from 1933 to 1945 during her husband President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s four terms in office. President Harry S. Truman later called Eleanor the “First Lady of the World” in tribute to her human rights achievements.
Enter Marcelia Muehlke, owner of Celia Grace eco and fair trade wedding gowns and accessories, who is passionate about eco and ethical weddings, and human rights as well. With that you can probably see where this is going.
Yep, Marcie sent over this lovely shoot by Loveridge Photography featuring this gorgeous gown named after Eleanor Roosevelt – the “First Lady of the World” – as a tribute to the incredible person she was. I love that! A great story for a beautiful gown named after one amazing lady, wouldn’t you agree?
If you love this gown as much as I do, please visit Celia Grace to find out how to order it or see it and others like it in person. Also, be sure to check out Loveridge Photography and the other great vendors who took part in this shoot as well.
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