Over the years, I’ve worked with and helped to promote Celia Grace wedding gowns for their eco-friendliness. ethical creation, and overall beautiful designs. Here are two of my favorite previous posts featured with them.
After nearly five years of working with owner Marcie Muehlke online and through emails, I finally met her and lead designer Alix Kivlin in person just last month in New York City during bridal fashion week and it was absolutely lovely!
In speaking with them, I learned how some of their new designs are incorporating color created from natural minerals. The dress featured in today’s shoot, The Malala Wedding Dress, photographed by Grey to Blue Photography, is one of their latest creations with just such color. Isn’t it pretty?
In addition to the pretty Malala gown, this lovely shoot showcases some wonderful details. I’m particularly fond of the paper by Feather & Ink and the wonderful florals designed by Blumen Meisters. And the jewelery from The Shine Project is fantastic too. As I always say, you can still create something beautiful and have it be kind to the world as well.
A big congratulations to models Tori and Jacob on their engagement!
Thanks for stopping by!
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Photography: Grey to Blue Photography | Venue: Enchanted Rock Fredericksburg, Texas | Coordinator: Two Halves | Video: Bourbon Oak Tree | Paper Goods: Feather & Ink | Floral: Blumen Meisters | Sweets & Treats: 2Tarts Bakery | Bouquet Jewelry: Brittany Leigh Jewelry | Dress: Celia Grace | Jewelry: The Shine Project | Models- Tori & Jacob | Wine: William Chris Wines | Rings: NASR Brothers