Painted Wedding Dress featured on the Offbeat Bride
We've said it before, we will say it again, the perfect gown matches the woman who wears it. At RMINE we love to create a truly unique, one of a kind gown for each of our brides, one of our favorite ways to make that happen is by adding color! You can add color by incorporating a pink Tulle to the skirt or incorporating vibrant colors into the beading or lace, but nothing quite compares to a hand-painted gown. We were thrilled when our bride Megan came to us and shared her wedding vision and even more thrilled when she featured sneak peeks of her wedding dress in a recent post about painted gowns on the Offbeat Bride.
Here is what she had to say:
"I knew I wanted a colorful wedding dress. I spent almost a year searching for the right printed fabric, or the right ombre skirt, or the right pop of color somewhere… But nothing felt right. I wanted a colorful dress that wasn't perfect, that had some asymmetry to it, that captured movement and excitement. I had no idea, until I walked into RMINE's custom wedding dress shop, that what I wanted a freaking painted wedding dress.
I basically told the gals at RMINE that I wanted a dress that "looked like a unicorn sneezed on it." And they whipped out their paint brushes, and worked into the night, until the store smelled of fresh paint and their floors looked like a unicorn had been slaughtered on them."
See the entire feature HERE