It is finally Spring and three gorgeous wedding dresses have found their way to our studio! All of these little beauties have a different style.
This first dress was worn by Mary Roberston, a recent Norwegian immigrant, who married a Wisconsin native in 1910. The dress was passed down two more generations in a pillowcase. We did extensive repair work on the degraded silk under the arms. This bride must have been nervous!
This second dress is from 1919. It is embroidered cotton voile. It is in 2 pieces, with a removable bolero top–It looks very Daisy Buchanan… perfect for a breezy summer wedding.
Our last dress is a beautiful little number form the early 20’s. We don’t know much about it, but it is made of silk and lace, and has the sweetest drop waist!