Imagine all the glamour, sensuality and utmost sophistication to your wildest desires for your big day. The Bridal Boudoir allowed future dreamers to step into their ideal worlds exposing them to everything divine when it comes to weddings.
The 10th annual event took place at the St. James theatre in Old Montreal produced by renowned Maddy K.
Antoinette Di Carlo opened her mesmerizing show with a modern take on a classic bride, with shimmering pant and bustier set cinched at the waist and trailed by a glimmering train. Diversified silhouettes flowed down the runway in an array of iridescence, airy and dreamlike; some with bow details, others with layered tulle. Hand stitched diffused flowers reminiscent of Di Carlo’s most notable styles were blended with more couture style looks like the long-sleeved embroidered sequin mini dress which was overlaid with an ankle length pleated tiered skirt with satin waistband, refreshingly cropped just above the ankle. The show wrapped with heart shaped bustier gown illuminated with floral detailing and traditional veil, topping the show off on a high note for all the modern future brides.
Photographer: Badger Photography, for the Video: Marrone Films