Flirty Floral Gown at Dancing Dandelion Farms…for the bride that is truly crazy for flowers this is the ultimate gown. This bride is covered in blooms from the tips of her toes to the top of her head. Head wreath, anklets, bracelets, necklace, and entire dress – all created with floral. We are so in love with all the pretty!
We were curious as to how much wedding art came about so we asked the designer, Karen Bezaire, to describe her inspiration. “Enduring Covid-19 for four months back in July 2020 definitely left me feeling like I needed an opportunity to expand my creativity. I felt really inspired seeing couture dresses online and fashion designers using the form and textured textiles to create beautiful gowns. I was inspired to design something of my own. Although I’ve never sewn and I’ve never made a wearable flower structure before I was excited to try. I asked my good friend Kailli from Dancing Dandelion Farms in Duncan if she wanted to help. Kailli has grown such gorgeous flowers and I’m constantly obsessed with her varieties and quality of blooms. Natalia from Ingrid Rose is another good friend of mine. The most thoughtful and gentle soul you will ever meet, along with being an incredibly talented florist herself. I also asked Natalia to model. She is also drop-dead gorgeous. I made a circular wireframe for the skirt and backed it with some soft fabric along with a halter top. The day before the shoot the three of us got together (6 feet apart) and started adhering all of Kailli’s beautiful flowers to the frame. It was a process but the end result was pretty exciting. I also made an outrageous headpiece, cuff bracelet, and necklace that went with the flower dress. There really isn’t anything better than creating with your friends and having the most fun.”
As if all the floral splendor was not enough there is also the stunning cake and cookies sitting on a vintage dresser in the flower meadow. The white wedding cake has pressed flowers as well as fresh roses while the cookies have delightful pressed floral and fauna on top. We just want to sit down and start tasting these beautiful goodies.
We especially love the subtle colours used for the floral creations. A peachy-pink tone along with plenty of off-white gives the illusion of a wedding gown. Roses and orchids are used lavishly in the dress, head wreath, bracelets, and necklace. This flirty floral gown at Dandelion Farm is a unique take on wedding finery!
You are invited to more creativity by Karen Bezaire….
FLORAL DRESS & ACCESSORY DESIGNER: Bezaire Floral & Events | FLOWER HELPERS: Ingrid Rose Floral Artistry & Dancing Dandelion Farms | FLOWERS Donated by: Dancing Dandelion Farms | PHOTOS: Shantina Rae Photography | HAIR + MUA: Makeup Artistry by Trish | CAKE: Schur to Please Boutique Cakery | MODEL Natalia of Ingrid Rose Floral Artistry