Wedding Dress Transformation : Heidi Elnora's Coco Marie "One Dress with Eleven Styles"
Last week, I watched this amazing video transformation of Heidi Elnora's Coco Marie wedding gown, into eleven different styles that suit nearly each type of bride and wedding.
I knew I had to share it, because it perfectly illustrates what I think is important for brides to realize when shopping for a dress these days. There are so many options available now for overlays, capelets, cap sleeves and other embellishment, that you are able to actually work with different pieces to make a gown that is uniquely you.
Take a peek at this video, and imagine the possibilities with these styles! One could have a church-ready look with the Katie Grace Coverup or the lace keyhole and bodice and then change at the reception to a festive look by donning the Benton Bow or Pretty Peplum.
Heidi Elnora - One Dress Eleven Styles from Holloway Productions on Vimeo.
Wasn't that something? So just keep in mind, if you're a bride shopping for her dream wedding dress -- it's usually the details make the dress the one that is ideal for you. So even if you think you want a cap sleeved lace bodice dress; it may very well be a beautifully sleek strapless wedding like the Coco Marie gown that could be the perfect foundation of that look! Which of the eleven looks is your favorite?
Thanks to Heidi Elnora and all the people behind this production for letting me share this great video!
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Elizabeth | Bridal Musings says
Amazing!!! I'd be hard pressed to pick a favourite look - it's amazing how a few overlays and accessories could transform one simple, beautiful dress so much. I loved that they adapted the hair and make up to suit each different bridal style too.
Thanks, Ladies! I agree, Elizabeth and Amy -- I'd love to play with all the options, and I love the hair and makeup changes -- they perfectly accentuate each look!
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Amy ✈ Fly Away Bride says
Wow that is impressive! Love all the different hair and make up looks too. So much inspiration from a single video!
o.m.g. this is amazing!