A New Year and lots of wonderful new talent to introduce you Bijou brides to. First for 2012 is new bridal fashion house Sabina Motasem.
Chief designer Sabina Ali carved her niche in the wedding market with dresses of understated elegance. For the latest collection Sabina submerged herself in early 20th Century Paris and the glamourous ladies of the Folies Bergeres for inspiration. There was only one destination for shooting the collection, the iconic Eltham Palace. This Art Deco building set in 19 acres of moated gardens in London is truly exceptional and an opulent backdrop for any Sabina Motasem vintage inspired, luxurious gown. Enough talking, let’s get to the eye candy…
This ‘Cabaret’ wedding dress is a real winner, demure yet fashion forward with a hem and train of layered box pleats, swoon.
‘Josephine’ is a real head-turner with cowl draped back and crepe silk puddle train for bride’s looking for an injection of old Hollywood glamour.
The ‘Loie’ gown with simple empire line accentuated with slinky oyster stain pleats and a beautiful satin panel back, perfect for an elegant staircase descent!
The 1950’s style ‘Yvette’ dress is easily adaptable with options for beaded belt, lace bodice (as seen here) or shrug to give you the exact vintage look you were hoping for on your big day.
A classic, fitted, strapless wedding dress the glamourous ‘Colette’ can also be accessorised easily with a matching shrug, sparkling belt or lace bodice, great for stand alone day to night looks.
The ‘Alaya’ dress epitomises the Sabina Motasem design ethos of simple elegance, the bias cut crepe silk provides the luxury and the cowl neck the timeless elegance.
These beautiful gowns are priced between £900 – £1750 and you can view the entire Sabina Motasem collection at: www.motasem.co.uk
To book an appointment or any other enquiries you can e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org