The ‘Peony’ wedding gown is a dramatic strapless gown with a bodice featuring lace motifs with inspiration taken from a 1920s style corset. The fitted bodice and full flared skirt create a stunning silhouette finished off with a matching 1920’s style traditional head piece of full lace, complemented with matching gloves and cathedral length veil featuring the peony flower. The dress has 3 peony flowers at the back which are made from soft organza with diamanté centres.
The peony flower is symbolic with this dress as it simply means ‘happy marriage.’ The headdress and veil complete a traditional look, taking inspiration from the 1920s, but using a modern wedding gown silhouette. The colour white means ‘goodness’ and ‘innocence.’ The 3 flowers on the back of the dress symbolise ‘new beginnings.’
In these poses Madeline looks every inch a young bride on her wedding day, full of hope, promise, love and new beginnings as she walks down the centre of the aisle. Looking away from the camera, as though looking into her future as a married woman.