A Perfect Ensemble
June 2, 2009
I am sharing this wedding for one main reason – Sara’s dress…don’t you just love it? It was based on her Grandmother’s gown and was designed and made for her by
Dame Couture. I don’t think she could be wearing a more perfect for her ensemble…the dressm the veil, the glasses, trhe shoes – it all suits her so much!
Thanks for the share Olivia!
Olivia Leigh Photography
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