bridal couture

December 3, 2014

Bridal Market: Zahavit Tshuba Private Viewing

Our exclusive Bridal Market coverage continues with a look at our salon’s newest acquisition: Zahavit Tshuba. (If you missed photos from our Edgardo Bonilla private viewing and Jorge Manuel runway show, click here.) Zahavit Tshuba hails from Tel Aviv, Israel. Her latest collection is extremely dynamic and we love that the tops and skirts are interchangeable, making it easy to mix and match the separates to create a look that is uniquely you. The collection is delicate, feminine, and for the fashion-forward bride who is willing to push the envelope. Once you see the gowns from our viewing below, you’ll see why we’ve added Tshuba’s designs to our couture repertoire. We offer Los Angeles area brides access to nothing but the most fabulous and coveted gowns, and Zahavit Tshuba is an invaluable addition to our offerings. Enjoy these exclusive images! Stay tuned for even more from bridal fashion week.
September 17, 2014

Amanda, in Intricate Ines Di Santo Gown, Marries Bryan

Your heart may overflow with love as you view photos from Amanda and Bryan’s Southern California spring wedding. Lovella Bride Amanda wore an ultra lovely Ines Di Santo gown from our salon. Admire the uber pretty details of the dress: illusion straps, layered fabric texture and pattern at the bodice, and light-as-air tulle skirt that flowed out to a train. Her birdcage veil, which created such delicious volume in the most unexpected fashion, was created in-house. Amanda kept her jewelry to a minimum, but that’s not to say that her Maria Elena earrings, also from Lovella, didn’t make a sparkling statement. Amanda’s look was fresh, feminine, and utterly lovely — just like the bride. We’ll let the bride’s words speak for how she felt: “From meeting Ines on the day I found my dress, to your excellent customer service, finding and falling in love with my dress was one of […]
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