Gray can be a tough color for little children but given the right shade it can make a “black and white” formal wedding – because we think that is can be magnificent and regal. I really think it is the new black and if the right shade of gray is used, it is lovely on children as well. Many mom do call us and question “why on earth would a bride choose this color for my daughter to wear?” Truly, this is likely the answer! The look is stunning. For more images on this Buffalo NY wedding as well as the photography, many in black and white click the top dress below. Scroll down for more information and how we created this dress using our Pegeen® Dress Dreamer™ in this stunning shade of Medium Gray.
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More about our April Wedding of the Month…..
What I loved most about our wedding this month was the beautiful textures and the wedding site. Set at the St. John’s Grace Episcopal Church, Buffalo, NY and beautifully photographed by nickelcitystudios.com. I admit, I am a sucker for beautiful wood work and the lovely church setting was equally complimented by the reception site held at the Williams-Butler House, Buffalo. It reminded me so much of that wonderful show I used to watch on A&E, America’s Castles and I was so impressed at the history of these two buildings. Makes me want to visit Buffalo, which now that it’s Summer and not subject to the snow, I am more likely to brave.
The Pegeen Dress Dreamer is perfect to help you figure out what you want in your perfect style: To put your style together – click the image below.