Well this is a first! I have heard of wedding photographers turn into wedding bloggers, and bloggers turn into wedding planners, but this is the first time I’ve known a photographer to start designing wedding dresses! But frankly I’m not surprised.
You’ve seen Alea Lovely’s images featured here on Burnett’s Boards, and throughout her extensive editorial career she frequently found herself making the wedding dresses for her shoots. So it’s no wonder that she has launched Marlo Ford – a simply stunning bridal line that brings unique designs inspired by the runway and makes them affordable (these are both under 2k) for brides like you!
Tulle A-line gown for the bride who is whimsical and feminine. Just look at the layers this beauty has and that darling little bow in the back. Isn’t it divine?!
Vintage meets modern in a lace gown with a dramatic train and a peekaboo skirt. It’s as sultry as it is demure. You’d be a complete vision, a one-of-a-kind walking down the aisle in this stunner!
Photography: Alea Lovely // Gowns: Marlo Ford // Makeup: Drew Davis Beauty // Hair: Mikayla Crane at Be Chic Bride // Videography: Worth It Films // Floral Design: Am Cason at Victorian Gardens // Hair Pieces: Emmy Ray // Venue: The Bride and the Bauer in Kansas City, Missouri.