Inspired by the sophistication and effortless glamour of the 1920's, our 2013 Collection is continuing to make strides. The collection is subtly influenced by the playfulness of the flapper era and romantic notions of The Great Gatsby.
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On a sunny September afternoon in California's Sonoma County, Amy Kuschel bride, Sara,
exchanged vows with her dashing groom, Sean. This sweet family affair was filled with traditions new and old, from the cake toppers all the way down to Sara's wedding gown, which doubled as her “something borrowed”.
Our beautiful bride Brooke was a vision in a strapless version of our Lauryn gown. It was perfectly accented with bohemian touches: a chunky necklace, woven leather belt, and did we mention dainty crocheted socks? We're swooning!
Fall in love with our couture, our handcrafted gowns, our 2012 Collection! Inspired by the classic glamour and grace of the 1940's with figure flattery and slimming illusions throughout.
Liz, our fantastic and fashion-forward bride, said "I do" in our 1950's inspired Paige gown. Liz completed her retro-chic look with the perfect pair of peep-toes and a string of gorgeous pearls. Set in a romantically rustic location, her wedding was the ultimate vintage inspired fete.
Cheers to you and your dashing beau! xoxo
While the morning of the Royal Wedding inches closer, we are sure the excitement is mounting in every corner of the world. As Kate Middleton becomes Princess Catherine on the 29th of April, not only does she become a political leader and British Royal, but she will be undoubtedly influencing major trends in the wedding industry for decades to come.
At Amy Kuschel, we like to treat every day like Earth Day. We pride ourselves in making our wedding gowns right here in San Francisco! It's beneficial to our brides and also eco-friendly.
The nature of our custom couture process produces less waste and builds better fitting gowns. With this hands-on approach, each bride experiences the comfort of knowing where her gown is...every step of the way! And from beginning to end, we control the quality of each and every gown that we make.
March, the month of celebrating basketball play-offs and St. Patty, is full of hustle, bustle, and the eager anticipation of spring weather. Add planning a wedding to the mix, and our chillest bride could forfeit to the frenzy. Every bride deserves a few tips to relieve some of that March Madness: