So it’s finally coming to the end of spring which means yes, the season of casual, rustic summer weddings is well on its way. This week we’re looking at a Mikaella dress that would be perfect for one of those weddings.
This dress, style 2056, has a delicate lace bodice with a strapless modified sweetheart neckline, a softer, more subtle take on the sweetheart neckline.
The skirt is satin with a fit and flare shape that really emphasises the curves in all the right places. The shaped seams on the front and back of the skirt add so much dimension and depth along with making the dress flow beautifully.
The invisible zipper, along with the Swarovski buttons and loops add a certain touch of glamour to it. The removable Mokuba Ribbon at the waist really finishes the dress off perfectly, as well as adding that rustic feel that we all love so much.
The lace illusion back of the dress really shows off the stunning detail that Mikaella pride themselves on.
This dress is also available in both natural lave with pearl lining or natural lace with latte lining in the bodice, while the diamond satin skirt stays the same.
Everything about this dress, from the soft, simple neckline to the flowing cathedral train will give the bride a feeling of sophistication and elegance on her big day, something the Mikaella are well known for.
As for the styling, Mikaella have styled this with casual, natural hair and makeup and a flower crown, which we love. We think these teal bridesmaid dresses would really complement this bride, especially if you chose to keep the brown ribbon on the dress.
We love how fun this teal and brown bouquet is too, such a perfect way for the bride to tie in with the bridesmaids.
And how cute is this copper and teal combo for the tables? Ideal for an outside summer wedding.
Brown suits for the men would finish this rustic wedding look off perfectly and would look great beside the bride and bridesmaids.
So what do you think of this Mikaella dress? How would you style it?