Every bride wants to feel like royalty on their special day. You are sure to make a grand, unforgettable entrance adorned in one of our bespoke, couture bridal gowns. Our brand-new ao dai collection features five stunningly unique gowns that differ in style, color, and details. There is also a mixture of both traditional and modern ao dai styles, and even a fusion of the two; there is no doubt an ao dai for everyone in this collection! When it comes to your wedding dress there are no rules; you decide your bridal aesthetic.
Our beautiful brides' happiness is our utmost priority when designing and creating custom dresses. You are our inspiration. We specialize in making custom wedding gowns specially made for our clients. From the material to the embellishments to the silhouette, our brides get the opportunity to turn their dream into reality. Today, we are ecstatic to showcase one of our stunning newlywed brides, Trang, adorned in two of her couture, custom-made gowns. Every bride deserves to feel like a princess on their wedding day.
The ao dai, a classic staple in a Vietnamese woman's wardrobe, can be styled in many different ways. Conventionally, for a wedding look, the bride would pair her ao dai ensemble with the traditional Vietnamese hat, called khan dong. Nowadays, some ao dai designs have been modernized and Westernized slightly with matching accessories, add-ons, and color schemes. Today, we will show you some different ways you can style an ao dai for both modern and traditional brides.
An ao dai is a piece that will never go out of style, especially within the Vietnamese community where it originates. The ao dai's versatility, variety of styles, designs and color schemes, and classic, timeless aesthetic, make it the perfect option for blushing brides looking to make an unforgettable entrance on their magical day. For years and years, the red ao dai has been a go-to wedding ensemble for Vietnamese brides.
Women come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, and that is truly something magical and special. Why not see your bridal gown in the same way? There are no rules when it comes to designing the dress of your dreams, there is no right way or wrong way, the only rule is to follow your true, personal style, and choose what you want! For centuries, weddings in the Western world have been associated with the color white, particular the bride's wedding gown. While traditional white will always look timeless and classic, nowadays, more unconventional bridal colors and trends are taking the stage than ever before.