Mary Katrantzou designed her very first wedding dress for Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster, founder of the Walkabout Foundation. You just HAVE to see it...
Mary Katrantzou has designed her first wedding dress and we’re absolutely loving it.
The British designer, known for her digital prints and embellishments, was comissioned to make a bespoke gown for the wedding of Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster, who’s the founder of the Walkabout Foundation charity, in the Domincan Republic.
Clearly over the moon with the design – it is absolutely stunning – Mary’s Instagram account is filled with photos of the dress.
With one particularly breathtaking image, she wrote: ”Caro and Stefano – ❤️u both – u are beautiful inside and out @carolinagonzalezbunster #caroandstef #firstweddingdress #special.’
The wedding dress was inspired largely by the ‘cake a flake’ and ‘ivory’ dresses from her AW12 collection and the sporty necklines from her SS13 collection.
The combination, we’ll think you’ll agree, is sensational.
Don’t have the budget from a custom-made Mary Katrantzou bridal dress? Fear not, these high street wedding dresses are pretty fabulous too…
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