Fashion Editorial | Ballerina Couture

Each time I have gone to the ballet, I get so excited to experience that intangible sparkly feeling in the air of something beautiful about to unfold; like opening night, Christmas Eve or of course, the way a girl feels on her wedding day. The ballet embodies such loveliness; the orchestra, the ethereal gossamer costumes and the fluidity of the dancers.

The romantic appeal of the ballet can certainly be carried into a beautifully executed wedding of this theme. The special feeling a bride holds in her heart on her wedding day would be like {I imagine} the way the principal dancer of an enchanting production feels on opening night.

{via Scarlet Ibis}

{via Tumblr}

{via Dreamy Whites}

{Blush Pink Rose via The Buttercup Fairy}

{Jeweled Garland Bracelet Rosy Peach ~ J.Crew}

{Vogue September 2004 ~ Gisele Bündchen}

{via The Lane}

{Ballet Slippers via Glitter Weddings}

{Hand beaded Shell and Swarovski Corset & Raw Silk Chiffon Tutu skirt ~ Sabrina Chin}

{Pointe Shoes via Tumblr}

{Jeweled Ballet Flats ~ Lanvin}

{Beautiful Headband ~ Jennifer Behr}

{Simple Ballerina Bun via Our Labour of Love}

{via Scarlet Ibis}

Mood: Pretty, fluid, romantic, artistic, slightly disheveled but effortlessly beautiful

Palette: Pale apricot, whimsical whites, inky grey, antique silvers

Textures: Whisper sheer fabrics, delicate tulle, soft ribbon, sequins, jewels, pearls, textured ropes, old wood, peeling paint.

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