Speaking of a few gorgeous gowns, may we present three lovely offerings from Sacramento’s own Miosa Couture.
Joanna (pictured above) – This strapless silk shantung A-line gown has a draped bodice with bow and mini-pleating and bubble trim at hem. Available in white and ivory.
Jasmine (pictured above — and on our current Real Weddings Magazine cover on cover model finalist Kate!) – A strapless silk satin shantung trumpet with a cut out bodice, hand draping with a bubble/bustle skirt. Available in white and ivory.
Diane (pictured above) – A strapless silk duchess trumpet with an empire waist of lace and satin organza. Available in white and ivory.
All gowns can be custom fit for your unique measurements.
The name itself is a combination of the names of Michael and Sanea Sommerfield, a dynamic husband and wife team. The design and cut of every Miosa gown complements and accentuates the bride’s body in a way not seen in the market today. Quality touches, such as the signature blue stitch sewn inside of her gown finish the perfect look. When a bride receives her gown, the inside of her gown should be as pretty as the outside. Since this is the one day of your life unlike any other, so should your wedding dress be like no other.
And, now Miosa carries dazzling gowns from designers such as La Sposa, Watters Brides and Manuel Mota. Check out their blog for special trunk show announcements!
Blog Post by Always a Bridesmaid Columnist Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of Miosa Couture.