Hello, my angelic Real Weddings Brides! For this week’s post, Tracy at The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear was inspired by the idea of a winter wonderland idea … clear definition with a sparkle, reminiscent of winter wedding with snow on the ground outside. So, let it snow!


Casablanca 1936

Elegance surrounds this fit and flare silhouette gown with beadwork and embroidery on tulle. The bodice is accented with a satin band with tulle overlay. Beautifully beaded buttons embellish the back of the skirt.


Casablanca 1966

This elegant empire A-line gown is adorned with pleats underneath the bust line and sparkles with an impeccable Swarovski crystal, rhinestone beaded embroidery design at the bust and skirt. The look is finished with beaded buttons on the back and a beautiful beaded trim.


Casablanca 1978

Silky satin gown with netting overlay, with Swarovski Crystal sequins, pearls, and silver beadwork and embroidery. Gown is strapless, with trumpet skirt. along the hemline.


Casablanca 2062

Beautifully ruched bodice, with finely beaded floral motif appliqués accented with Swarovski Crystals and pearls sewn on to Crystal Chiffon. Floral motif continues across the back of the bodice and is finished with covered buttons at the zipper.


Casablanca 2077

Full tulle ball gown skirt features a heavily beaded Princess Sweetheart neckline, bodice, band, and skirt.

The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear‘s main bridal boutique is located in Sutter Creek (60 Main Street #2), but they recently opened a second store in Angels Camp (1262 South Main Street). Please note the Casablanca line is only carried in Sutter Creek.

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Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms..

Photos courtesy of and copyright Casablanca Bridal.

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