Hello, my charming Real Weddings readers. There’s nothing spooky about these haunting looks from Casablanca Bridal. Do some early trick-or-treating right here with this eye candy from The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear.


Casablanca 2016

Strapless beaded and embroidered appliqués sewn on Silky Taffeta with criss-cross Charmeuse Satin bands and matching Silky Taffeta fabric buttons along the bottom of the zipper.


Casablanca 2107

An array of Swarovski Crystals, rhinestones, and sequins adorn the front and back bodice. The bodice is ruched and flows into an airy pick-up skirt. Iridescent Organza buttons line the zipper trailing the beadwork and embroidery.


Casablanca 2108

Strapless sweetheart neckline with soft tulle ruched bodice. The skirt is a gathered A-line silhouette. The Soft Tulle overlay features non-beaded lace appliqués scattered throughout the gown.


Casablanca 2177

This ball gown features two layers of tulle over Printed Shimmer Tulle and Structured Tulle. The sweetheart neckline and low “V” back neckline have pleated organza under the layers of tulle to add dimension to the bodice. A ruched taffeta band sits and the natural waist and is beaded with Swarovski Crystals, rhinestones, sequins, pearls, and 3-dimensional organza flowers. Crystal buttons finish the back bodice to the end of the ruched band.


Casablanca 2103

Soft Tulle pick-ups over satin with a ruched sweetheart bodice. The natural waist is accented by a beautiful beaded and embroidered sash with 3-dimensional organza flowers.

Find all these enchanting Casablanca gowns and more at The Clothes Mine Bridal & Formalwear. The 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.

For more information, log on to theclothesmine.com. Also, be sure to “like” them on Facebook here!

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

Photos courtesy of and copyright Casablanca Bridal.

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