Anomalie bride, Christine, and her (now) husband love hosting dinner parties for friends and family and she knew they wanted their wedding to reflect a fun, inclusive, and lighthearted atmosphere in New York City.
Christine shared how her custom, tea-length wedding dress was the perfect outfit to complement her outdoor “lawn party, lemonade free-flowing” wedding!
I chose Anomalie because I knew I didn’t want to spend a ridiculous amount on a wedding dress. It’s not that I can’t afford it, I just knew it was more important for me to invite the family and friends I wanted to celebrate with, instead of wearing an expensive dress only once.
When I designed my dress, it was initially a “Frankenstein” vision with sleeves from one dress, a neckline from another, and lace from a third. Receiving the sketch got me so excited! That’s when I saw my vision come together in the dress that I had designed for my wedding day!
My favorite part of my Anomalie outfit is that it wasn’t just limited to my dress. Not only was I able to design a tea-length gown that fit my style, but my accessories for my dress, lace glovelets and an overskirt, that I wore for the ceremony, completed my vision – cute but elegant!
Photos by Ein Photography, New York City.
Venue: Tyler Arboretum, Media, PA
Caterer, cake, and venue manager: Dana McCullough of JAM Catering
Coordinator: Allie Beik of Polka Dot Events
Bride’s dress: dressanomalie
Bridesmaid dresses: Union Station
Bride’s jewelry and wedding bands: David S. Diamonds
Makeup: Stefanie Syat of Pre-Dame
Hair: Laureen Krawse of Styles on B
Paebaek ceremony: Rose Hanbok
Videographer: DK Collection
Stylist Pro Tip: Ask your stylist on the design consultation about matching accessories for your dress. Anomalie can create anything from a matching veil or cape to a more formal overskirt for the ceremony or matching lace gloves like Christine’s! Schedule your call here to get started on your custom Anomalie wedding dress.