Would you wear your grandmother’s dress on your wedding day?
If you’re as lucky as Elizabeth, spoiled with a grandmother who designed & made her own gorgeous gown in 1952, we bet the answer would be yes! With beautiful lace, long sleeves, a (totally-in-right-now) high neck and buttons down the back, this heirloom gown was the perfect way to honor Elizabeth’s grandmother and mother who also donned the same dress.
But why settle for one when you can show off all facets to your own personal style?! For their elegant ballroom reception, Elizabeth changed into a very different, clean-lined sweetheart gown that could not be more perfect for this ornate affair.
Incorporating all the proper Jewish traditions throughout their ceremony & reception, this wedding photographed by Danielle Harris is everything we love and more from a classic, fancy fête.