Let’s just say we’re *a bit* excited about how loud and proud we’ve all gotten to celebrate women empowerment lately, and watching those ideals displayed even stronger in bridal collections has been euphoric. When we saw the latest Muse Collection from Morilee by Madeline Gardner we were high fiving all around the Bridal Musings water cooler, these gowns are feminine and fierce – fit for a garden goddess.
Lucky us, we had the pleasure to dress up our own muse Annette Flores (or Netty Flowers, so fittingly named) in our favorite gowns from the utterly romantic collection. She played peony queen in Morilee’s beloved & powerful Kinley gown and channeled rockstar Stevie Nicks vibes in boho goddess gown, Kendall. Each dress in the collection has its own feminine details and features fierce silhouettes.
And a garden goddess needs her stage – Kelsey Calandro of Flutere dreamed up this incredibly wild and colorful altar that could turn any wedding space, inside or out, into a botanical paradise. Refraining from attributing to any certain color scheme, the arches buck the usual trends creating a unique, modern, and ferocious look. We’re inspired by the live floral earrings (new trend alert!) and the freely held florals, that allow our goddess bride to change her bouquet and look throughout the wedding day.
Rebecca Eichenbaum‘s naked cake, adorned with Flutere florals, adds that perfect untamed, natural touch for the wedding scape. And an edgy, deep-parted braid by our style queen Roxy adds to the wild look, all I could do is bow down behind the camera as the fiercely styled Morilee Muse scene unfolded.
Without much further ado, we present to you our feminine and strong Morilee garden goddesses.