This Boho Bride's Pink Floral Wedding Dress Took 250 Hours to Make
Roxanne Conso always knew she wanted a wedding dress that was "different." So when she laid eyes on a Marchesa gown that came from the Resort 2016 collection, she was inspired to create something similar. The bride and her husband, Romain Pavee, invited their friends and family to Tulum, Mexico, where they exchanged vows on the beach (no shoes allowed!).
Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig spent 250 hours working on the floral appliqué details for Roxanne's custom silhouette at the New York atelier. "It is such an honor when any bride chooses to wear Marchesa on her wedding day. Roxanne is such a beautiful, confident woman, and this Marchesa gown was the perfect fit for her and her wedding in Mexico," Georgina commented of the look, which also featured a special tag dyed light blue for Roxanne's "something blue."
But a boho bride like Roxanne wouldn't just opt for effortlessness at the ceremony. She brought her signature style to the rehearsal dinner the night before, where she wore a lace crop top and matching skirt, and later to City Hall, where she made things official in a modest high-neck number. Read on to get a glimpse at all her outfits and swoon over the intricate embroidery on her brightly colored dress.