Dress of the Week: Ledurne Model by Pronovias

This week we bring you a dress from Pronovias’ 2014 pre-collection. This floor length gown has a beautiful mermaid skirt made with tulle and nylon frills that will give the allusion that you’re floating as you walk. The strapless neckline is created with feathers, which is my favorite part of this dress. This gown is part of the dreams collection for 2014, and we can see why! Its shape and material give it such a romantic and whimsical feel.

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Photo courtesy of Pronovias

Let us know what you think!

Xoxo,

Sheri

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Dress of the Week: Pronovias

This week’s dress of the week is Bibiana from Pronovias’ 2012 Glamour Collection.

Image courtesy of www.pronovias.us

 Superb quality materials are the starting point for this majestic line. Fabrics to be admired, such as Geneva satin, Rome organza and Vals taffeta are combined with the most exquisite elements: natural silk bows, floral gemstone embroidery and Paris gauze frills. It is a beautiful, pale salmon strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline that has a slight drop waist and a full a-line ruffled skirt.

Xoxo,

Sheri

{First Blog} Dress of the Week: Pronovias

First off, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Sallie, and I am the newest member of Curtain Up Events and so thrilled to be involved with this company. Kiki and Danielle have shown me the ropes, thus leading to my first blog entry. What’s more exciting than starting with Dress of the Week? After careful consideration (and shopping around countless websites), I have decided to feature a dress from the wonderful designer Pronovias.

This week’s Dress of the Week is the Adam wedding gown in Pronovia’s 2011 Fashion Collection. 

Courtesy of Pronovias

I wanted to begin my first blog by choosing a dress that not only caught my eye, but gave you a little taste of my style. This one-shoulder, mermaid style dress is without a doubt a sexy, body hugging gown for the traditional bride who desires a modern twist. The full-length lace gives it a beautiful, conventional feel. However, the style and silhouette along with the materials that this gown is comprised of make it different from other traditional wedding gowns.

The Pronovias group dresses brides in 75 various countries. Originating in Spain, this company adds a little international flare to their designs, which make them all that much more special. In total there are 150 stores worldwide, employing over 730 people. Using thin, light and soft materials such as chiffon, pleated chiffon or morbid tulle, this collection of dresses exemplifies elegance and class all the way!

We definitely suggest that those of you who are looking for similar, fabulous designs check out the website or visit one of the many stores all around the world!

Xoxo,

Sallie