Courtesy of Priscilla of Boston
Tracy Uomoleale, designer for the Priscilla of Boston collection says that her focus on the Spring 2010 line revolved around creating interest through contrast. "My intentional combinations of opposing design components such as soft with structure, high sheen with matte finish, and classic with modern styling, create a unique perspective that is subtle yet strikingly beautiful."
This strapless, silk-and-cotton faille modified ball gown with a figure flattering corset-seamed bodice and pleated skirt is adorned with a Swarovski Crystaltex belt that accents the natural waistline.
Her favorite wedding moment is "the look on a groom's face when he sees his future wife walk down the aisle towards him. It's such a beautiful, moving visual to take in." And she recommends that a bride chooses a song that reflects her own personal taste to walk down the aisle to. Her personal favorite is Ave Maria—"it's classically beautiful and really provokes an emotion and sets the perfect tone for a special ceremony."
Tune in to Brides.com on Saturday, April 4th to see the Spring 2010 Priscilla of Boston collection live! Starting at 6pm we'll be showing you a behind the scenes look at all of the Priscilla of Boston bridal collections including the live runway shows. Click here to watch!