When there are so many different options for customizing your wedding out there, it's pretty difficult to state that one piece of wedding décor or fashion is "The Best" thing we've ever seen. It all depends on a bride's personal preference, at the end of the day. But when our Instagram followers go crazy for a pretty bouquet photo, or in this case, a wedding dress, it's hard not to take notice.
Last year, there was one particular Insta photo that our brides went bananas over — and for good reason. The picture features a perfectly tanned bride running on (what we assume) is a roof while a pink-hued, polka-dotted wedding gown flows behind her in the wind. It's one of those photos that you just can't stop staring at, even if you try.
Now, we're not sure exactly what makes the dress so utterly breathtaking... Is it the scooped open-back? Or maybe the sheer sleeves covered in dots? No, it must be the radiant pink glow under the white tulle skirt that does it.
Whatever the reasoning behind the trance it puts us in, all we know is we're hooked. And according to the comments left on this post — which garnered more than 12,000 likes — it seems you all are addicted too. Yzetcuevas wrote, "My future wedding dress," natch, while catiecat323 exclaimed, "OH MY GOODNESS" when confronted with such beauty. Because so many of you were determined to make this dress your own, we decided to do a little hunt to find out who created such a work of art.
When we originally posted the photo, it's worth noting that it was just a regram from photographers Danilo and Sharon that we thought was super pretty. But then, when everyone became desperate for answers once we posted it to our page, we took a look at the Stockholm-based photographers' Instagram page to find out where a bride can purchase such a dress.
It turns out, the man behind the wedding dress design is Predrag Djuknic, who is dubbed "one of the most talented young designers in Serbia," according to his company's Facebook page. While we can't find a direct link to a website for shopping purposes, you can message him on Facebook or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Happy hunting!