Martha Stewart Weddings - - ONE AUTUMN EVENING -

“A crown seemed like too much for my per­son­al­ity, but then we de­cided, I’m the bride—why not? and just went for it,” Glara says of her golden head­piece. “We knew a veil wouldn’t fit with the gown.” As for the gown, that was only one of many de­ci­sions made jointly by the bride and groom. Glara spot­ted the dress while on a trip to Lon­don but didn’t make a move. Months later, when the real hunt be­gan, she men­tioned it to Matthew; when they saw the gown to­gether, he loved it im­me­di­ately. “It felt ethe­real and lux­u­ri­ous to be en­veloped by them,” she re­calls of its lay­ers of chif­fon. And the re­cep­tion dress? That was also se­lected with help from the groom. Its form­fit­ting sil­hou­ette and sheer cape pro­vided a sub­tle nod to the cos­tume-cen­tric wed­ding date.

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