Designer of the Week: Lazaro
Lazaro, from the creative mind of Lazaro Perez, has been at the height of the bridal world for decades. The designer has perfected the art of bridal. His creations are a romantic and whimsical retreat from the mundane. Each collection is lined with decorative beading, flowy, colorful fabrics and the ability to turn brides into runway beauties.
Below are a few of our favorites from the Lazaro Spring 2015 Collection. These and other Lazaro gowns can be found at Town & Country Bridal Boutique and Pearl’s Place.
This beauty is a champagne layered tulle fit and flare bridal gown. It is accented with a gold floral beaded and embroidered bodice with a strapless sweetheart neckline, a sparkle tulle and organza skirt with a sweeping train.
Men's black suit from John's Tuxedos.
Match this gorgeous look with a dapper fellow in a gorgeous tux from designers such as Tom Ford and Dior and meet him at the altar of a gorgeous hotel ballroom.
We agree fully with the hair style that is pictured in the look above. A swept up-do, slightly messy, possibly with braids and embellishments.
Bel Aire feather comb at Southern Bridal.
Photograph by Theresa Cassagne.
Combine this look with a pale, pretty bouquet; add gold accents in aspects such as your cake and you have a perfect harmony to your magical day.
Flowers by Federico's Family Florist with photograph by Studio Tran Photography.
Cake by Baked Custom Cakes & Confectionaries. Photograph by Theresa Cassagne.
This look is a Wisteria silk crepe trumpet bridal gown with opal jewel encrusted bodice, strapless sweetheart neckline, natural waist and chapel train.
We love this look for many reasons. The color is gorgeous, the silhouette is simple and form-fitting and the bodice adds just the right amount of bling. This look also gives the bride the opportunity to play with colors and styles.
Match your man in something equally as fun and even think about adding some color into his wardrobe as well.
Continue to play around with your look from the tip of your toes to the top of your head. We think a boho look with an understated headpiece would bring out the beauty and airiness of this look.
Add a pop of color in the bouquet. You can continue with the light and airy style, but go bold with rich colors.
First bouquet by Tommy's Flower Shop, photograph by Shoot 2 Studios.
Second bouquet by Dunn and Sonnier Flowers, photograph by Theresa Cassagne.