Summer Months At Mia: Summer Trunk Shows


We are well into Summer, and although we are all trying to avoid the sweltering Summer heat, we have some fun events coming up that you won't want to miss! Our upcoming trunk shows couldn't be more different, but that only means there's a little something for every bride. For the simple, elegant bride, Sareh Nouri's timeless silhouettes are perfect. If you are looking for something more unconventional, Alon Livne is for you! Schedule your appointment today. 










To schedule an appointment for these highly anticipated trunk shows, please call (713) 622-2022 
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Mia Bride: Janice and Matt


When Janice arrived for her appointment at Mia Bridal Couture, she already has a top gown in mind: a beautiful, lace sheath by Watters Bride that would be perfect for her botanical wedding at the Hermann Park Conservatory. However after slipping into a simple, fitted gown by Martina Liana, she realized her top picked had some competition. After going back and forth between the two gowns, there was only one solution. The two gorgeous gowns were unique enough that Janice decided not to pick between the two, she picked both!

She walked down the aisle in a stunning, strapless Mikado gown by Martina Liana. Beautiful in it's simplicity, Janice instantly fell in love with its bridal feel and unique geometric seams. For the reception, Janice changed into her first love, a short sleeve sheath by Watters Brides. The gown featured a speciality lace that included metallic threading. The gown was comfortable and light which allowed Janice to dance the night away.


Ceremony Gown: Martina Liana | Reception Gown: Watters | Ceremony & Reception: Hermann Park Conservancy | Photography: Dana Fernandez | Event & Floral Design: Jennifer Laura Design | Hair & Makeup: Hey Lovely Makeup | Music: The Wedding Show 

See more of this beautiful wedding in the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of The Knot. For more information about the gowns, please call (713) 622-2022.



 
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