Let me just start by telling you how much I love winter weddings.

This was a special dress, a special bride, a special groom that are so special to me.

This suave dream boat is my cousin Spencer and this is my new cousin Madi.

She’s originally from St. George so that’s why they chose the temple down there.

Madi was so sweet and asked me to do her wedding dress.

We then met for lunch with gourmet cocoa and started cultivating all of her ideas into one.

Each detail, color, fabric, trim, veil, everything.

She signed off on the sketch and I started creating.

She wanted an ivory dress, with an all lace bodice with long sleeves.

I love the thick scalloped lace trim on the hem and how it ties in with the scalloped lace at the end of the sleeves.

She wanted a timeless classic lace so I found this stunning floral Italian lace to work with.

A sweet simple satin ribbon on the natural waistline and the bow billowing down the back of the dress.

The train was subtle but the chic, simple cathedral length veil made up for it.

This photographer utilized it in all the right ways.

Her “something borrowed” was my double drop ivory pearl earrings.

The neckline was far too busy for anything else.

She looks like a perfect dream. Just the most beautiful timeless bride.

Spencer doesn’t look too shabby himself in that tux.

It’s always such a joy to work with family.

You know them inside and out.

We’ve shared so many amazing memories all of our lives and to be able to be a part of this special memory is an honor.

I love you two so much and can’t thank you enough for letting me create your dress.

Photography by: Lauren Collier (@LaurenCollierPhoto)

Florals by: By Bloomers (@ByBloomers)

Both of these talented women are based out of St. George so if you’re looking for wedding vendors give them a call.

I included their Instagram names so you can look at their work.

Dress and veil were done by me.

If you need a quote on bridal gowns or evening wear email me at MissMagelicutti@gmail.com

XOXO