I love how detailed and one-of-a-kind the Rosa lace is. The style, detail, and honesty of the dress coordinated with the natural beauty of our venue so well.
The Rosa. The Rosa was that dress that kept lingering in the back of my mind, even though it was not what I’d originally gravitated toward. I thought I wanted something long sleeved, and almost nearly went for The Verdelle, but I added Rosa at the last minute during my first fitting. It just felt right from the first moment I tried it on. The gorgeous fabric, flattering shape, and stunning train ticked all the boxes.
I went to the showroom in Venice, CA and met with Bec. She was amazing and patient with me and suggested that I try on the Rosa gown even though it wasn’t on my initial list. I immediately fell in love (it was one of the first ones I tried on), but needed to visit a bunch of other stores before making my final decision. I waited until the very last minute and ordered my dress about 6 months before my wedding date.
I chose the Rosa in Nude lining. I loved all the other dresses but when I tried on the Rosa, it felt like it belonged and it struck a strong emotional response. It so happens, out of coincidence, that the name of the dress is the name of my Nonna (grandma) who passed away that year. It made it extra special knowing that and that she would be a part of my wedding day.
I chose the ROSA dress with nude lining. I knew I wanted a GLL gown with an open back, but I realized the ROSA was ‘The One’ because it fit so perfectly! When I tried it on I absolutely loved that there was no padding, underwire, or even a zipper. Besides the dress being absolutely gorgeous, it was extremely comfortable - and that was very important to me. I wanted to be as comfortable as possible on my wedding day so I could wear the dress throughout the entire night without wishing I had a second outfit to change into.