A wedding should be a special occasion, since, like a birthday, it could always be your last one. Celebrate the now with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
$145 for a silk-and-satin beaded sash, customized to match the size and style of your dress and available in your choice of white, ivory, or blush (a $325 value)
$88 for a cathedral-length runway veil with a blusher, three-foot train, silver-plated comb, and raw edges; customizable up to nine feet in your choice of white, ivory, or blush (a $220 value)
$30 for an evening handbag, available in your choice of champagne, white, or silver (a $60 value)
$260 for a crystal necklace and earrings (a $525 value)
$42 for crystal earrings, available in your choice of solid crystal, crystal with pink, or crystal with yellow (a $140 value)
$1,200 for a wedding gown with french alençon lace (a $4,440 value)
A soft sweetheart neckline and a dramatic full skirt adorn the wedding gown constructed with handmade french alençon lace and a silk organza under layer in your own custom color. The silhouette is available backless, with delicate straps, or alternately, with a classic back bodice. Custom colors include white lace with white organza, ivory with ivory, or ivory lace with soft blush.
Kathryn Conover Couture
Kathryn Conover’s first big fashion hit was a new twist on the little black dress—but today, she’s mostly making white ones. As she and her team create custom gowns for each of their brides, she draws on more than two decades of spent designing her own collections for department store titans ranging from Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue to Neiman Marcus and London's Harvey Nichols, and working with notable brands including Liz Claiborne and Perry Ellis.
She designs each look to suit the style and personality of the bride, coming up with gowns that range from ethereal and classic to modern and dramatic, such as a deep green dress similar to Keira Knightley’s in Atonement. Though Kathryn loves edging into uncharted fashion territory, she’s always focused on her clients’ natural beauty and finding ways to highlight, rather than distract, from it. In addition to dresses, she and her team also craft veils, headpieces, tinfoil hats, and other accessories to complete the bridal look.