Although Nina's road to her perfect wedding gown was not all sunshine and rainbows, when she walked down the aisle on September 17, 2016 at Bedell Cellars to marry her true love Scott Principi there was no denying that she looked absolutely radiant in her romantic lace gown.
Nina's journey to the perfect wedding dress was a rough one. Having shopped at many different salons and trying on so many gowns, it became a bit difficult for Nina to find and decide on exactly what kind of gown she wanted to wear on her special day. Her search for a dress finally led her to Kleinfeld Bridal where she was hoping that things would turn around for her. While Nina did find a gown on her first trip, later Nina decided that this gown was a bit too sexy for how she wanted to look on her wedding day.
Therefore, Nina made a second trip back to the salon still in search of her ideal wedding dress. Nina's consultant pulled some gowns from inside the Pnina Tornai Boutique at Kleinfeld Bridal for Nina to try on. This time. Nina fell for a simple and romantic lace trumpet gown with a sweetheart neckline. The beautiful lace detailing was exactly what Nina was looking for and the sweetheart neckline and exquisite fit of the gown gave Nina just enough sexiness without being too over the top. As an added bonus, upon hearing about the gown troubles Nina was having, Pnina Tornai herself gifted Nina a cathedral length veil for her to wear on her special day.
The chic and romantic gown was the perfect match for the beautiful vineyard setting that Nina and Scott married in. There was the rustic nature of the wood against the soft and dreamy flowers that surrounded them. Nina's gown was elegant enough so that you knew the event was a special occasion and yet casual enough that it did not look out of place in the whimsical setting.
Finding the dress that she would wed her love in may not have been the easiest or most pleasant of tasks for Nina but fortunately for her, everything worked out wonderfully in the end. Feeling confident and elegant on her wedding day, Nina could not help but smile at how stunning she was in her chosen gown.
“I don't really like to be the center of attention so the gown was the perfect balance of making me feel special without making me stand out too much,” Nina explains.
In a gown that complimented her hourglass silhouette, had remarkable lace detailing and just a hint of sexiness, Nina had finally gotten her fairytale ending. She married her soulmate Scott and they danced the evening away ready to live their lives together and begin their own happily ever after.
Photography by: Dear Stacey Wedding Photography
Written by: Jazmine Keels