"I'm actually really excited to have you and
your team have most of the creative control. Our wedding
theme is steampunk.
I'm confident in your abilities (and my lack thereof)
that you will create something beautiful."
Melissa S. (Colorado, fall 2013)
Thus began a most happy project for our ROMANTASY team
for the fall 2013 wedding of our sparkling bride Melissa,
pictured right and below. Here's what she wrote us after
her special day:
"I have received both the corset and the
hat and they're both gorgeous! They fit so well!
Thank you and your team so much for making my
wedding gorgeous! We had a fantastic time." (12/20/13)
was a dream to work with Melissa--and it was all long-distance!--
because our bride allowed us some
artistic license within her color scheme and steampunk theme, and
achieved a unique, personalized design for her three-piece
ensemble, bringing it within her anticipated range for a
budget. (Skirt by corsetiere
hat by ROMANTASY; Melissa's photos (c) Morgan Varon,
Note that we can make coordinating pieces of your ensemble,
hats and veils,
and even purses.
Our Halloween bride Chelsea chose a "Sweeney Todd"
black-and-white theme, and
requested a white satin corset based on a
1750-style corset, embellished with black braid and
She brought us her clear vision of a
skirt, brought to life by our talented
Brazilian seamstress, Maria, who hand-cut the scallops
on the black lace tiers.
The ensemble is modeled left and below by bride
Chelsea. (As noted, photography by Lavish.)
For each bridesmaid, we created a rhinestoned
matching our bride Chelsea's own choker for her
the couple (and especially the groom!)
loved the result, as did the many wedding guests at their
Halloween evening wedding at the Mark Hopkins Hotel,
2011. We were pleased to be invited to celebrate the occasion, and Ann
was honored to be Chelsea's "dresser" and assistant, pictured right,
prepare her for walking down the aisle.
Below you will see three more brides of differing ages and
themes for their special days.
mature bride for a second Las Vegas wedding, wanted
something elegant and reserved, in midnight blue. Note
that Sharon embellished her skirt with black lace to coordinate
with her lace-covered Valentine Victorian corset. Our
young bride pictured, chose to wear her ivory silk Edwardian
underbust corset and custom chemise set under her gown, to
create a notable waistline in her traditional ivory
wedding gown. Our "red" bride chose an outdoor wedding
in the Renaissance style and ordered Sharon's
corset in scarlette silk dupione.
Almost any corset by Sharon (see styles listed on
main page) could
serve a wedding corset. Please choose from her
specific style page or
place your order, measurements, fabrics,
embellishments, and design ideas via email to us. We'll
work out a bid that will fit most budgets, and you will
have an ensemble that can be worn and appreciated for years should you care
to do so!