Grais and Jerry do Vegas – Part I

The Four Seasons Las Vegas wedding of Grais and Jerry turned out so beautifully, we had a hard time choosing photos to show you! In fact, there were SO many great ones, that we’ve decided to add a full gallery to the site showcasing Grais and Jerry’s day from start to finish. The new gallery will be added in a few weeks when we update the site… In the meantime, check out our blog over the next week for a peek at all the lovely photos which did not make the gallery, but are still worthy of attention.

Here’s a detail shot of Grais’ wedding gown. Ever the resourceful bride, Grais bought a plain, cream-colored dress off the rack, then took it to a seamstress to customize. They added on the vintage beaded butterfly applique on the bust, cut out the back and added crisscrossing satin straps, and used the same satin material to add a fluid bustle which draped sensuously behind. It was one of the most brilliant alterations we’ve ever seen! Grais took an ordinary dress and completely made it her own, and on budget-friendly terms too. Love it… so chic and effortless.

Grais and Jerry Las Vegas Wedding Photography

Check out that vintage sparkler! Wow! Not a bad way to accessorize.

Grais and Jerry Las Vegas Wedding Photography

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