May I present a foursome of lovely gowns by Canadian-born bridal designer Romona Keveza? I think they are wonderfully feminine without being too princess. But don’t take my word for it!
The Romona Keveza collection burst into the spotlight five years ago when the designer was asked to contribute gowns to be photographed for Legendary Brides (HarperCollins, 2000), authored by Letitia Baldridge, who served as Jacqueline Kennedy’s White House social secretary. In her sensationally illustrated book, Baldridge, a leading expert on etiquette and manners, chronicled the weddings of famous brides of the last century.
The one thing I don’t understand about Ms. Keveza is how she can design the lovely frocks above while also putting together gowns that look as if they are consuming the bride’s brain.