Our goal is to grow our brand nationally but stay grounded in Ohio." Customer reaction The ladies' customers say they are thrilled with the products they've received. "The robe she made from my gown is just stunning," said Michelle Clagg of Plain Township. "It is something my daughter will cherish for a long time. It is more beautiful than I imagined." Clagg was married in 1985 and had her dress boxed up since. She has moved six times, and, each time, the dress went with her and was stored in a closet. Her daughter Stacie lives in Sarasota, Fla., and is getting married later this year on Hilton Head Island. In addition to the robe, she had Rojek also made a bouquet wrap and a cake round for the wedding cake. "My daughter and I went to a bridal show earlier this year and saw her there," said Clagg, who said she knew Rojek previously, as their daughters were in a dance class together at Avondale Dance. "A lady we met in one of the dress shops we went to suggested we use my dress to make something for the cake table," explained Clagg. "She told us there were people out there who could make things from my dress, and I thought that was something I wanted to do." She and her daughter unboxed her dress, puffy sleeves and all.
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But these days, more brides are looking to personalize their wedding day by ditching the traditional white gown and matchy-matchy bridesmaid dresses. Instead, they're opting for colorful dresses and dressing their bridesmaids in white, according to Etsy's Wedding Trend Guide 2017 . This bridal party switch-up might sound like a wedding fashion disaster, but, if done well, it can look amazing. These mix-and-match white bridesmaid dresses by Truvelle are gorgeously subtle, and would let a bride wearing color shine. These simple yet beautiful bridesmaid dresses prove the wedding party can wear white. These elegant off-white dresses also don't completely match, while each bridesmaid has her hair styled differently to make each style look more relaxed . They all carry the same bouquet to pull together their looks. As for brides, while most wedding เสื้อผ้าวัยกลางคน dresses are still white - or at least an off-white shade - a growing number of brides are turning to colorful and patterned dresses, like this dramatic gown from Mywony Bridal. Walking down the aisle in this dress would definitely make a statement. Around 11% of brides are looking for more "unique" designs, including different colors, lengths, and styles, according to BRIDES American Wedding Study 2016 . Jumpsuits instead of wedding dresses are an emerging trend, too.
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