Amy Kuschel

Amy designs her collection for the discriminating bride... she's hip, clever, and charming.  She approaches life with confidence and is looking for a gown that is sophisticated and elegant, reflective of her own personality.  Amy is known for having a great cut and creating lines that flatter the female form.


Part of the JLM Couture Collection and designed by Hayley Paige, the Blush bridal collection is characterized by casual elegance and femininity. Soft tulle, cotton lace, and blush tones create a feel of whimsy and romance within each design.


Rebecca Schoneveld

The Rebecca Schoneveld Bride is a woman who loves to move freely, laugh easily, and love honestly.  Rebecca's designs are fueled by a sense of restrained romanticism and elegant minimalism.




Anne Barge

Anne Barge Couture gowns are singular in their attention to intricately embellished stylings using French laces, Italian silk fabrics, and delicately hand-beaded embroideries. The Anne Barge Couture collection references romantically classic details and elegant stylings with a meticulous focus on fit interpreted for the modern bride.

Hayley Paige

Fresh, lively, and confident, Hayley Paige embraces sweet femininity with a touch of edginess.  Alluring contrasts are glimpsed in pairings like twinkle and matte, giving each dress an unmistakable charisma that embraces the bride's own captivating charm.

Nouvelle Amsale

Nouvelle Amsale gowns are made for brides with distinctive personal style. Like its wearer, an Amsale design makes an understated statement through the exquisite power of simplicity.

Blue Willow

Blue Willow by Anne Barge was created to suit the needs of brides wanting Anne's signature Couture look at a more moderate price point, the collection was designed to reach out to a broader audience of fashionistas. Gown styles feature tailored clean lines and architectural silhouettes with delicate details.


Designer Carlos Ramirez, best sums up his collection as refined elegance with a traditional yet modern twist. Liancarlo's body-skimming silhouettes, ethereal fabrics, metallic threadwork, and blossom-dotted bodices prove that classic does not mean boring.