For anyone still wondering, Truvelle proves they are much more than just wedding dresses with the introduction of their latest Maker Collaboration. The Vancouver bridal brand adds delicate floral headpieces and halos to their repertoire just in time for wedding season. Created alongside Halifax Milliner Nicole McInnes of Oh Dina!, the collection resulting from the collide of these two Canadian coastal brands is both simple and breathtaking.
Individually tea stained florals give off sepia tones which add to this collection’s sense of timelessness, while fresh hints of gypsophilia and rosemary appeal to modern brides and their bridal parties alike. From the notable list of botanical details to the assistance of local street signs in naming the collection, it is not difficult for brides to envision themselves in the seaside townships of Nova Scotia or the floral-ridden home studio where OhDina! is based. Like many of the Truvelle gowns, designs from this six-piece collection are tied together with a Japanese grosgrain ribbon, for a finishing detail that confirms these two indie brands could not be a more perfect pairing.