L'Evento - Event Resource Boutique :: Central Indiana
From Demetrios' "Ilissa" Collection
This Wedding Wednesday we are featuring Brides By Demetrios. Demetrios Elias opened his first bridal boutique, Illissa Bridals of New York City, in 1980. Today, there are over 25 Brides by Demetrios store locations, including one right here in Indianapolis!

Demetrios bridal gowns allow women the widest and most versatile styles that are admired all over in the fashion world. His dress collection continues to evolve and has an assortment of lines that are available at Brides by Demetrios stores. Some of his collections include, Demetrios Couture, Ilissa, Illusions, The Princess Collections, Demetrios Evening, and a variety of others.

According to the designer, two silhouettes are "in" this year: the A-Line, with jeweled accents, and the princess look, with a full skirt and fitted bodice.

Not only does Brides by Demetrios have hundreds of wedding dresses to choose from, but you will also be surprised at the variety of bridesmaid’s dresses that could compliment your wedding gown. That perfect, just for you dress, might just be waiting for you at Brides by Demetrios!

Brides by Demetrios
4110 East 82nd Street, Suite D
Indianapolis, Indiana 46250
(317) 585-9990

Who didn’t grow up with the Disney princesses?

Alfred Angelo Bridal recently opened a new boutique in the Castleton Square Mall, and L'Evento Event Resource Boutique was lucky enough to be there for the grand opening! While there, we saw many of the beautiful gowns offered by the Alfred Angelo line.
The newest collection is titled Disney Fairy Tale Weddings by Alfred Angelo. With sizes 0 to 30W, each of seven dresses represents a timeless Disney princess story. 

Ariel, the understandable mermaid silhouette in fabrics that “move as gracefully as the ocean.” Jasmine, an effortless sheath silhouette defines true beauty as exotic and daring. Sleeping Beauty, with roses and floral motifs the ball gown fit for a springtime princess. Tiana, the most modern princess is everything if not unique. Cinderella, nothing but classic in this A-line with a sweetheart neckline, and jewel-encrusted bust. Belle, a detachable shrug and draped net pick-up skirt compliment notes of gold in the bodice, mimicking the well-known golden ball gown. Snow White, Walt Disney’s first princess, with an apple blossom bodice and flowers blooming on the skirt - perhaps pictures by a wishing well?

Your Fairy Tale Awaits…

Which princess would you like to be for a day?