The bridal label Theia is known for their laser cut petals that infused their dresses and gowns with a 3D botanical effect. For this new grouping they reimagined the petals by loosening and aerating the placement. Less is more is the thinking and follows throughout the line of simple yet captivating bridal gowns. Although they are one of the pioneers of this kind of embellishment, it certainly is not all they do. But ball gowns that take up half of a room are not part of their DNA. What is? Curvaceous yet tasteful column dresses and body conscious mermaid gowns that glide over a woman’s body, not capture and grip like some severely fitted numbers in stiff fabrications. There is a delicacy to Theia gowns—slender straps are tied in the back with minimal fuss. A tied bow and a beautiful back is all that’s needed. They are not the type that are decorated within an inch of their life. Simplicity seems to be their tag line and allowing the bride to bloom and be the focus as it should be on your wedding day
The dresses are meant to be worn for the entire wedding day and not taken off after the ceremony. It’s easy to imagine a bride dancing the night away without feeling restricted by corsets, heavy beading or thick fabrics. But that is not to say the dresses are not beautiful or lack embellishments. Hand placed appliqués can be seen on some dresses. The beauty of Theia is that it allows brides to sparkle instead of the dress becoming the star.
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