The Spring Collection

The landscaped acres of the Frick Art & Historical Center's lawn and gardens provide a fresh canvas for spring's bridal fashion of duchess silk satin, diamond white tulle and jeweled tiaras.

Art, elegance and bridal style convene at The Frick Art & Historical Center and the grounds of the restored 19th century residence of Henry Clay Frick. The complex of museums and turn-of-the-century buildings is enriched with Victorian surroundings of pre-20th century European Art and is the legacy of Mr. Frick’s daughter Helen Clay Frick. Nestled in the quiet, residential neighborhood of Point Breeze, visitors take in the sights of the The Frick Art Museum, the Car and Carriage Museum, The Café, The Visitor’s Center and Museum Shop, Lexington Education Center, the Greenhouse and the Clayton. The landscaped acres of the Frick Art & Historical Center’s lawn and gardens provide a fresh canvas for spring’s bridal fashion of duchess silk satin, diamond white tulle and jeweled tiaras.

Capturing the Moment

This embroidered ivory silk satin strapless gown ($3,510) with floral hand embroidered gold sash and chapel veiling ($1,080) accented with multi colored floral embroidery and looped wired crown ($255) with crystals and rhinestones from The Bridal Beginning is the dreamy centerpiece of this portrait on the grounds of the Clayton.

Exotic Bloom

Flourishing outside The Greenhouse at the Frick Art & Historical Center is Olga in this white silk taffeta slim fit dress ($4,000) with lace appliqué by Tomasina. Her white roses, lisianthus and bear grass bridal bouquet is from KaBloom.

A Magnificent Entrance

Olga greets her special day wearing a diamond white halter dress ($1,547) by Henry Roth with jeweled tiara ($159) by AA, from One Enchanted Evening.

 

The Finest Framework

Gazing upon the European hornbeam, Olga stands in front of the Car and Carriage Museum with a perfectly placed tulip in her hair wearing a strapless beaded and embroidered bodice and skirt gown ($760) by Jasmine Collection, from Dreams Do Come True.

Garden of Grace

This strapless beaded and embroidered bodice and skirt, with pleated front and back full gown skirt ($760) by Jasmine Collection from Dreams Do Come True makes the perfect statement against the picket fence of the Visitor’s Center Museum Shop. Olga carries along her deep rich red rose bouquet from KaBloom.

Silver and Sage

Olga takes the driver’s seat on her big day in this duchess silk satin hand beaded and embroidered bodice A-line gown ($3,310) with sage satin sash at waist and ivory two-tier silver edge with rhinestone veil and headband of porcelain roses, leaves and fresh water pearls ($240) from The Bridal Beginning. She stands alongside this Silver Ghost Salamanca Town Car,1923, a Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited in the G. Whitney Snyder Gallery of the Car and Carriage Museum.

An Exquisite Display

Olga is a vision in this gown of white embroidered satin and tulle ruffle ($2,300) by Tomasina, elegantly making her way on the terrace of The Frick Art Museum.

THE STORES |The Bridal Beginning, 450 Cochran Road, Mount. Lebanon; 412/343-6677, bridalbeginning.com. Lace & Promises Inc., 1801 Washington Road, Upper St. Clair; 412/833-5113, laceandpromises.net. MB Bride & Special Occasion, 123 Urania Ave., Greensburg; 724/836-6626 or 724/836-8822, mbbride.com. One Enchanted Evening, 11269 Perry Highway, Pine Township; 724/934-4330, oneenchantedevening.biz. Tomasina, 615 Washington Road, Mount Lebanon; 412/563-7788, tomasina.com. Model provided by The Docherty Agency, downtown; 412/765-1400, dochertyagency.com. Hair and makeup by Amber Altany. Bridal bouquets provided by McCandless Floral, 8105 Perry Highway, 412/367-8708, mccandlessfloralinc.com. Shot on location at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2500 Brandt School Road, Franklin Park, 724/935-2746.

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