Nataly and Murad's big day was a truly special affair. They tied the knot in Moscow. It is such a shame I had to decline my invite to the celebration of love of these two people due to family reasons. But I was thinking of them on the day and sending my best wishes for years to come.
My friendship with @yourleo started when we were too young to probably even think about marriage. Living on opposite sides of the world now doesn't stop our connection and when we meet we just pick up where we left it. This lady is very dear to my heart and I am proud of her achievements.
As for the wedding - If I had to describe this lavish and exquisite celebration in one word it would most definitely be SPECTACULAR. Everything from Nataly's wedding gowns (3 of them), decorations, ceremony, venue, etc was extraordinary.
It was a challenging yet very exciting task to make headpieces for the beautiful bride. Something personal and unique which she can cherish forever. We agreed on a more traditional headpiece design for the ceremony to work with her Vera Wang stunning dress. Followed by some less conventional pieces to highlight Nataly's personality.
When I shared first images of the headpieces with the bride she instantly loved them and admired their beauty. And upon receipt she thanked me and said that these pieces are special to her.
Next time we see each other would probably be in Australia and I can't wait to give her a big hug in person and wish her and Murad a lifetime of happiness together!