Wedding and Bridal Fabric Collection!


We are very excited to announce our partnership with the very talented Michelle N. Hébert!
We can’t wait to share with everyone the bridal pieces she created for the San Diego Wedding Fashion show! Here are a glimpse of the show – We hope you like it!


We begin the show at The US Grant in San Diego, where we have hundreds of beautiful wedding gown designs waiting to be seen by our audience outside.

Here are some of the models taking a group picture before the show starts.


As the show starts, here is a beautiful classic wedding look with a smooth and beautiful drape and flow to it.

Here is a close up shot of the same dress. You can see some of the embroidered texture added to this design.

This dress is a wedding day must have. As you can see it has a beautiful drape as well and has that classic wedding dress design.




Here we have more of a modern feel to this design. It’s bold and adds more a clear design, making this wedding dress one of a kind.


Here is a far shot, you can see the drape of the bottom skirt and how wonderful the flow looks as you move.

We would like to Thank Michelle again for giving us the opportunity to work with her and her amazing wedding designs. If you can’t get enough of these amazing styles. We have a more pictures of many more beautiful designs on our Facebook Album linked below.

Through this partnership with, Michelle launched her new bridal pieces on Sunday (February 19, 2017) at a Tea Room Style Showcase with SanDiegoWedding at THE US GRANT Hotel!

For a better idea of the runway style, imagine Christian Dior’s intimate showcases during the 1950’s & 60’s

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