Using the most delicate laces and luxurious fabrics, which are hand embroidered with Swarovski crystals, Miami, FL based haute couture wedding gown designer Netta BenShabu creates absolutely gorgeous dresses, which are now available at Solutions Bridal Designer House.
In a wonderful turn of events, I had the pleasure of meeting Netta when she came to discuss her line with the Solutions Bridal team at their location next to the Millenia Mall. She is just as beautiful as her gowns, both inside and out!
Netta started her love for fashion when she was a little girl in Israel. She fell in love with the gowns that she saw in classic movies like Gone with the Wind. One of the things she told us that I found really fascinating was that in Israel the only focus on designer gowns is in the wedding world. So naturally when it was time for her to pursue her love for fashion, she began her schooling at the prestigious “Shenkar” fashion academy studying bridal fashion. She would later move to Miami to create her haute couture bridal collection “Queen Palace” which launched in 2015.
Netta BenShabu’s gowns are true works of art. All of her gowns are unique with the use of different details and fabrics but all create a feminine look with a defined waist that works for brides of all shapes and sizes. One of the many things that I love about these gowns is how a Solution Bridals consultant will measure each bride in over 10 locations to make sure that alterations will be the very minimum, creating a near perfect fit.
After seeing the gowns in person, I knew that they would be perfect for our magazine. And when the opportunity to have a shoot at the newly renovated Howey Mansion in Howey-in-the-Hills became available, it was a match made in heaven! The magazine will be released this Wednesday, January 10th, online and I can’t wait to share it with you.
In the meantime, you can schedule your appointment at Solutions Bridal Designer House to try on these incredible gowns. Thank you so much to Erika, owner of Solutions Bridal, for such a warm welcome during our visit!
Gowns range from $4,500-$11,000
Netta with her Etwall gown from the Paris Collection