Laces and leather: wedding corsets of our dizziest daydreams #Fashion#Sponsors: Fashion#black dress#blue dress#brown dress#corset#goth#multi-colored dress#omg dresses#print dress#purple dress#red dress#steampunk Updated Oct 3 2016 (Posted Jun 9 2016) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. Thanks to our amazing sponsor, Dark Garden Unique Corsetry, for sponsoring this corset roundup. Dark Garden makes couture ensembles through a one-on-one design process for their brides and grooms. Go see! Bethany's Lyndsey Clark corset | Photo by Photomuse Related Post Delicious wedding corsets and custom ensembles for brides and grooms from Dark Garden If you're thinking about rocking a corset on your wedding day -- either over or under your outfit -- first of all, let me just... Read more One trend that has lasted for years on Offbeat Bride is the timeless, ever-flattering corset. It easily transitions from costume to steampunk to elegant and simple. We have so many amazing vendors with whom we work who create absolute works of art for our readers that it's hard to even keep track of them all. What better way to try than to round up the most recent and most awesome wedding corsets we've seen in years? Let's ogle the intricate details, fabulous waistlines and Venus folds created by these looks. Danika's Dark Garden corset | Photo by Rawtography Danika's Dark Garden corset | Photo by Rawtography Dark Garden Unique Corsetry's superb artistry in action Victoria's gorgeous blue and black corset | Photos by Sandy Thompson and Daniel Madrzak Victoria's gorgeous blue and black corset | Photos by Sandy Thompson and Daniel Madrzak Liz's mirrored corset | Photo by Myke & Teri Photography Liz's mirrored corset | Photo by Myke & Teri Photography Corset by Auralynne Megan's gothically delicious corset | Photo by Bryan Humphrey | Dress by Christine Silver Ashley's Threads of Time pirate corset | Photo by Justine Johnson Photography Julie's corset + tutu combo by Glamtastik! | Photo by Cactus and Lace Weddings, LLC Lust-worthy corset from Starkers Corsetry Holly's steampunk-inspired corset by Tailor Wedding | Photo by Dawn Molina Photography Corset by KMKDesigns Risa's adorable and colorful corset with mini tie by L'Atelier De La Fleur | Photo by De Nueva Photography Jen's E Oliveri corset dress | Photo by Candice Dollery Photography Corset by Palatine Bridal — Exquisite Plus-Size Gowns Sara's Game of Thrones-inspired corset by Boss Wench | Photo by Fornear Photo Zeva's gorgeous blue corset by The Fitting Room | Photo by Carrie Swails Photography Christine's steamy leather corset by Clockwork Couture | Photo by Retro Spike Studios Corset by Northwic Diamond Minx's black and white masterpiece by Lace Embrace Atelier | Photo by Aura McKay Diamond Minx's black and white masterpiece by Lace Embrace Atelier | Photo by Aura McKay Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS This mug shot photo booth gives your guests the criminal element NEXT I now pronounce you a Hot Mess: On being the best you can be when shit goes wrong Show/Hide comments [ 4 ] Ok, now I'm inspired to send in pics of mine after the wedding! It was important to me to get a custom-fit corset, which is a step up from made-to-measure but requires you to actually be physically in the same place as the designer so she can put a muslin mock-up on you and pin it to fit exactly, so I picked someone close enough to me for a visit or two in person. If you're ordering one remotely and can't get it fitted in person, the most custom you can get is made-to-measure (you send the designer all your measurements and she goes from there). I'm so excited to wear mine! I used the corset info from the Lingerie Addict blog which has a huge corset information round-up to decide what kind and shape I wanted before I contacted anyone. They like Dark Garden there, too. My corset is kick-ass- it's black and sapphire blue, with pinstripe lace to give it a slight menswear wink, and I have a skirt made from the same blue silk to complete the look. My FMIL is going to be scandalized, though we've warned her I'm not wearing white 🙂 Reply Loving these corsets. Especially the purple and steampunky ones. Reply I am so excited to share my experience in a few weeks about getting a corset from Dark Garden… it was such a crazy process, getting measured and fitted. They literally fitted it to my skeleton! *swoons* Reply Your posts are always interesting and different. I just love this one, it made me laugh:) Thanks for this lovely post. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. 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