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Hello, I am Daniela Peterson. To tell you the truth I always dreamed of designing party gowns and wedding dresses, and the more I do it the more passionate I am about it! I am currently located in Wyoming, but I am m originally from Chile, I love where I live!

All dresses are made by my team, and finish touched by me and my mom. I offer "Custom Design wedding gowns", I design my own style dresses and make dresses inspired by other designers gown, but I am not able to make exact replica, however I can do my best to make it for you! Tell me what you want and we can team up and work together on your dream dress.

My favorite fabrics are Organza, Taffeta, Tulle, Lace, Chiffon, Satin, and Silk. Dresses are embellished with appliqué, rhinestones, Swarovski crystals, pearls, ribbon, and fabric flowers…

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  • Joined September 13, 2011

Favorite materials

satin, taffeta, organza, chiffon, tulle, lace, silk

About

Hello, I am Daniela Peterson. To tell you the truth I always dreamed of designing party gowns and wedding dresses, and the more I do it the more passionate I am about it! I am currently located in Wyoming, but I am m originally from Chile, I love where I live!

All dresses are made by my team, and finish touched by me and my mom. I offer "Custom Design wedding gowns", I design my own style dresses and make dresses inspired by other designers gown, but I am not able to make exact replica, however I can do my best to make it for you! Tell me what you want and we can team up and work together on your dream dress.

My favorite fabrics are Organza, Taffeta, Tulle, Lace, Chiffon, Satin, and Silk. Dresses are embellished with appliqué, rhinestones, Swarovski crystals, pearls, ribbon, and fabric flowers.


Wedding Gown’s Style
Ball Gown: You would like to look like a princess! Then this is your silhouette-big, dramatic, and supported by an underskirt crinoline that allows it to pouf out before it falls to the floor.
A line: A classic A-line angles out directly below the waist, like a 50’s dress.
Trumpet: With this silhouette, the skirt hugs the hips, and then begins to flow out in an A-line shape around mid-thigh.
Mermaid: The traditional mermaid can be flattering on brides who want to draw attention to their hips, thighs, and rear with this shape, the skirt is tight until the knee, then flares out to the feet.
Sheath: This dress is usually a simple, clean, somewhat fitted shape from top to bottom. There is no specific skirt shape or distinct flare.


Neckline Styles
Straight: This is a simple line across your chest. It is very common on strapless and works better on small busts.
Sweetheart: Popular on strapless dresses (and more flattering on full busts), the sweetheart dips in the middle, which slightly rounded lines over the breasts, it looks like a top of a heart.
V-neck: This neckline can be simple and demure or plunge daringly halfway to your navel. Either way, it probably comes with straps or sleeves (possibly a halter top that goes down into a V-neck in the front)
Scoopneck: You’ll probably see straps with this shape (though some strapless dresses dip in the middle. There are no hard edges-just a gentle rounded line from shoulder to shoulder)
Boatneck: The shape is high on the chest and cuts across from shoulder to shoulder, with a gradual dip in the middle.

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