Amalia Carrara is a name that is constantly thrown around the wedding gown industry. As for an online presence, Eve of Milady and Amalia Carrara wedding gown collections teamed up for a stunning website built in flash to promote their designs. A classical opera track plays as the designs are shown one by one as a slideshow. The track had my computer speakers rattling the papers on my desk. The sensation that music brought about was one of classical elegance and perhaps of a romantic setting—like reliving a tale in a castle in a town far away. The presentation is spectacular. The Carrara collection is famous for the detailed beading work and stitching. The presentation of Amalia Carrara’s dresses is on a spotlighted model in various poses in what looks like a set of Versailles. There is provocative lighting to her presentation inducing a visitor to draw comparisons between the darkness of the background to the angelic, light-colored lines of the wedding gown fabric.
The dresses are categorized by alphanumeric codes. This one is the A20, a beautiful off-white ball gown style dress with sweetheart neckline. It is just one example of the talents of Amalia Carrara.
Coming from a talented designer pool--her mother Eve, Amalia has put together one hundred percent silk gowns for the celestial brides. The Amalia Carrara beading work and stitching detail can be seen in the craftsmanship from bead to bead, fabricated beading on top of other beading, or a precise bead on top of a rhinestone. Her fabric designs are a thing to take another glance at too as she uses unique patterns and placements to create wedding gown phenomena. A friend from an Orange County bridal salon told me that the fitting of a Amalia Carrara dress, in extant, is topped by very few designers. Her trunk shows are scheduled online and brides are welcome to visit their factory in New Jersey. Photos and more information can be found atwww.eveofmiladybridals.com.