Most of the time you’ll find Chelsea on her blog, Frolic. Or designing and styling a photo shoot. Or teaching an online flower class. Basically she’s always busy with something lovely! Which makes us extra happy to have her stopping by with a guest post today…


I am so happy to be on Snippet & Ink today! I only read a handful of wedding blogs these days but Kathryn’s is always a standby. I love her timeless, sweet, and practical approach to weddings. A designer whose gowns embody these same values, is Leanne Marshall. Her looks are wearable, flattering and have a classic quality that makes me think you won’t regret being photographed in one of these looks. Many of her looks have an understated, girly quality that I just can’t help but love.

Leanne takes her ballet-inspired looks one step further with these pieces that have a bit of surprise, inspired by flower petals and cabbages! She’s not afraid to add some stripes and pink to a wedding dress either!

See more at Leanne’s blog and Etsy shop!

Thanks for having me on Snippet & Ink today, Kathryn!



All images from Leanne Marshall’s blog and Etsy shop. 

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  1. Elizabeth @ hobbylobbyist

    The cabbage dress is amazing! She does gorgeous work.

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  2. Jenna

    I’m in love with the third dress pictured. It’s beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Amanda

    Leanne is making my dress (third one shown) and let me tell you I went up to her studio and tried it on and it was gorgeous!! I am so excited to get married in it!

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  4. Andree K.

    Bringing variety into the wedding dress game is definitely something to applauded. Also an extra round of applause for more non-sleeveless options for brides!

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  5. Alisha Vidal

    Love them all but the second to the last dress is my fave! So sweet and timeless! :)

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