The Bride to Be

Photography by James Woodley

Shot on location at Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, Fort Lauderdale

Model: Kenzie Mariano (km-fit.com)

Dresses: All wedding gowns courtesy of Zola Keller Las Olas (zolakeller.com)

Hair & wedding accessories: Rebecca Mousseau, Phairis Luxury (phairisluxury.com)

Makeup: Ana Martignetti (anamartignetti.com)

Flowers: Courtesy of Ann’s Florist & Coffee Bar, 1001 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale (annsfloristlasolas.com)

Pictured above: Off-the-shoulder gown in rose with multicolor appliques and detachable over-skirt train in soft colors. $6,500

About Zola Keller

For more than two decades, designer/retailer Zola Keller has been one of South Florida’s most trusted and sought-after names when it comes to special occasion gowns. Nowhere do her thoughtful, fashion-forward and detail-rich sensibilities come to life more than her selection of high-couture bridal gowns, which the Zola Keller team will customize to fit each bride’s desires.

For general information, or details about the wedding dresses featured in Lifestyle, stop by Zola Keller Las Olas (818 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale), call 954.462.3222 or visit zolakeller.com.

About Bonnet House

Few backdrops in Broward can match the rich history and tropical tranquility of Bonnet House Museum & Gardens (900 N. Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale). Spanning some 35 acres, the property’s native barrier island habitat encompasses five ecosystems. In addition, the estate originally created by Frederic Clay Bartlett in 1920 houses an art museum, gallery and studio. For more about renting Bonnet House as a wedding or special-event venue, call David Woodin at 954.703.2608. For general information about all that the museum and gardens have to offer, visit bonnethouse.org.

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