Princess Lasertron

Make it pretty.

These three words are what Megan Hunt, founder and owner of Princess Lasertron, live by. And oh, what pretty dresses she makes!

Megan, when she was growing up, wanted to be a stay-at-home mum just like her own mother. But during college, she discovered that she wanted not to copy her mother’s life, but to capture her spirit of happiness and contentment. She worked hard at her studies and with that mixture of doggedness and creativity, she finally opened Princess Lasertron in 2005.

Live slower, respect your imagination, and take inspiration from the little things. Make it pretty means to motivate others to seek joy and find it in themselves and others. It’s taking a bit more time to make something a little better. You can make life pretty and be joyful. We like that!

Megan’s creations are bold and timeless, inspired by 1905s style designs. These are for brides who aren’t skittish about wearing bright tights and chunky heels on their wedding day. Bridesmaids’ dresses are available, too.

Rock n’ Roll Bride

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Inspired by Kat Williams of Rock N’ Roll Bride, a popular wedding blogger. One-shoulder electric blue cotton dress with origami-like pleat at the top of the bodice and over the shoulder.

Rebecca

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For a simple, authentic barn wedding. Cream-colored cotton with a sheer overlay of white dot. The skirt can be paired with their crinolines for a flouncier look.

Jess

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With a vintage fascinator or pillbox hat, this becomes the quintessential courthouse wedding dress. Cream-colored cotton with a sheer white dot overlay.

Long pleated dot crinoline

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Perfect under one of their wedding or party dresses, or worn alone with your favorite top.

Joy

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Luxurious champagne-colored taffeta with a slight mermaid hem creates a classic, show-stopping silhouette.

Jen

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Understated organic cotton twill shift with a scoop neck and a-line skirt that flatters and takes you from your afternoon wedding to the evening reception.

Ashley

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Silk taffeta gown with hand-cut silk flowers and a self-tie canary grosgrain sash. The full lemon yellow petticoat peeks out like a little surprise whenever you move.

Sara

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A handmade silk pom adorns the shoulder of this strapless silk frock, the overskirt hemmed with vintage turquoise seam binding.

Karin

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The bateau neckline of this dusty mint green silk and nylon dress lengthens your neck and flatters your décolletage. Fulfill your fairy fantasies with a matching hot pink petticoat and wings!

Tricia

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Wear this organic cotton twill shift with platform peep-toes and colored tights for an authentic 1950s wedding look. With a polka dot-print skirt and a corsage of handmade chiffon flowers.

Nicole

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This super-saturated emerald green flatters every skin tone, and the classic silhouette makes this one of their most versatile dresses. Comes in silk taffeta, too, for your bridesmaids.

{Images via Princess Lasertron}

  1. Amanda says:

    Where are these dresses from?!? They are NOT on the Princess Lasertron site.

  2. Marcela says:

    Hi Amanda, these dresses are Princess Lasertron dresses. In addition to her felt and button bouquet business she launched a wedding dress collection. I suggest you e-mail her directly. Her contact details can be found on her website. Cheers.

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“I’m Marcela, an Aussie expat living in Hong Kong. This space is where I share my love for weddings and bits and pieces from my family’s life and adventures. I love celebrating weddings, motherhood, family, travel and life’s simple joys.”