Friday June 22, 2012
Actress Meagan Good “Thought Like a Man” & Got Married! in White & Purple Wedding Gown from R-Mine bespoke
Actress Meagan Good, star of Steve Harvey’s romantic comedy Think Like a Man, is married People Magazine reported. Did she apply the rules of Steve Harvey’s book and movie on snagging a good man to get married? We don’t know because she is probably on her honeymoon or working on her new NBC show for Fall, Infamous, so getting an interview is probably out of the question. What we can talk about is the majestic wedding gown Meagan Good wore for her nuptials to DeVon Franklin, VP of Columbia Pictures with stars like Tracey Edmonds, Derek Luke, Deion Sanders and Tasha Smith cheering them on!
Photo credit: Glamazonsblog.com
Meagan’s gorgeous wedding gown, with a hint of purple in the bustle on the back, was created by the R-Mine bespoke by Arminé. Jason the Jeweler designed her bridal jewelry, which was allowed to shine due to the fact that she wore a wedding veil affixed to the back of her hair, allowing you to clearly see her earrings.
Meagan Good told people that “I didn’t want girly,” says Good of her dress. “I wanted handsome. It’s got a bit of a masculine feel to it. I wanted something that felt a tad bit rebellious and out of the ordinary. That felt closer to my personality.”
Arminé is the head designer at R-Mine bespoke by Arminé in Studio City, California. When she is not designing custom wedding gowns for brides, she could” be found sketching, drawing and making clothes for her dolls.” The designer’s soft stylish creations carefully uses color in such a way as to not dominate the entire wedding gown.
The bridal salon revealed that Meagan’s “second “dress” was a white halter jumpsuit made of silk 4-ply. The jumpsuit had a very low back and a drop neck, that was belted in the middle. The 70′s inspired jumpsuit accents Meagan’s playful spirit. Second “wedding gowns” or wedding jumpsuits for the bride are a hot trend. Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kim Zolciak also wore a jumpsuit as her second wedding day outfit.”
“The designer, Armine creates one of kind pieces for the client, drawing inspiration from their personality and their wedding. When Meagan Good came into the R-Mine studio, she knew she wanted a purple dipped train. Armine took her idea and transformed it into a realistic piece of art, that looked amazing on Meagan. Instead of a purple dipped train, Armine used a light purple silk gazar. She draped the gazar in a waves, to give the train a free flowing form. The train coupled with the lace sleeves and tight mermaid silhouette gave Meagan and beautiful and elegant look on her wedding day,” revealed Brett of R-Mine bespoke by Arminé.