St. Pucchi wedding gowns are designed to be timeless. With Victorian inspired beading and designs, as well as the romantic feel of the lace and tulle, each bride will feel like royalty on her wedding day wearing an extravagant St. Pucchi dress. The styles range from a twist on the ordinary, all the way to something extraordinary for brides who are looking for something truly unique.
The Woman Behind the Designs
Rani Totman, the president and designer of St. Pucchi and the Avine Perucchi collection, began her bridal empire in 1985. Totman was one of the first bridal designers to branch into colors other than white for brides, and she aimed to provide modern, yet classic designs to women. Inspired by her family’s business as purveyors of fine lace in Thailand, Totman’s love for design and bridal gowns began while she was young. She opened her first boutique at the age of 20, and from there began creating her own designs which are now sold worldwide.
St. Pucchi gowns are luxurious and lavish, all holding to clean lines and an ageless feel. Tortman designs them to highlight embroidery done by hand, colored jewel accents, delicate beading, and exotic silk materials in order to achieve the elegant style each bride desires. For brides who seek an alternative to white dresses, St. Pucchi offers color options like pinks and champagnes, or white with rich colored bows and accents.
Avine Perucchi by St. Pucchi
Avine Perucchi Couture Bridal Gowns are a collection from St. Pucchi. Designed by Totman, these dresses have the same romantic feel as St. Pucchi gowns, yet with more traditional lines and details. Avine Perucchi gowns are made of silk and lace with the same luxurious feel for brides looking to keep their wedding gowns more on the conventional side.
St. Pucchi gowns have been worn by celebrities such as Tara Reid, Candice Cameron, and Alison Kraus, and have appeared in high profile magazines including Brides, Cosmopolitan Bride, Martha Stewart Weddings and many others.