NOEL AND JEAN wedding dresses

Noel and Jean by Katie may is inspired by Katie's two muses - her sisters. Noel is her eccentric younger sister who effortlessly blends seduction with femininity. Jean, her older and well-traveled sister, is classically beautiful with a posh and modern undertone.  Noel and Jean braids these  two styles together into a cohesive collection for the independent bride who commands a presence in all she does.  Collection starts at $395, and is available exclusively at our Denver and Minneapolis Locations.

OUR CURRENT favorite wedding dresses FROM NOEL AND JEAN

'Emie Top' by Noel & Jean

'Emie Top' by Noel & Jean

'Thorne Top' by Noel & Jean

'Thorne Top' by Noel & Jean


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Q: When did you know that you were going to design bridal?

Bridal was absolutely unintentional.  My little sister got engaged, I designed her a custom gown that was unlike anything out there, blogged about it, and someone pinned it on Pinterest.  Next thing I know, I was receiving thousands of emails overnight from brides all over the world begging me to remake "the backless dress" for their wedding.  Suddenly, Katie May was chest deep in bridal.

QTell me two little known facts about you:

I love tequila.  I love to cook.  I struggle with road rage.  I am always late.  I laugh at my own jokes.  I oppose GMO.  Huge fan of Korean Spas.  I'm a Capricorn.  

 QWhat is your favorite article of clothing? 

 I don't have a favorite article of clothing, but my most prized possessions are my wedding band and passport. 

QWhat is your favorite vacation spot? 

Favorite & Easily Accessible Vacation Spot:  Bacara in Santa Barbara

Favorite Vacation Thus Far:  Amanpulo in the Philippines - OMG this place didn't even seem like real life it was that extraordinary

My Next Dream Vacation:  Safari in South Africa followed by a week in Seychelles - a girl can dream, right?!? 

QWhat is the last great book that you read? 

I'm currently reading "Seven Words That Can Change the World" by Joseph Simonetta.  My husband and I make it a point to read yearly either together or independently - the simple truths outlined are like commandments in our home.  Fave book of all time is "Shantaram" by Gregory David Roberts - Johnny Depp needs to be the star when it hits the big screen.....hint, hint. 

QAny advice for brides?  

My advice is to write your own vows.  One of my favorite moments of my life was being up there with my husband reciting the vows we wrote together - thinking about it puts a smile on my face.  It was our words, our commitments to one another, and our voice together as one.