Scrolling through designer Stephanie White’s instagram feed is basically seeing my deepest, most sacred wedding fantasies come to life. I’ll never forget the day I discovered Odylyne the Ceremony — I literally gasped out loud and thought to myself, Oh my god. Somebody out there gets it. “It” meaning the ethereal, romantic, dreamy, ceremonial vibe that I always pictured for the wedding inside my mind. I’m not alone — Stephanie showed her 2017 collection at this year’s NYBFW (that’s shorthand for New York Fashion Bridal Week, in case you didn’t know) to rave reviews from publications like Vogue, Martha Stewart, and The Coveteur. The designer’s out-of-the box designs are quickly gaining a cult following among bohemian brides who aren’t interested in the strapless satin sameness that’s dominated the wedding industry for years. Stephanie designs for the bride who wants to take risks and be daring. “We’re here to help her do that,” she says with a smile. Join us as we spend the day with Stephanie chatting about designing with emotion, why the best fabrics come from India, and what it really takes to make it in the competitive world of bridal fashion.