Anthea means blossom in Greek, a epithet of the Greek goddess Hera. Hera, who is also the goddess of marriage, is designed to celebrate flourish and beauty. Anthea features a circular chapel train decorated with extensive flower patterns and a scalloped edge. Crepe chiffon is embedded at the underlayer to support the projected flower embroideries on the outer layer. Three different types of lace is used to create textural and dimensional flower and vine pattern all over the dress. The embellished illusion V-shape back with pearls and the covered button back zipper furnish the bride a hint of sexiness.