Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Design a Wedding Dress for a Friend: See the Gorgeous Photos

07/18/2014 at 01:25 PM ET

The Olsen sisters apparently have bridal wear on the brain! Both Mary-Kate and her little sister Elizabeth are engaged, so now seems like the perfect time for Mary-Kate and Ashley to venture into wedding dress design territory. And their best friend Molly Fishkin was the lucky recipient of the first-ever bridal gown from the designers behind The Row and Elizabeth and James.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen design first wedding dressVOGUE/Heather Kincaid

The result? A stunning all-lace creation with a romantic scoop neck and sheer bell sleeves. The whimsical design had a feminine, boho aesthetic, and the silhouette was tailored by the Mary-Kate and Ashley to perfectly flatter the bride’s proportions.

“They are very close friends of mine and have been for the last 15 years,” Fishkin says in the August issue of Vogue. “The minute I got engaged, they said they would love to design my wedding dress. I was thrilled — their taste is impeccable, and I really trust them. They were always so calming and made the process incredibly enjoyable. I will never forget what they did for me. Designing my gown with them was the most exciting and emotional experience of my life.”

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen design first wedding dressVOGUE/Heather Kincaid

Fishkin accessorized her look with a matching floor-length veil (also by The Row), Manolo Blahnik crocodile slides and very loose waves — and the end result was exactly the kind of simple glamour that the Olsens’ clothing lines embody. We’ve previously speculated about what Mary-Kate might design for her own wedding, and this might be a clue — though the bohemian, relaxed vibe of this gown seems to have “Elizabeth” written all over it.

See more wedding-day photos at Vogue.com, and tell us: What do you think of the Olsens’ bridal debut? Are you a fan of this gown? Sound off below.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen design first wedding dressVOGUE/Heather Kincaid

–Brittany Talarico

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Beth on

I don’t want to be mean and say I have a tablecloth that looks similar……

fayem1 on

all mean people say they don’t want to be mean right before they are, and all lace looks like a table cloth but the dress is beautiful and the veil is as well. try to examine your motives for saying it is not

fayem1 on

all mean people say they don’t want to be mean right before they are, and all lace looks like a table cloth but the dress is beautiful and the veil is as well. try to examine your motives for saying it is not

Lydia on

Beautiful! Good Job girls!

Kica on

Gorgeous

Jess on

I love how delicate and feminine it is. It would be nice to see one of the Olson twins in something like this they always seems to be wearing such dark macob colors.
They are both such beautiful woman they should brighten their wardrobs to reflect that.

Lizzy on

I love them , unlike most child start turn adults . Their prents should write a book to tell the world how the manage and kept these rwo lovely , refine girls grounded

charlotte on

@Beth – agreed

Tommie on

Very pretty and it’s not black! It reminds me of the seventies look.

Guest on

@fayem1 Do you know the difference between “The dress IS beautiful” and “I THINK the dress is beautiful”? Everybody is entitled to his or her opinion and it not up to one person to decide what is and what is not beautiful.

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