A summer bride always has the fear of heat when planning her salt-air-themed wedding. Wearing a traditional dress may be tough when it comes to staying cool on the big day. We are absolutely loving this low-cut, strappy gown from Cleo & Clementine. The all-around open top and loose-fitted look are the perfect combination for a sandy-toed wedding.
A lipstick almost too beautiful to wear, but who are we kidding? These lipsticks were born to be worn by your bridal party! These Kailijumei lipsticks with flowers frozen inside not only have a unique look but also a unique feature: They change color depending on your body temperature. So skip the matching name hangers; give your girls something original they can show off weeks after the wedding.
If you’re all about antiques and quiet class, a shabby chic wedding might be just the ticket. Combine worn or distressed wood texture with lace and light pink flowers, and this timeless theme will wow guests. A shabby chic wedding can be high-end or approached as budget friendly. Keep your eye out for yard sale items with grand potential, like old chairs, wooden crates, and funky farm tables. Any of these often-inexpensive items will enhance this look cost free.
It's a childhood dream come true is when you get to say your “I dos” as a Cinderella look-alike. This full-length ballgown from Milla Nova’s Babara collection is perfectly fit for glass slippers and a magical day with Prince Charming at your side. The extensive detail, flowers on the train and arms, the deep-v lace embellished top, and button-down back are simply bibbity bobbity bootiful!
What better way to ask your bestie to be a part of your wedding party besides champagne and custom champagne? Even better, get your bridesmaids' and maid of honor's names on their very own bottle and pair with your favorite pretty products. Giving these gifts out may be as fun as receiving one, especially if you get to share a glass of their bubbly. Cheers!
Party like Jay Gatsby with a vintage ’20s-style wedding. Nothing says glamour and class like champagne towers and old-fashioned cars. Stick with lots of gold, white, and black for an instant classy feel. Add in light shades of pink and blue, and the wedding will start to feel like you stepped back in time. Ask your bridesmaids to find inspiration in flapper-style dresses with beaded designs, and feather headpieces are so West Egg. Oh, and make sure your men are in suspenders and bow ties, old sport!
Trina and Dalip had been connected since childhood through a family friend and after eight years of dating, Dalip proposed on the steps of the Reims Cathedral in the Champagne Region in France. The couple wed two years later on a stormy March 1st, the anniversary or their first date ten years prior, at Jacuzzi Family Vineyards in Sonoma, California. They combined Sikh and Hindu ceremonies, followed by a reception where guests toasted with the very same champagne, which Dalip flew in, from the day of their engagement in Reims.
Christine Cater's event and floral design set against the backdrop of Carmel Valley Ranch is absolute magic, but throw in Carlie Statsky to capture the day, and we've got a full-blown swoon-fest on our hands. This inspiration shoot is everything you want from a California wedding and then some. Cater's wildly unique and romantic ceremony features a hand-painted, art deco–inspired aisle runner, ombré flowers, ghost chairs, and a circular ceremony altar made of soft golden pampas grass. The rustic wooden table set against the Carmel Valley landscape is home to a vibrant centerpiece and acrylic menus that feature gold calligraphy. Enter the bride, in an elegant, illusion-back Amsale wedding gown from Haute Bride paired with teal Christian Louboutin shoes, and our hearts are racing. We trust yours will, too.