We're all about this elegant French Fishtail by Malorie Avaline Hair & Makeup. The hair style is modern and fresh, yet when paired with this art deco BHLDN gown it has an old world feel. But gown style aside, a hairstyle like this will bring a unique and romantic twist to your wedding day look. This wedding hair how-to over on Inspired by This will give you all the details.
Champagne watercolor tulle billows effortlessly around a gathered, fitted, and structured bodice with opal paillettes shimmering at the back while a pearlescent jeweled belt acentuates the waist. The soft tulle sleeves gently hug the arm effortlessly and are the perfect accent. Elizabeth Dye's Freya wedding gown is it for a fairy queen so we suggest adding a crown.
Copper is the new gold. This underrated metal has hung out on the sidelines for too long. With a sleek and modern, yet timeless look, a copper, slate, and ivory-themed wedding may be perfect for your big day. This new wedding color trend can go two ways: shiny new copper giving a modern wedding twist, or aged copper giving it all a more vintage feel. Either way, Moscow mules are basically a must.
Escape to the beach, pack a picnic and say 'I do' along the way. Why not? A wedding doesn't have to be an elaborate party. It just needs to be all the things you wish for it to be.
New Zealand-based, Rue de Seine does it again with their Love Spell collection. Epic fabrics and completely unique silhouettes define a group of gowns so gorgeous you can't look away. Blake stands out with her cotton crochet lace and fitted slhouette. The open back and arm bands, both trimmed in tassels, are awe-inspiring.
We are swooning over this romantic hair and makeup by Beauty and the Blush Artistry. The loose hair embellished with Italian ruscus greenery paired against the subtle rose makeup feels ultra-romantic. This look is only enhanced by the other soft pastel hues in this shoot by Lauren Peele Photography and stylist, Lindsey Brunk. We loved the mixed peachy-pinks and the way the makeup works in harmony with the rest of the styling.
Emily Riggs Bridal is one of our all-time favorite designers. The gowns are unique, magical, romantic, and truly one-of-a-kind. The textures and colors never cease to amaze us, and the Genova gown is no exception. The silhouette features a plunging V in both the front and back, long fish tail train, and scalloped hem, all in watercolor lace in blue and blush. Dreamy. Quite possibly the best part about this gown? It is handmade in Portland, Oregon.