Elizabeth Dye takes our breath away yet again with her Valhalla Gown. The magic is not in short-supply with the tiered tulle skirt and sweet shoulder straps atop a fitted bustier bodoce. The empire waistline evokesa viking feel,and given the name we're not surprised that we could picture Largertha wedding Ragnar in this very gown.
An ocean landscape is filled with different shades of oceanic blues, and what better color palette for your special day on the shore? If you are holding your wedding on the beach, using the multiple shades of natural gray and seaglass blues, combined with accents of elegant gold, provides a stunning and natural look. We are loving the gold-painted oyster shells as place marks for guests to find their seat, truly tying the ocean feel in.
Alexandra Grecco is that designer who just "gets" you. She understands the modern bride in a way that is singular and unique. Her Etienne gown is a strapless, form-fitting design with elegant, off-the-shoulder ties. The silk crepe skims the body and leaves us semi-speechless.
A naked cake with minimal icing is perfect for fall, remnicent of the sparseness of the season. The rest of the dessert table echoes the theme with pomegranates, persimmon, and blackberries displayed with dark whoopie pies and taper candles. It's moody and so very "October."
Sequin-crusted cap sleeves and a deco-inspired sunburst bodice make this gown a magical masterpiece. The column silhouette has a classic, Old Hollywood feel and the glamour level is off the charts. We want to see this gown on all the winter brides this season.