Gilt‘s “Runway Bride” collection is going on now! Love the short Temperley London dresses and the gorgeous structured Carolina Herrera gown.
If you want to see the gorgeous gowns, click here.
Oh, and you can find some great gear for the groom, maids’ dresses, accessories, etc.
Creature Comforts is one of my loves. Between the inspiration and the sweet tutorials, I might stalk this blog a bit more than I should.
Check out this lovely little freebie – print your own mini candy bar wrappers. These would make a sweet valentines treat – or maybe a cute little wedding favor.
image from creaturecomforts.com
Choosing the right veil for your wedding can be tricky. The days of only having to choose between a handful of veil-lengths, based on the venue you choose, are long gone.
Now, brides are choosing their wedding veil based on their personality and dress style. Short dresses just scream for short veils or blushers. Long, traditional-style dresses look great with just about any style. Details such as pops of color, gorgeous mantilla lace details and embellishments are all sweet additions.
David’s Bridal has a great resource on veils – if you’re not sure of the right kind for your dress-style, or just want to learn a little before you decide, they offer a pretty solid description of styles and a riduculous selection of styles.
And, OMG, I had NO idea that they have combs and hairflowers – to wear alone or accent your veil (or, as many brides do, swap with the veil after heading down the aisle).
My favorite piece? A sweet Russian netting birdcage veil with a feather-flower embellishment (H7546). So lovely!
image from davidsbridal.com
The English Dept. Is hosting their annual bridal show this weekend. I so wish I could be there!
These dresses are stunning, ethereal and… simply perfect.
Love, love, love.
The English Dept. Is run by owner/designer Elizabeth Dye. Photography by Lisa Warninger.
Oh, and for those of you who aren’t Portland-bound, check out Elizabeth’s Etsy store.
He just proposed. You’re SO excited. Now what?
You try to shoot a few photos of the ring with your camera, and they look… dull.
You give it another shot, adjust the settings, and still, it just doesn’t sparkle like it does in real life.
Augh, what’s a girl to do?
Follow these brilliant tips from Anne Rutherford, and you’ll be able to capture some amazing shots of your ring to share with friends, family and Facebook (or Twitter).
(our rings, photo by Laura Ivanova – I’ll be trying again and will post soon)
Check out the easy DIY steps here.
I triple-heart J.Crew, but these accessories just made me fall even more in love.
These little beauties cound add a little sparkle and shine to any wedding – be it casual courthouse or gala event.
I want all four just to add some glam to my winter wardrobe!
Find them here:
Crushed glitter minaudière
Silk bouquet sash
Skinny peony headband
Crystal lattice necklace