Sarah & Rueben’s charming London celebration was a fresh mix of fabulous vintage style and Western and Eastern traditions. Both bride and groom were dressed to the nines in foxy, vintage-inspired attire. New Zealander Rueben donned a purple velvet bow tie and top hat with his dapper blue Topman suit (his amazing handlebar mustache was […]
With thoughts of Bridal Market still dancing around our head, it’s nearly impossible not to see the best of the 2012 collections reflected in everything we see. Case in point, these MagnetStreet Weddings Pocket Invitations, which are as stylish as they are smart.
MagnetStreet Weddings, a longtime and well loved sponsor of Perfect Bound, never ceases to disappoint when it comes to beautiful paper products at a nice price. We picked out few of our favorite designs, among the seemingly endless collection, that could have very well served as the source of inspiration for the 2012 collections. We wouldn’t be surprised if Vera Wang and Monique Lhullier had a few MagnetStreet Weddings invites pinned to their inspiration boards. In fact, the striking resemblance between the tulle and satin concoctions that walked the runway and the artfully imagined designs that define MagnetStreet Weddings Invitations is nothing less than perfect. Take a look at what we mean…
For all you long distance lovers, this weekend’s engagement story is dedicated to you. Jen and Ryan have been dating for years, but spent the past year as a long distance couple. Despite the distance, they managed to keep their chemistry in tact and are now enjoying some serious good times (in the same city) […]
You may be wondering how a wedding blog totally dedicated to fashion could go without a single post dedicated to last week’s Bridal Market. Well…wonder no more.
Coming up, we’ve got so many runway presentations and designer Q&A’s, you’re going to be wearing snow boots, drinking hot chocolate and singing Christmas carols before you’ve heard the last of Bridal Market from us. Until then, sip on this: our favorite links from around the web and a recap of all things stylish from right here at home.
Alana and Rich’s minimal, art gallery wedding celebration was filled with a lovely variety of extra carefully curated DIY and handmade touches.Their artfully stark wedding color palette consisted of bright whites, charcoal greys, natural wood, and bright red – and Alana’s strapless, retro wedding dress, Twigs & Honey bird cage veil, and gorgeous red Kate Spade pumps tied it all together.