Posts Tagged ‘Handmade’
Wedding planning is a hectic, and even hellish time for all brides – but add to the pyre the stress of making your own wedding dress by hand? Plus five bridesmaid dresses? It’s a trial few brides could withstand. But sew-happy Portland bride Suzannah was determined to create her perfect dress piece-by-piece. The result: this gray tulle daydream!
edToolbar() Split Content MISC Multimedia Lauren’s gorgeous silk shantung and tulle Elizabeth Dye wedding dress so perfectly suits the simple, chic style of her college campus wedding. “I chose my dress buy cialis online without a prescription by Elizabeth Dye because I wanted something non-traditional yet clearly bridal.” says Lauren. “I’m pretty clumsy and I [...]
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.
Andra and Christopher’s Romanian Orthodox ceremony and backyard wedding reception was filled with a beautiful mix of traditional wedding ritual and casual, contemporary elegance. But we couldn’t overlook Andra’s beautiful custom dress – modeled after a favorite vintage evening gown that belonged to her mother.
How many of your favorite wedding-related words are in that title: diy, destination…Maui! I mean, does it get any better?
For Rosanna and Tony, the answer is “No.”
Last month, the LA couple traveled to Maui to tie the knot, diy style. They infused their beach wedding with fun and color, using red, orange, blue and purple ribbon throughout the ceremony and reception. Rosanna even styled her Lena Medoyeff wedding gown with a bright orange sash. So pretty!