It’s totally normal to love the look of long dramatic trains on wedding dresses, but it is also normal to have no clue what to do with that train for the reception. Seamstresses and designers add bustles to long trains to keep brides from tripping, and ruining the dress after the ceremony. The tricky part can be remembering how to bustle the dress up. We’re here to help, these tutorials and explanations can give you a clear idea of how to bustle your dress, or what kind of bustle you want to add.Read More
Need help planning the perfect party for the bride to be? We’ve got you covered! We were inspired by ZOLA, and their article about “57 Bachelorette Party Themes for the Perfect Bash”. These ideas are fun and instaworthy, and perfect for every girl gang to enjoy. Weather your bride tribe wants a chill weekend in, or to live it up every night, there is a party theme for you. Big thanks to ZOLA for these ideas.Read More
…After a trip to Sposabella in the city, where I usually go for bridal lace, I found the perfect three-dimensional lace fabric. It was exactly what we wanted: it had all the elements of the branches and leaves and small flowers embroidered on a tulle mesh (perfect for cutting out). In other words – it was meant to be!…Read More
When planning the wedding we (the brides) are often responsible for overlooking every aspect of the event. The bride’s job is to make sure everything is perfect and picking the groom’s attire is often included in her duties.
There are tuxedos for every personality and occasion and here are some fun out-of-the-box ideas for you and your hubby to consider when it comes to his attire.Read More
Recently, my close friends opted for a “micro-wedding” (about 20 guests or less). I was intrigued to find out that this is becoming more and more popular with couples. With the price of weddings as high as ever, and everything else that goes into having big celebrations, a small wedding is looking more and more appealing to many couples.
Dedicating a website to your wedding is an efficient way to combine all the details of your wedding. I am personally planning my own wedding next summer in Europe and I have guests attending from all over the world. I love that on our "wedding website" we can share with everyone at once all the events we have planned and provide information for airports, hotels, and other fun things to do in my city. People can visit it at their leisure and this will save everyone a ton of time spent going back forth with questions. It's perfect!
I personally chose Zola.com because it's free and I loved their templates but there are so many options out there to help you build your dream wedding website.Read More
Over-the-top weddings are a fantastic source of inspiration for your own ceremony and reception! These lavish events were magical and original and I just love them.Read More