Archives for the month of: December, 2009

May the new year bring forth new love and new nuptials!

Time to break out the bubbly!

Alice in (Wedding) Wonderland

With fascinators still being a large trend in bridal fashion for both brides and ‘maids, it’s no wonder that Jade Rose Couture has caught my eye. With retro birdcage veils, floral pins, and funky feather hairpieces, all of the ladies of the day can add a dose of fabulous whimsy to their big day ‘do.

Click here to view the collections and shop online.

Retro City Chic

The weather outside may be frightful, but it still doesn’t keep many couples from holding their nuptials during the winter. With this in mind, GetMarried.com has compiled five tips to take note of in creating an enchanting look for you and your ‘maids for your winter wedding.

Click here to read the article.

Yes, this is the umpteenth times I’ve posted and inspiration board for my future nuptials (if, of course, they indeed do happen). I can’t promise that this will be the last one, but I can promise that it’s fabulous. Enjoy!

Photos taken from Brides.com and TheKnot.com

Taking a trip to yesteryear can be a delicious experience, especially when it comes to weddings. This feature on Brides.com shows the wedding cakes enjoyed by some of Hollywood’s best matches from Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall to Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. Ah, sweet memories!

Which famous couple does this wedding cake belong to? Click here to find out!

This RealSimple.com beauty article is meant to give women step-by-step makeup ideas for a night out on the town. Even so, I think that these looks can transfer nicely into the big day for a stylish bride or her ‘maids.

After all, I love a bold lip color going down the aisle could make a huge impact.

Click here to read the article.

Corral Chic

Wedding cakes have gone far past their humble white buttercream beginnings into works of art. Tradition has given way to lavish cake decorations such as fondant flowers, 24 karat gold dusting, and sugar bling along with exotic new flavors being added all of the time. However, these cakes can cost thousands of dollars! So, what’s a bride to do if she wants the same impact for less change.

Brides Magazine teamed up with five noted wedding cake designers to conceptualize five wedding cakes that pull inspiration from their pricier counterparts without breaking the bank. With a few slight changes, the savings can be quite sweet.

Click here to see the cakes.

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