I sifted through my archive last night and I’ve noticed a terrible oversight on my part. Most, if not all, other bridal blogs invite their readers to submit the photos and stories behind their big day…
And I have done no such thing, opting instead to bombard you with my musings and my musings alone.
Shame on me!
So, I would like to offer my apologies-and, an invitation to all of my readers to submit their wedding day photos along with the stories behind them. Feel free to submit a vendors’ list too.
Send all of your wedding stories to firstname.lastname@example.org-I’ll be waiting!
Dress Code Formal is yet another chic, inexpensive argument against the dreaded ugly bridesmaid’s dress. With dresses ranging from sizes 0 to 28 and costing about $150 or less (shipping included), this online retailer offers modern silhouettes that can be worn long after the wedding bells stop ringing. Furthermore, their styles are available in white for the bride looking for a much cheaper alternative. Furthermore, DCF offers an assortment of accessories and jewelry to further accent their fabulous pieces.
Anna Elyse prides itself on chic simplicity. The designs are broken up into several skirt silhouettes and lengths which are them paired with a wide variety of necklines and colors (including white for brides seeking a simpler, more affordable dress). Or, coordinating styles are available so that everyone from your maid of honor to your flower girl will fit the theme and the style of your wedding party. In all, the dresses from Anna Elyse will be useful long after the cake is cut.
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.