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The white wedding gown will always be a classic choice, but Spring 2013 Bridal Market saw some daring departures from this tradition. From accents of black to subtle pastels to fire-engine red (yes, RED), many designers produced gorgeous fashions for the technicolor bride, particularly Vera Wang with her collection of fiery wedding dresses.

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Black and White Wedding Dresses

Pink Wedding Dresses

Blue Wedding Dresses

Red Wedding Dresses


A new invitation suite has been added to my Zazzle shop.

Introducing the Mandala collection, a fusion of minimalist and exotic that features a pink mandala motif on all pieces. Hope y’all like it!

Click here to view the full Mandala collection.

Sweet Sherbet

I saw this Valentine’s Day-themed dessert buffet done by the talented Amy Atlas on Hostess with the Mostess’ blog and I just had to share it! The pink color scheme, French macaroons, and overall lovely presentation could serve as some inspiration for a dessert buffet for your bridal shower or wedding. What’s not to love?

Too sweet for words! Click here to see the rest of Amy Atlas' creation.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is winding down. So, as a last hurrah, this board is coming up rosy. Enjoy!

Think Pink

Credits: Corbin Gurkin, Jubilee Events, The White Dress By The Shore, Blush Floral Design, Lisa Lefkowitz, Stella Alesi, James Abel Events

Today kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month! This disease has claimed the lives of countless women and must be stopped. One way you can do your part is by contacting Brides Against Breast Cancer.

Brides Against Breast Cancer is a non-profit organization (in association with the Making Memories Breast Cancer¬†Foundation) ¬†dedicated to finding a cure ¬†for and bringing joy to those affected by breast cancer. They hold events such as their Bridal Gown Sale, where all proceeds from the purchases are donated to breast cancer research (note: if you’ve already taken your trip down the aisle, you may donate your dress.) They also provide the materials to host a Pink Envelope Project bridal shower or reception, in which you and your guests put donations into (you guessed it) a pink envelope and send it to the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation. Such an option is perfect for you conscious brides who would like to make a donation in lieu of giving favors to your guests.

For more information, click here to visit Brides Against Breast Cancer online.

Don't give up the fight!

Don't give up the fight!