Love this rustic barn setting to showcase these gorgeous lightly embellished bridal gowns.  Which one is your favorite?

Kadence – Ivory alencon lace fit to flare bridal gown with strapless jewel encrusted neckline, ruched detailing along sides of bodice and center back, crystal and alabaster detachable bolero and chapel train.
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Kollender – Ivory silk satin trumpet bridal gown with V-neckline, beaded collar embellishment continuing to plunging back with chapel train.
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Star – Alabaster tulle A-line bridal gown, with crystal encrusted bodice and skirt, sweetheart neckline and chapel train,
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Dori – Alabaster tulle bridal gown with halter high neck alabaster and crystal bodice, full horse hair flounced skirt and chapel train.
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Lana – Ivory over cashmere English net geometric natural waist bridal ball gown with twist sweetheart bodice, horsehair tiered skirt and chapel train.
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Paloma – Ivory silk Georgette natural waist A-line bridal gown with Grecian draped bodice, full skirt with cascading ruffle peek-a-boo slit, alabaster and crystal detachable bolero with chapel train.
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Lourdes – Ivory over cashmere lace fit to flare bridal gown with lingerie strap detailing, english net ruched bodice and godets in skirt, bow at natural waist and chapel train.
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DRESSES Hayley Paige

 

What better way to honor the combining of two families, than with family photos?  This simple DIY project only involves locating your parents wedding photos or other family portraits and putting them in picture frames to make this memorable wedding decor.  I could look at these photos all day, what do you think of this idea?

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Search picture frames by designer Monique Lhuillier  //  Lauren by Ralph Lauren  //  Kate Spade //  Swarovski //
Vera Wang

Love this rustic gray and pink wedding with hot chocolate wedding favors and DIY gift tags, the beautiful table setting, unique fan cards and invitations. The play on lighting was very well done with the natural up lights, chandelier and decorative strands of outdoor lights.

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Hot chocolate guest gifts – Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer via Fab You Bliss // Wooden ceremony chairs Simply Bloom Photography via Style Me Pretty // Barn reception Caroline Tran Photographer via Style Me Pretty // “Love Story” sign // Outdoor string lights via Apartment Therapy // Hot chocolate guest gifts and invitations – Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer via Fab You Bliss // Gray tags with cream ribbon photographed by Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer via Lovebird Productions
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Jimmy Choo shoes photographed by Jen Rodriguez Photography via Wedding Chicks // Bouquet photographed by joielala photographie via Style Me Pretty // Groom & groomsmen attire, photograph by Michael & Anna Costa Photographers Ltd. via Style Me Pretty // Gray cake via The Pastry Studio

Sparklers are a spectacular way for the bride and groom to exit either their ceremony or their reception.  They are a fun way to engage your guests and provide and ever lasting moment.  Just make sure that you check with your venue to make sure they are allowed.  How do you plan to make your grand exit?

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Champagne bottles can act as flower vases for your table decor, your table numbers or be your wedding favors for guests to indulge and enjoy! This easy DIY wedding project adds a touch of sparkle and can tie in your wedding theme with your wedding colors.  Cheers!

Materials:

  • – Bottle of Champagne or sparkling wine
  • – Super 77 adhesive spray
  • – Craft glitter
  • – Latex gloves
  • – Drop cloth or old sheet
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Alante Photography
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