One of my favorite handcrafted lingerie designers, Salua, needs to be on every brides radar. Each collection I see gets better and better. Stunning, feminine and ethereal: anything but fussy and uncomfortable. It’s your wedding night, you shouldn’t be worrying about snaps, buttons or itchy, scratchy material. Silk and cotton blends make this designer … More “After I Do”
Truth be told, I don’t think it’s that crazy for a bride to offer shape-wear & bras for her bridesmaids; I rather pay for that then a 6 month gym membership for the ladies of the wedding party (>_<). What’s the craziest request you’ve ever heard? DEAR MISS MANNERS: My daughter is to be a bridesmaid … More A Bride Who Is Buying Everyone Shapewear, Which They Are Expected To Wear [At The Wedding]
I’ve always thought; If I were to have a western-style wedding (and had the means and ambition to go all out), I would consider finding a replica of the iconic dress Grace Kelly wore on her wedding. It is absolutely stunning.
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Traditionally, the rehearsal dinner takes place the night before your big day. And to “throw it out there”, the beau’s mother kindly suggested The Winnipesauke Belle (which so happened to be in front of us on one summer day). To summarize: The “Winni Belle,” as she is affectionately known, is a 65-foot replica turn-of-the-century paddle wheeled boat. … More The Winnipesauke Belle
The beau’s grandmother recently told us that in 1952, she got married at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto. Although I wasn’t familiar with the hotel, a little research tells me that it’s probably one of the fanciest venue in Toronto. Oddly enough, since my family have ties with the city, I had once considered … More The Fairmont Royal York, Toronto
Give tradition your own twist with these deliciously different wedding cake ideas… via Wedding Magazine – Lookbook: quirky wedding cake ideas.
One trendy thing to do for brides in Hong Kong is to create their own bouquet using ribbons & shiny things. Some brides even incorporate other motifs such as teddy bears. The idea here is to have a bridal bouquet that will be around for years go come. Frankly speaking, I kind of like the … More A bouquet that will last forever and ever (and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever)
Recently, I attended a wedding where all of the groomsmen received this as an honorary gift. We thought: that’s a pretty cool idea! Although we were quickly reminded “Rednecks with swords” may also be disastrous!
Thank you Stylish Eve for sharing!