From traditional to modern day weddings, what will brides wear in Spring 2017? As New York Bridal Fashion Week came to an end, designers filled with us with dress inspirations. Various trends such as overskirts, separates, and floral appliqués from Spring and Fall 2016 revamped and continued, while many new ones were introduced. We lost ourselves in the dreamy collections and put together our top 12 Spring 2017 bridal fashion trends.
1. Plexi Floral Embroideries
Designer Angel Sanchez: Photo Source Vogue
As you start searching for your dream bridal veil, you visualize the perfect length and style to match your wedding gown. If you, like many other brides, choose to purchase your veil separately from your gown, you may realize that matching the right fabric, color, length, and style is not as easy as you thought... Keeping this in mind, when we learned about Zveil's Try-At-Home Program, we could not wait to share with you all. We spoke with CEO and co-founder of Zveil, Arsineh Ghazarian, to get all the details on their veils and their most popular products. Plus Zveil has partnered with Harsanik to offer an exclusive 10% discount to help you find your perfect veil - just use the promo code HARSANIK10 at checkout to take advantage of this special deal.
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After months of wedding planning and anticipation, Bride's Story winner, Talar and Serj, tied the knot on May 29, 2016. Talar had been sharing all the details of their wedding planning experience on the bride's story blog, leading us to their big day. From the morning until reception, here is Talar's story of their wedding day:
Peter and Lucina recently got engaged with an adorable proposal as Peter recreated where they first met! We spoke with the bride to be, Lucina, and she shared all the details of their love story beginning from the first hello till "I do" and a full proposal video.
It all started on November 14, 2012 at Ellwood Beach with a bonfire and some wine...
Wedding dress designer, Hayley Paige, and Danny Wallis had the most magical wedding on July 11, 2015 at Lake Tahoe. The couple married at the Saint Francis Church of Assisi followed by a spectacular reception. Of course, all eyes were on Hayley, who wore 3 gorgeous dresses all designed by her. With 3 breathtaking dresses, stunning decorations, and even a blue unicorn, everything about this wedding was enchanting!
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When it comes to choosing your entrees and appetizers for your wedding, decisions can be tough! So many dishes sound delicious but since everyone has different taste in food, it's tough to choose a variety of dishes that will please all your guests. We spoke with the Anoush Catering team to find out what are the top 5 dishes they recommend to make the selection process just a bit easier!
Dish 1: Salmon with Grilled Vegetables
4 Oz Baked Salmon with Teriyaki Soy Glaze with Roasted Pine Nuts & Sauteed Vegetables (asparagus and bell peppers)
Bridal Bouquets have traditionally been carried down the aisle by many brides. They are very important and must match the style of the wedding and the bride's overall look. The bridal bouquet makes a statement as it is the bride's main accessory during the wedding. There are many styles of bouquets to complement every bride. Brides can choose to do one or a combination of these styles. Here are 8 styles of bridal bouquets to help you find the one that best suits you!
1. Round Bouquet
A round bouquet usually consists of flowers cut at the same height and tightly bound by stems in a round shape. This bouquet is perfect for the classic, traditional bride.
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High School sweethearts, Ando and Angie, got engaged on August 23, 2013 and now three years later, on their seven-year anniversary, they get ready to tie the knot on July 22, 2016. As the saying goes "the greatest love story told is your own..." In love and excited to get married, the couple shares their love story beginning with their romantic proposal.
You're preparing your thank you cards and you find yourself at a crossroads: pre-written or handwritten?
Unless you have a very intimate wedding guest list, the recommendation is a pre-written/printed statement to make your life incredibly easier. Guests who, in your perspective, went above and beyond with their gift can get a small, handwritten thank you on your card to make your gratitude a little more personal.
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But what do you say overall?