Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Spring Wedding Gowns

Another trend for weddings in spring this year is choosing different wedding dresses in the same color group for the bridesmaid. This is great if your bridesmaids are of different age groups or body types; then you can choose various styles of dresses for them in deeper or lighter shades of the same color to complement each of them.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Spring Wedding Dresses

Flowers and spring are unanimous; you can’t think of one without the other. So it is no wonder that spring wedding will reflect this element. Keeping with the trends, wedding dresses this year are high on floral embellishment for the bride as well as bridesmaid, and even the dresses of close relatives like the mother of the bride or groom. So if you are planning to wear a sheath wedding gown to the wedding of your cousin or a ball gown, add color to it by including embroidered 3D-bud and blossoms. If you love the vintage look of 40s and 50s, you can choose to wear a pretty A-line dress with floral add-ons near the waistline and bodice. This is perfect especially if the wedding is being held on the afternoon or morning or if the wedding is being held in a park or some open-air area.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Wedding Gowns - Pink

I may have to dub this Pink Week. Pink and pastel pinks always inspired me. I'm looking at the range of it from the mauvey satin ribbon to the rose beige pearls and it gives me such a buzz to create these types of wedding dresses and wedding gowns.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Time Honored Wedding Dresses

Lace as we know it evokes images of woven florals and scalloped edges on flounced skirts and collars. Though these time-honored looks will always be with us, lately we’re seeing new spins on the use of lace in bridal wear. Not only are the traditionals like Alencon and Chantilly now used in cutting edge ways, new inventions in knit and revivals in cotton and crocheted laces are showing up. Some of it is being used discreetly on no more than a sleeve or yoke of a wedding dress, while the high drama of donning all over lace from collar to hemline is chic as well.