They are different ways for brides to sparkle when they walk down the aisle on their wedding day. Jeweled necklines is the next big wedding trend. You can skip the necklace and have a crystal embellished neckline built into your dress, which will save you money when it comes to accessorizing. Here are a few stunning jeweled neckline wedding gowns that will give you that sparkle you need.
These two amazing pearl pieces have nabbed our top spot as picks of the week. The first piece is an ornate pearl and crystal piece on an alligator clip. This piece would look stunning pinned to the side of your hair near the face, or in the back in a French twist. The second piece is a vintage pearl and crystal piece on an alligator clip, but also has two small elastics on the sides to give the option to pin into the hair. This piece would look perfect pinned into a soft updo, or around the top of the veil to give an added sparkle. Come try on these gorgeous pieces, and check out the rest of our pearl collection.
Many of our brides are ocean lovers, boat lovers, or explorers, which makes a nautical theme ideal for their nuptials. The use of nautical ribbon, sail boats, anchors, knots, and lifesavers would be perfect additions to really set the nautical tone for your wedding. You can take things as simple as seashells and scatter them around your center pieces for an easy way to incorporate some of your favorite aquatic items. Take a look below at some great nautical inspirations and share some of your favorite ideas.
Some Brides just love that vintage look when it comes to accessorizing for their big day. We are pleased with our newest vintage pieces by designer Malis Henderson. These Swarovski Crystal pieces not only have a vintage feel, but add a classic elegance for your Wedding Day Nuptials. You can either where these two pieces as a set for a grand look, or wear them separately for a more subtle look. Come try on these pieces for yourself, they are sure to enhance your wedding day look.
Every bride needs some sort of checklist to help her plan her perfect day. Whether your planning timeline is 16 months, 8 months or even 3 months, this Wedding Timeline Guide will help you enjoy your planning experience and keep yourself organized.
Pick Your Wedding Budget: This Will Help Keep Your Financial’s On Track.
Reserve Your Wedding Date And Venue: Things Tend To Book Quickly, This Will Ensure You Have The Location Of Your Dreams.
Pick Your Wedding Party: These Should Be The People You Want To Be The VIP’s Of Your Wedding Day.
Finalize A Guest List: This Will Help With Booking Vendors, Your Venue Space, Invitations, Etc.
Purchase Your Wedding Dress: This Will Take The Longest To Order, So Pick The Dress Sooner Rather Than Later To Ensure It Arrives On Time.
Book A Photographer: Be Picky, These Pictures Will Last A Lifetime.
Book Vendors: Booking In Advance Will Ensure All the Vendors You Want Will Be Available For Your Special Day.
Reserve A Hotel Block For Out Of Town Guests: When You Book Blocks, You Usually Receive Discounts For Your Guests.
Pick Your Invitations: Pick Something That Speaks To The Theme Of Your Wedding.
Start Planning Your Honeymoon: Start Booking Flights, Getting Passports, Etc.
Pick Your Bridesmaids Dresses: Pick Something That Is Flattering For Everyone.
Send Out Your Save The Dates: This Will Let Guests Know To Start Planning Travel Arrangements.
Purchase Wedding Shoes And Undergarments: These Are Essentials For When You Start Doing Your Fittings.
Have Your Hair And Make-Up Trial: This Will Make Sure You Will Be Happy With How Your Hair And Make-Up Will Turn Out. If You Are Not Satisfied, Make Another Appointment. Practice Makes Perfect.
Choose All Of Your Music: This Includes Ceremony Music, Cocktail Hour, and All Reception Music.
Finalize Your Menu: Make Sure To Give Yourself Options In Case You Have Anyone Who Is Allergic, or Vegetarian.
Finalize Your Flowers: This Includes All Bouquets, Ceremony Flowers, and Reception Centerpieces.
Order Wedding Favors: These Can Be Anything From Candy To Candles.
Finalize Ceremony Order: This Would Include Ceremony Readings, Vows, And Unity Candles.
Reception Timeline: This Includes The Timeline Of Eating, Dancing, and Cake Cutting.
Purchase Your Wedding Rings: You Can Pick The Tradition Band, Or Go A Little Funky For Those Who Are Daring.
Start Your Dress Fittings: You Will Have A Couple Of Fittings To Make Sure The Dress Fits Just Right.
Meet With Your Photographer: Give Them A List Of All Your Must Have Photo’s For The Evening.
Send Out Your Invitations: Make Sure To Number Your RSVP’s In Case Someone Forgets To Put Them Name On Their RSVP.
Enjoy Your Bachelorette Party: Put On Your Best Party Dress And Enjoy An Evening With The Girls!
Enjoy Your Bridal Shower: Be Prepared For Lots Of Food And Laughter.
Make Sure You Have All Your RSVP’s In: Call Those Guests Who Have Not Responded, It Is Important For Your Final Headcount.
Obtain Your Marriage License: Depending On Your State These Are Good Anywhere From A Few Weeks To A Month.
Complete Your Final Fitting: Make Sure Everything Is Exactly How You Want It Before They Put The Final Touches Together.
Send Out Final Payments To All Your Vendors: This Is So You Don’t Have To Worry About Paying Anyone The Day Of.
Make Your Seating Chart: This Is Important If You Have Reserved Seating For VIP Guests, Or Those With Food Allergies For The Caterers.
Send a Timeline To Your Bridal Party: This Lets The Bridal Party Know What Is Expected Of Them For The Day.
Pick Up Your Dress: Make Sure Your Dresses Is Pressed And Clean.
Break In Your Wedding Shoes: Walk Around In Your Shoes With Wool Socks On, This Will Help Break Them In.
Send Your Final Guest List To Your Caterer: This Is Important For The Number Of Plates They Need To Prepare.
Make Welcome Baskets For Your Out of Town Guests: You Can Put Fun Things Inside, Like Maps, Disposable Cameras, Water Bottles, Snacks, And A Small State Souvenir.
Pack For Your Honeymoon: Make Sure To Pack Essentials, Like Passports and Tickets.
Enjoy Your Day Together!
Gold is a big hit with most of our brides today, and with such the demand we couldn’t wait to show you these great new pieces by Haute Bride. Each piece has a beautiful gold plating with clear Swarovski crystals delicately placed throughout in stunning patterns. You can wear these pieces separately or together to form your exquisite bridal look. These pieces are versatile that you can wear them with most gowns, ranging from traditional to elegant. Wouldn’t these pieces be perfect for your special day?
The Jenny Yoo Collection debuted in November 2007. Since then, she’s made her mark in the bridal industry as one of the most fresh, understated, and classical designers with a hint of whimsy. Jenny Yoo graduated from Parson with a fashion degree and worked for a private label before she became an Associate designer at Ann Taylor. She decided to title her convertible dresses “Nabi” after the Korean word for Butterfly. The convertible dresses have two panels in the front of the skirt and two in the back which allows for the customization of the necklines. Take a look at her “Nabi” dresses below: