Well, what do you think? Let me know in comments! Take a look at the full collection of fall wedding invitations from Wedding Paper Divas.
Take a look at this stunning powder blue wedding gown designed by Claire LaFaye. Gorgeous!
Special to African-American Brides by HairStylesDesign.com
It's that time of year again. Wedding season is upon us and many couples have already set a date for the upcoming months. Spaces have been rented, guests have been invited, and everything is ready, except for one thing – finding the right hairstyle for the ceremony. For a woman that is struggling to discover the exact look that will give her the memory of a perfect wedding, it can be frustrating to sift through loads of pictures without finding the right style. Thankfully, there are some wedding looks that are already becoming 2012 hits and have a classic and timeless appearance that make them perfect for any women getting ready to tie the knot. If the woman is getting married in the spring, then a fresh look like the one pictured above may be the right style. Airy and light, this look may have a little less in the refined elegance department, but is a great choice to show off a woman's facial structure. Attention is pointed to the cheekbones, chin, and eyes and a tiara works as a natural accompaniment to balance out the style. Even 20 years later, this hairstyle will still look good in pictures and the combination with an outdoor setting for the service will make it hard to beat.
Well, for a while at least. She took made the change for her latest magazine cover. I haven't seen the entire thing, but she looks nice here!
Am I for real? I sure am. Earlier this year Carolina Herrera debuted her first ever bridal pantsuit, and since then lots of other designers have been taking note. I mean the suit is lovely, is it not?
This lovely engagement session is courtesy of Sanam Zaer Photography. It was taken at Hermann Park in Houston, Texas. See more on the Facebook page.
Yes, only three! But they're big and definitely worth taking note of.
One: Gowns with straps have been making a comeback for sometime. But now they seem tp finally be as abundant as strapless dresses which reigned for so long. Straps don't mean sleeves, though, and some of the straps you'll see are beaded and wispy at best. Sometimes the strap will cover only one shoulder, but it's there.
Two: Shape and cut are everything. When you buy a wedding gown this year, you WILL know the name of its shape whether mermaid, ball gown, peplum, etc. Designers have been working hard to fashion white dresses into a variety of forms and brides seem to be taking notice.
Three: Ethereal and fairytale looks are making their mark the way vintage styles did a few years ago. This means romantic looks with tulle, georgette, fine lace, and layers.
If you're thinking outside-the-box when it comes to wedding dresses, don't forget to look in unexpected places, as well as in well-established stores such as David's Bridal for great dresses like the ones shown above.