Friday December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments
Get your forks or shovels brides! This wedding dress is made of delicious wedding cake according to blog Foodista.com. We can’t imagine how they even carried this cake to the venue, but it’s as stunning as any real wedding dresses we feature on this website.
You will definitely win the contest of having the best wedding cake ever, if you get this dress. However, it’s so beautiful would you even want to eat it. It won’t fit in the fridge so dig in. The calorie count was not available. But who cares, you are married now, he can’t run if you gain some weight.
CutestFood.com has a smaller version of a wedding dress wedding cake that may fit into your fridge, budget and waistline! If you want to see how you look in wedding dress cake you can copy this brides idea and have a cake made to look like you!
Photo Credit: Barcroft Media
Tuesday December 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
You’ve picked out a beautiful wedding dress, shoes, jewelry, wedding venue and groom! Now it’s time to keep those memories in style. Don’t just put them in a regular photo album.
Create your own digital or print wedding book that is just as elegant as any art book found in bookstores. Blurb gives brides an easy way to create a book of their wedding day. The books only take about 10 days to print!
Preview this couples book!
Wedding books are great gifts for your most important guests like your parents, aunts and uncles plus your siblings and anyone in your wedding party. Plus, you can keep a copy of the book on your coffee table for anyone to look through when having a party.
Friday November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Flowers are not just in gardens, they can be found in the most unlikely of places, adding pouf to pretty surroundings. Cocoe Voci’s romantic wedding dresses all have an airy aesthetic with flowers that float along the shoulders, on the skirt or decorate the bodice. The new collection is simply breathtaking because it an innovative way to add today’s fashion to classic ideas. Like it’s Los Angeles origins, Cocoe Voci is stylish and relaxed, but glamorous.
Thursday November 29, 2012 | 0 Comments
Amsale’s dramatic asymmetrical peplum with jacquard print is a riveting ode to contemporary couture. It’s voluminous, but magically shows off your curves too.
A strapless wedding dress with sparkly accents along each tear and on the bodice make this Dennis Basso wedding dress a beautiful way to wear a traditional dress with a slight hint of today’s style.
Pnina Tornai ‘s form fitting stripes are a sassy and stylish. Brides who know they are hot stuff and want to strut down the aisle amidst applause will wear this dress with pride.
Carefully using color in a wedding dress is a fine art in its self. Mark Zunino uses color to define the brides torso and the a- line silhouette.
Reem Acra gets short right. It’s a very short wedding dress, but its flower like ruffled design make it fun and romantic.
Golden floral jacquard print with beige clouds is painting on a wedding dress. Theia turns gold into a dreamy wedding dress befitting a Queen.
Yumi Katsura drew a landscape in black on the hem of this elegant wedding dress. Stirring romance, with art and a hint of vintage Hollywood glamour makes the uniqueness of this dress priceless.
Christina Wu designed this black tulle wedding dress that has floral embroidery from he hem to the one-shoulder neckline. Its chic and contemporary.
Friday November 16, 2012 | 1 Comment
Looking back into time, the designers at BHLDN collaborated with famous fashion designers Badgley Mischka, Catherine Deane, Tracey Reese and Ranna Gill to create contemporary wedding dresses that included details from past decades. The glamour of these wedding dresses is priceless.
Catherine Deane is a designer from England who uses “pearls, floral lace, 3D lace, and pin-dot lace” to create enchanting sophisticated wedding dresses that are beyond elegant. Pricing:Ortensia, $3200.
Badgley Mischka’s Mark Badgley and James Mischka have sewn “Old-Hollywood”wedding dress that sparkles even without the flash of the camera for BHLDN. A pretty wedding dress that is alluring but not overtly so. Pricing: Sequin, $1000.
Tracy Reese designed a beautiful wedding dress for BHLDN with lace artfully laid out too make it light and dainty. Pricing: $600.
Bohemian brides will love Ranna Gill wedding dresses designed for BHLDN for it’s a hip halter top with metallic beads. Pricing: Beaded Bib, $1400.