Tuesday May 17, 2011 | 0 Comments
Looking for some style inspiration? This style board combines our love for vintage accessories, whimsical style, and dainty pieces perfect for fairy tale brides. No matter what your theme is, these bridal combs are sure to tie your whole look together.
From top left to bottom right: Untamed Petals, Lo Boheme, BlumeBloom, Tigerlilly, SIBO Designs, Hair Comes the Bride, Dianna Castner.
Friday May 13, 2011 | 2 Comments
New York’s most well-known bridal boutique, Kleinfeld, is premiering a new installment of their popular “Say Yes to the Dress” reality show. “Say Yes to the Dress – Bridesmaids” will have all the dresses, tears and tantrums the original is known for, but will focus on the difficulty of finding a dress that pleases the entire bridal party. The show also features a new crop of patient consultants to help the bridal parties find that dress of their dreams.
“Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids” premieres Friday, July 8 at 10 PM ET/PT.
Wednesday May 11, 2011 | 0 Comments
It’s a well-known understanding that most bridesmaids will never wear their bridesmaid dress again, no matter how stylish the dress is. Thankfully, Dessy Group launched a new site to help bridesmaids put some use into their old bridesmaid dresses.
NewlyMaid is a new service that lets bridesmaids exchange their old dresses in exchange for a new “any occasion” little black dress. All you have to do is request a pre-paid return mailer from their website, send your used bridesmaid dress and, once the dress is inspected to make sure it meets NewlyMaid’s criteria (no pulls, tears or stains), you’ll be able to shop for your new “any occasion” dress at discounted prices that are 30-50% off the full retail price. NewlyMaid accepts used bridesmaid dresses from any designer or brand.
The used dresses are either donated to charities or recycled, making this service perfect for those who are environmentally conscious and want to reduce their carbon footprint.
Thursday May 5, 2011 | 0 Comments
Although the recent royal wedding had everyone talking about Kate Middleton and Prince William, there was one person who had a surprisingly lasting impression on everyone: Kate’s sister, Pippa.
Here we see her stepping out post-wedding in a gorgeous Temperley London evening gown with silver strappy heels by Aruna Seth. We love this look, especially the heels.
For a bridal version of Pippa’s outfit, check out this similar dress also by Temperley London.