Elbeth Gillis’s new Opulence Collection was designed to be “light as air and breathtakingly luxurious." The Nicole gown screams "romance" with a delicate plunging neckline in crepe satin and a soft, flowing tulle skirt with the options of a more fitted silk chiffon skirt, which offers brides two choices with the same gorgeous gown.
Fall hues and natural farm textures can shape your October wedding affair. Barn board, plaid, kraft paper, whiskey cocktails, fall fruits, like apples, and dahlias galore! That is fall in all her glory.
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We are drooling over this gown by Galia Lahav. So much to be said for a dress that is unlike any other. This tan-dusted ivory gown has a sheer shimmering side panels – something we have yet to see in a gown. This gown offers many alterations depending on your taste. Detachable sleeves and tulle skirt make the Lahav gown one to add to the top of your list.
Is copper the new gold? This beauteous underrated metal has been overlooked for too long. With a sleek and modern, yet old-fashioned look, a copper-, slate-, and ivory-themed wedding may be perfect for your big day. This new wedding color trend can go two ways: shiny new copper giving a new-age wedding look or aged copper giving a more vintage feel. Either way, Moscow mules are a must.
Bring some shine to your big day with metallic temporary tattoos. Flash Tattoos are a unique way to bring a boho spin to your day and accessorize alternatively. Use these tattoos in place of arm bands or in unique spots like behind your ear. The metallic glow will create the illusion of jewelry without the weight – or expense. If you are a beach or boho bride, this just may be the ticket.
If you are a bride looking for a modern fitted look with a vintage twist, this gorgeous all-lace dress from Essence of Australia is the perfect fit. Scalloped lace neckline, low back, and gorgeous beading are all beautiful details to this dress. Customize your dress by choosing between white, cafe, harvest, or ivory for the underdress and ribbon sash in your choice of orchid, blossom, black, natural bisque, malt, white, or topaz.
Shades of seafoam green and ocean blue play nicely for a beach wedding theme. Shy away from the standard shells and starfish, but stay within the theme using oysters, sea glass, and worn ocean textures. White contrasts beautifully with the colors of the sea, so including all-white florals and hair accessories will make you feel like the mermaid queen you’ve been dreaming about.