As you may have read from one of our previous posts, accepting the role as a bridesmaid/groomsmen is a pretty big commitment. So, when considering who Chris and I would ask – we really wanted it to be special and not an obligation. Also, we didn’t want to have an extremely large wedding party. I feel like sometimes a large wedding party just gets to be too much and then you don’t really know where to draw the line.
Israeli designer Mira Zwillinger revealed her 2014-2015 Bridal Collection at Bridal Market in New York City back in April, and it is simply so chic we had to share!
Assuming that your calendar is lined up with bachelorette parties all summer long, we thought it would be a good idea to lay out the basics for keeping it classy at the big affair. Celebrating the bride-to-be is an exciting time! Every bachelorette party is different, however, there are a few golden rules of bachelorette etiquette to stick to, no matter what the specifics are. Here we go…
Some brides want to look and feel like a princess on the Big Day, so they opt for something Cinderella-esque — like a ball gown and tiara. Others, though, prefer something a little less…foofy.
You picked out the wedding dress and now you have to choose the veil that will complete your overall look. The veil serves as the focal point to your hair and dress and other than warding off evil spirits (a little history behind what the veil used to symbolize!), the veil you choose should compliment your dress, face shape, and hair style. Wedding gowns fall under several different broad styles and your veil needs to work with this style. There’s the classic style which is formal and usually elaborate in some way. The modern style is going to be fresh and up to date as far as wedding fashion goes, and if you’re looking for something totally unique you can really get creative.