Want to show some skin on your big day? We’ve been waiting for that special moment a bride decides to be a little daring on her big day! We’re seeing designers incorporate a sheer look into their designs over the last two to three years. This trend isn’t dying down anytime soon. This year, however, it seems as if designers are incorporating that sheer element more and more and in very non-traditional ways. We’re here for it!

Check out some of our favorite designers incorporating this trend in their latest wedding gowns.

  1. Romanzo by Julie Vino

It’s impossible to not feel like a goddess in Julie Vino’s Romanzo collection. Are you usually the first one on the dance floor and not afraid to flaunt it? If so, this ethereal gown will have you feeling out of this world with its lengthy tulle train and form-fitting rhinestone covered shorts and top below it. This dress paired with Louboutin’s Follie Strass Pumps will have you looking and feeling fierce!

2. Gold Collection by Adi Shlomo Bridal

Take on this sultry look with Adi Shlomo’s collection. This gown is a perfect match for you if you want a bold look with a soft element to it. If you want to avoid the hassle of getting in and out of multiple dresses on your big day, the versatility of this collection is a match made in heaven for you. Its floral textures and detachable features–detachable sleeves and changeable skirts– are a consistent theme throughout. Add the ultimate wow factor to this look with a smokey eye!

3. Glow Collection by Adi Shlomo Bridal

If wearing a more conservative gown is a priority for you, this long-sleeved gown with a deep v-neck will make you feel like a supermodel. Its bow, embroidered floral elements, and long tulle train will complement your figure. This dress would pair best with a natural look, complimentary highlight, nude lip, and pearl earrings.

4. Custom-Made Handcrafted Gown by Cleo+Clementine

For the bride that wants a dress that is literally made for her, Cleo + Clementine can make your “gown dreams” come true. They’re like the fairy godmother in Cinderella that will have you feeling all sorts of magical on your special day. Explore their Etsy shop here and add some of your favorite looks to your Pinterest boards.

5. Rome by One Day Bridal

Are you a lover of Italian-inspired fashion and want something totally untraditional? This long-sleeved dress, also available sleeveless FYI, is an elegant expression of the beauty and golden elegance of a region full of romance. Designed with the modern bride in mind, this embellished piece will have you making a statement on your big day. Complete the look with your hair in a fishtail braid.

6. Muse by Berta Gown

Perfect for the fashion-forward bride craving a dramatically glamorous look. The Donna gown will have everyone swooning over you. This gown’s sheer look paired with glistening embellishments and peek-a-boo leg slit is absolutely to die for. Pair it with a sleek  bun to finish the look.

7. GALA by Galia Lahav

Covering up doesn’t mean you can’t look and feel stunning! Known for its sweet and sexy cuts, the GALA line is Galia Lahav’s made-to-order bridal line. Remember we shared this line with you two years ago at New York Bridal Fashion Week? You’ll look and feel like absolute perfection with a gown that’s not just beautiful and made from quality materials but also comfortable. Complete the look with a French braid and golden bronze makeup with a lip stain for a romantic vibe.

8. Thelma by Galia Lahav

Have a thing for Victorian style? Designed to hug you in all the right places, the Thelma gown is a Victorian-style dress with sheer paneling, tulle sleeves, and a mermaid skirt with a detachable bustle train making it nearly effortless to go from the ceremony to the dance floor. It’s totally inevitable to look and feel like royalty in this gown. We know you’re dreaming about pairing it with a crown so go ahead and go for it! A softly embellished crown with floral motifs and crystals would make for a super dreamy display of romanticism.

9. Inbal Dror Fall 2019 Collection

Calling all avant-garde brides to be! This long ruffle high-neck stretch silk gown has lace inserts giving you a sexy element of surprise. It’s a look that’s slightly conservative, very much elegant, and romantic. Style it with a bold pearl headband and an equally bold lip color to really make a statement.

10. Inbal Dror Fall 2019 Collection

A more daring look from Inbal Dror’s Fall 2019 collection created for the bride that isn’t scared to show some skin. The beaded tulle sheath wedding dress has a high neckline, puff sleeves, and is sexily bold without ever sacrificing your elegance. Top off this look with bronze smokey eyes and a nude matte lip color.

Every bride deserves to feel like a million bucks on her wedding day and we’re sure you’ll feel like just that in these gorgeous sheer gowns. Which of all these sheer gowns did you like best? Comment below and let us know!

Weddings are huge. It’s no wonder much thought goes into the selection of attire not only for the bride and groom but for their guests too. Even though many weddings have a dress code or suggested attire listed on their wedding website or invitation. There are some that don’t.

If the wedding you’re attending does have guidelines for attire, those rules or “suggestions” (we say suggestions in quotes because the term suggested attire is a polite way of saying, “we want you to wear this.”) will easily narrow down your attire selections. In case there is no dress code or suggested attire, we’ve compiled a list of clothing items what will always work, won’t work, and what we suggest:

What will always work:

  • A long gown or dress
  • Strappy heels
  • Trendy pants suit

What won’t work

  • Anything too casual, i.e., summer dress, sandals, and jeans
  • Anything white, off-white, cream, ivory, tan, sand, light silver, sequin, or the color the wedding dress could be.

Good colors to wear

  • Black
  • Green
  • Navy blue
  • Red
  • Dark grey

Things to avoid

Unless there is a color scheme or theme as part of the dress code, try to avoid the wedding colors. Here’s why. You don’t want to blend in with the bridesmaids, and even worse, potentially purchase a dress similar to what the bridesmaids are wearing.

You’re probably thinking, “How in the world am I supposed to know what the wedding colors are?” You can figure out what they might be based on the invitation. In the meantime, we’ve compiled a list of attire that would be perfect for a wedding.

You can find this emerald gem here.

You can find this reformation Key dress here.

This Soutache Mess Dress can be found here.

Want to shop this sleek jumpsuit? You can find it here.

Find this beautiful dress at Revolve.

And finally, this printed goddess can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding attire or need help styling. You know we are your go-to girls. Send us an email at info@btseventmanagement.com

Wedding shoes are up there on the list of items most photographed on wedding day. This is why you’ll want your shoe choice to be on point. These photos will last forever, and if you’re anything like us, you’ll want to look back on these photos when you’re old and grey and think, “wow, I was so fashionable!” We have a while before you get to that point so in the meantime, here are a couple of things to consider before buying your shoes, like purchasing your dress and knowing your wedding venue.


Your dress and wedding venue are important when it comes to picking out your wedding day shoe because they dictate, in some ways, what restrictions, if any, you’ll face. For example, walking down a sandy beach is pretty hard to do in heels. Right? As it relates to your dress, you’ll want your shoes to match in every way: style, color and detail. Without knowing what the vibe of your dress is, how will you know what vibe your shoe should be?


With the many options, our brides are often overwhelmed, so we’ve broken down some of our favorites for you. We even split the shoes up into three categories based on the bride’s interests, classic, traditional and modern to fit every bride. Take a look at these shoes and let us know which is your favorite.  

Classic, traditional bride. 

In order, from top to bottom are Jimmy Choo, Jimmy Choo, and Badgley Mischka.

Modern Bride 

In order, from top to bottom are Valentino, Schutz, and Net-a-Porter.

Romantic Bride 

In order, from top to bottom are Loubs, Jimmy Choo, and Aquazzura.

Wedding planning may be overwhelming and let’s be real maybe even a bit complicated. We’ve made at least one aspect of wedding planning a bit easier. Let us know if you’ll be going with any of these options, we’d love to hear from you! And don’t forget, if you need help with bridal styling, email us at info@btseventmanagement.com.

Ever wonder what’s going through the groom’s head when he’s planning to propose? Us too! Whenever we get the opportunity to chat with our grooms, we try to pry all the deets out of him. This is exactly why we wanted someone like Gabriel as a guest on our podcast, so he can fill all of us girls in on the behind the scenes of proposing.


Gabriel and his now wife, Jessi Malay are famous YouTube vloggers that we’re absolutely obsessed with. You can find their channel here and their proposal video here. Brace yourselves, because once you begin watching, it’s hard to stop!


But before we get to our recap of how Gabriel proposed, be sure to follow us on Instagram, subscribe to our channel, and show us some love in the iTunes reviews.


Gabriel and Jessi Malay worked together in the music industry. Jessi Malay was formerly part of a girl group, No Secrets, and Gabriel worked in digital marketing. That’s how they crossed paths. Gabriel and Jessi have the classic love story every girl dreams of. You know, the ‘we were friends first‘ story. We won’t totally give it away here, but listen in on our episode to here where it all started.


After listening, be sure to let us know what you think of this How He Asked, and whether or not you’d like to hear more of these types of episodes in the comments.




What advice would you give any woman about sex before her big day? Is there such thing as sexually compatible? Are there sexual things couples should talk about before tying the knot? What are two things you would be surprised most couples don’t know about sex? Those are just a few of the questions guest, Dr. Resa is answering for us on this episode. Trust us, this is a good one. 

But before we get to our recap, be sure to follow us on Instagramsubscribe to our channel, and show us some love in the iTunes reviews.

For the season opener, we’re pushing the limit! We told you from the start of launching our podcast, that we’d talk about everything and anything weddings. Nothing is off limits with us. That includes sex. That being said, it’s only right to bring on sex expert, Dr. Resa to help us navigate through this taboo with all of our listeners.

This episode is for everyone and anyone, no matter if you’re newlyweds, married, dating, virgin or non-virgin. There’s some good stuff for everyone. So take a listen and let us know what you think in the comments.




The Royal Wedding is just around the corner and no one is more excited than we are! Raise your hand if you’re having a watch party. Now raise your hand if you’re dressing up for the watch party. Ok, us neither. But if you do plan to live stream this, we need to fill you in on the tea. There are three important things to know before watching.

When, where and how!

“When, where and how can I watch this?” We got you covered.

The bid day between Markle and Prince Harry will be taking place on May 19, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in England. The service will start at noon (or 7 a.m. ET) at St. George’s Chapel, with the dean of Windsor conducting the service and archbishop of Canterbury officiating.

You can live stream the royal wedding on your TV (CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS, and BBC America will all be airing it live). HBO is also airing the wedding with commentary from Molly Shannon and Will Ferrell at 7:30 a.m. EST. You can also stream it online via CBSABCBBC America, and the New York Times’s website.

Wait, he’s not going?

Yup. That’s right. It’s been rumored that Markle’s dad will not be attending the Royal Wedding. Kensington Palace, the official residence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, issued a statement on Monday following reports that Markle’s father pulled out of the wedding. The Kensington Palace didn’t confirm or deny any of the rumors. Ugh! They did, however, say, “This is a deeply personal moment for Ms. Markle in the days before her wedding. She and Prince Harry ask again for understanding and respect to be extended to Mr. Markle in this difficult situation.” We feel for you, Meghan.

That’s so sweet.

As we all know, Prince Harry’s mother passed away. Just as many of our couples, who experienced a loss in the family, Prince Harry and Meghan will be taking steps to honor and remember Princess Diana at their wedding. Here’s how:

Prince Harry and Meghan will be remembering Princess Diana with Meghan’s ring, the floral, and incorporating the family in the wedding. First, Meghan’s ring. The ring is made up of two diamonds that belonged to Princess Diana’s collection. The wedding ceremony floral will be white roses, Diana’s favorite flowers. Finally, the family. Kensington Palace made a statement saying: “In addition to having the support of The Queen, his father The Prince of Wales, and his brother Prince William as Best Man, Prince Harry is also keen to involve his mother’s family in his wedding. All three siblings of Diana, Princess of Wales will be in attendance and Lady Jane Fellowes will give the reading. Prince Harry and Ms. Markle both feel honoured that Lady Jane will be representing her family and helping to celebrate the memory of the late Princess on the wedding day.”

Now that you’ve got the rundown on the big day, let us know in the comments how you plan to watch. Don’t worry, no judgment here if the attire for the watch party is black tie in honor of the big day.


Hiring a wedding planner can be a difficult thing for newly engaged couples to do.  After all, it’s not everyday that you are planning a wedding.  This is something that only happens once in your lifetime.  One of the most popular questions we receive from couples looking for a wedding planner is “What is your pricing?”  We do not publish our pricing on our website, so I can see why this is one of the first questions people ask.

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