Wednesday, November 2, 2011

POUF

Can you tell I've been a tad bit obsessed with poufs lately?  Created out of tulle or netting, poufs are a great alternative to the longer, more traditional veil.  And let's face it, not all brides feel comfortable going classic these days.  Poufs are uber-chic as well as practical.  They pair up nicely with just about any dress and there's none of that dragging yards of tulle around come reception time.  Finally, they have the ooooooooh la la factor! Whimsy and the element of surprise when you make a grand entrance . . .

Photo by Bill Smoot

All poufs and gowns by Amy-Jo Tatum Bride

13 comments:

Nicole said...

Love the poufs!
xxx

Isabel Bianchi said...

Love the fourth pic! She looks so nice! Both the pouf and the 50´s dress are lovely!
xoxo
MY LITTLE SUEDE SHOES

Cafe Fashionista said...

Ooh, I love the first piece shown here - gorgeous! :)

Truly Engaging said...

I agree! And, especially love the last 2 images. Uber-chic indeed!

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

I love poufs! They add such ethereal, fun volume!

xoxo,
Chic 'n Cheap Living

Tamra {walkswithBella} said...

I'm in love with the pouf!!! One of my favorite bridal headpieces. x

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MosaMuse said...

i like the last pouf!
xo
MosaMuse

MosaMuse.blogspot.com

the nyanzi report said...

love the first piece.

mirjam schuurkamp said...

love this so much!! (L)

new outfit post
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CHRISTINA KEY. said...

What a great blog you have! I love the pics, pure inspiration! :)
Hey, do you think we could follow each other? I would be pleased. x)
By the way; thanks for your sweet comment!

XX,
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Dawn said...

Lovely post! Too be a bride again!! Your photos are breath taking. Dawn Suitcase Vignettes xo

Jennifer Fabulous said...

These are utterly gorgeous. I knew Dior had changed the world of fashion with his vision, but it never occurred to me what a huge impact that made in the bridal industry! His influence is still seen today. :)