Thursday, February 11, 2016

DRESSING FOR AN ELOPEMENT

Elopements are ideal for couples who don't want to bother with juggling florists, caterers, bands and wedding planners. No longer considered the spontaneous, run away-and-do-it-secretly events they once were, elopements  are going through a romanticized redefining lately.  Some couples simply prefer the ease of a short ceremony with a few friends and family to share in the celebration.
You're probably tuned in by now  if you go with the elopement, you might be dressing yourself differently than the traditional bride. Because elopements are usually far off  or even city hall affairs, they could happen on weekdays when government offices are open to perform rites.  Chances are you’ll be in a street-length suit or dress—possibly white but it doesn’t have to be. Any color or length is fine as long as you look good in it and feel special.  Whether or not you you go all out as a bride is your decision. Realize though you’ll be dressing for a lifetime of shared memories, so it’s worth the effort to opt for a few ‘bride’ touches here and there.


All dresses and head chic by Amy-Jo Tatum

Photo 1: Stephanie Williams Photography//The MARILYN Dress from The Vintage and Rustic Shoot//Make-up:  Teena Hoffstetter//Hair: Kyle Rich//Flowers by JLDesign
Photo 2: Grace Kathryn Photography//The ANGELIQUE Dress from The Wine Country Rustic Shoot//Makeup and Hair by Julie Morgan
Photo 3: Antonio Crutchley of White House Weddings Photography//The EMMA Dress from The Organic Santa Barbara Weddings Shoot via Style Me Pretty//Makeup and Hair by Julie Morgan
Photo 4: By Jelly and Toast
Photo 5: By Dominic Colacchio Photography//The BALLERINA SKIRT from The City Chic Shoot//Make up by Necia Whitmore
Photos 6 and 7: Jim Vetter Photography//The DAHLIA and GEMMA Dresses from The Art Deco Meets City Modern Shoot//Makeup and Hair by Moderne Beauty
Photo 8: Diana Maire Photography The BEATRIX Dress from The Country Chic Shoot

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Sheila said...

Hello, Amy-Jo,
Beautiful gowns! However, I suspect that a future bride, who intends to elope and be married in one of your gowns, should tell you of her intending elopement well in advance! I am certain your wonderful gowns are not made instantaneously.
I like very much like the Marilyn gown and the long gloves worn with it, and also the headpiece worn with the Ballerina Skirt.
I really continue to enjoy Bride Chic.
Sincerely,
Sheila

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