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Whether you're wearing crocheted shorties or long, opera length beauties —gloves are glam and can really pull together your bridal look. If you're getting married this time of year when the chill is on, long gloves help warm up hands and arms. You can go with the classic white and ivory or jazz up your look with any length, color, texture, even pattern. Just like some brides are showing some pizazz wearing different color shoes with their gown, glove color is an option you have as well. Experiment, then go right ahead and be as adventuresome as you want!
Very Gatsbyesque--white satin and marabou via PinterestMid-arm gloves rolled down add a vintage chic look to this mint tulle skirt//via Brides of Adelaide//
Black Isotoners and a horsehair fascinator add some edge to this white taffeta bouffant gown by Amy-Jo Tatum via Bride Chic//Image by Samantha Smith Photo
Want to delve into more glove inspiration? Pinterest is full of boards devoted to gloves long and short as well as a whole slew of other accessories. Here's the link
Check out all these little DIY details! Mix it up with some great vintage like an antique Model A and satin bias gown--- it's the closest thing to time travel. Barrie Anne Photography captured Rebecca and Joon's day so beautifully. Said Barrie about shooting the couple, "They are two of the most down to earth people I've ever met; their love for not only each other, but their family, friends, and just being there to celebrate their love was beautiful.
There were so many creative and cute details from the DIY favors and photo booth, the table place cards, guestbook, and an old school car that we got to take some really fun photos with!
When it came time for the cake cutting, in this case the cupcake cutting, or 'smash', as it turned out to be, it was surely a memorable one; I've never seen more cuteness, and I am still craving those delicious cupcakes!
Congratulations to such a fabulous and all deserving couple, Rebecca & Joon!"
Fresh off the runways from the Fall 2014 Bridal Market and now trending is glittering GOLD! That's right, the rush is on! The elegance of gold is just perfect for a wedding celebration--especially for all of you brides who love glam and glitz. We're seeing small touches of it in accents as well as entire dresses amped up in sparkle. Glittering gold is just one of the trends for Fall 2014 I'll be talking about over on One Wed Blog today. READ MORE . . . . .
I've posted extensively and in great detail on bustle basics in the past: The difference between over and under bustling, built in versus a detachable train, what fabrics work best--that sort of thing. Today I want to say a few words on looking at the bustle as an art from. If you look at the back of your dress (with a train that eventually bustles) think of it as a blank canvas to which you can add trim, bows, florals, etc. Once shaped, it becomes a miracle of soft sculpture. Bustles are generally located in the back of a gown but not always. Below you'll find a handful of images showing some gorgeous and one off techniques in the fine art of bustling.
Photos 6 and 7:Bustled bow dress via Tumblr//Gold sequined bustle via Pinterest
Photo 8: Marchesa Spring 2014 via Tumblr