Bridal Market Trend: Diversity

And just like that, Bridal Market is over! It was a fun sharing this Market with my friend and photographer, Shot by Her – Rebecca Tran. There was one theme we saw across a few runways, diversity and inclusiveness. A handful of designers had plus size models walking the Bridal catwalk. And in the case…

Bridal Market Trends

I love Bridal Market. It reminds me of all the wonderful things life intends. Like dreams, family, and falling in love. Sure it’s a business, but it’s a business that is supposed to be surrounded by making women feel like a princess on their special day. And I’m ok with that. This world has enough…

Bridal Market Time!

Could you smell the chiffon in the air? Its Bridal Market time! Like New York Fashion Week, NY Bridal Fashion Week takes place twice a year, Spring and Fall. Technically it starts today BUT tomorrow will be my first day. And I am so beyond thrilled to bring you the latest fashion straight from the…

Hayley Paige Spring 2017

Princess Unicorn, Hayley Paige never fails in wowing us with her unique style. I personally feel, all brides could be a Hayley Paige Bride. She has a playful and fun look at fashion and her designs show that. From ball gowns to bedazzle and everything in between. Her Spring 2017 collection will leave you with…

Bridal Market October 2016 | Day Two

Happy Tuesday! Day Two of October’s 2016 Bridal Market started really early with Breakfast with Francesca Miranda at one of my favorite hotels in NYC, Gramercy Park Hotel. Let’s get the recap started! FRANCESCA MIRANDA View this post on Instagram Some early slayish from @francescamiranda_ 👰 • • • • #bridalmarket #bridalfashionweek #nybridalmarket #newyorkbridalfashionweek #bride…

Bridal Market Day Five Recap

We did it! We made it to the last day of Bridal Market. It was five days of non-stop movement, and I got really sick in the process, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Being part of the bridal world is a dream of mine, and I am honored to have been included….

Bridal Market Day Two Recap

Happy Wednesday y’all! We’re back from covering the NY Bridal Market, aka NY Bridal Fashion Week. It was an amazing five days, and we have SO much to share with you. I hope you’re following our Instagram. Lots on there and we’re not even close to being done. So here’s the recap for day two. I started…

Wedding Gown Of The Week: Jim Hjelm by Hayley Paige

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, then you know my love of the JLM designers. They are all so talented and amazing. As I am writing this, I am wearing a Lazaro hair band I received during April’s Bridal Market. That is why today, it is no surprise that we are featuring a…

Wedding Gown Of The Week: Ti Adora

Happy Wedding Wednesday ya’ll. Today’s dress represents one of the big trends during April’s New York Bridal Fashion Week, color! Every where we turned, there shades of blue, light mint, and my favorite pink! Oh hey Luna! One of the sweetest models I’ve ever met. Plus she’s stunning. She’s one of those models that’s always on…

Wedding Wednesday: Lazaro Fall 2015 Collection

We were able to preview the Lazaro Fall 2015 during April’s NY Bridal Fashion Week. When I say a gown made my jaw drop, and I acted completely stark trucked teenager, I am not kidding. That’s what happened to me when the last dress on this collection, an ombre ball gown, floated down the runway….

Alvina Valenta & Ti Adora

When we were invited to a private viewing of Alvina Valenta and Ti Adora, we may have gone to the bathroom, locked the door, and jumped around excited. And by may have, we mean it happened. We can’t explain the excitement to be invited to view a collection from a designer you love. Head designer, Jessica Williams,…

Wedding Dress Of The Week: Alvina Valenta

Designer: Alvina Valenta Style: Style AV9450 Collection: Fall 2014 Description: Antique tulle bridal ball gown with a sheer embroidered “V” neckline and low back. Thin satin ribbon at the natural waist and a horsehair edged flounce skirt with sparkle throughout. Click on for more information