One of the big trends for 2018 in bridal wear is capes. This trend suits any bride who likes to keep up to date with current fashion trends. Or perhaps you get chilly. Long capes especially can look glamorous, elegant and slightly cozy for an Autumn/Winter wedding.
As far as wedding dresses go, florals never get old. Whether it's intricate floral lace detailing, delicate bead work or 3D floral embellishments. Today we'll be looking at the latter. This three dimensional embellishments takes a plain white dress, adds some texture to it and makes it a stand out piece that will be unforgettable for your big day.
The Mismatched Bridesmaid trend has grown in popularity in recent years. It's a great way for your bridesmaids to show their individuality and there's no worry of a specific style not suiting everyone. This trend does still take some planning from the bride though.
With Game of Thrones starting back up again on Monday I had to do a post on a themed wedding. I love Game of Thrones and cannot wait for Season 7. And I know I'm not the only one who loves it. So if you've dreamed of having a wedding inspired by Game of Thrones then her are some ideas for you. (Note - there'll be no Red Wedding or Purple Wedding here!)
There are many wedding dresses out there that are very similar - they may have different lace detailing but similar cut and shape for example. However, there are certain dresses that you come across and they really stand out because of one unique detail. Since I started this blog at the beginning of the year I've seen so many wedding dresses that I've lost count.
If you've been following this blog for a while you've probably come to notice that I like dresses with a nice back detail. They can often add a nice little surprise to the dress, particularly if it's a simple and elegant dress from the front. It can also produce some lovely detailed photographs. Here are some of my favourite back detailed wedding dresses for you.
Off the Shoulder have made a big comeback in the last 12 months or so. However this style has been rebranded as the Bardot. This style is flattering for most body types but especially if you have narrow shoulders, so pear shapes, this ones for you.