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.
I can't tell you how many times I've watched Parks & Rec, it's my go to show when there's nothing on TV or when I'm bored. I've been making my way through series 5 and last night I watched one of my favourite episodes of the show - Ben and Leslie's wedding. And why is it one of my favourite episodes? Because their wedding is my favourite TV wedding I have ever seen.
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.
Many brides wish to keep their wedding flowers after their wedding. And why not. They're a nice keepsake with memories of your special day and as you spend so much money on a wedding, it's nice to keep what you can and decorate your house. Keeping flowers though can be tricky and expensive. But if you have dried flowers for your wedding you needn't worry.
I hope you all had a fabulous Bank Holiday weekend and I enjoyed the sun (hopefully no sun burns!) I myself had a wonderful time in mid Wales at my friend's wedding.
To this day Grace Kelly remains not just a Hollywood icon but a Bridal icon as well. Her wedding photos are often featured on Brides-to-be inspiration boards as well as designers. So how can you get the look like the original fairytale princess?