Break the tradition of white bridal gowns and add a playful twist. Coloured wedding dresses brighten up any look and is totally unexpected. With the growth in this trend there are many coloured wedding gowns available to you from little pops of colour to a all out colour gowns.
A wedding is all about celebrating and Gatsby is the icon for celebration and parties. Also known as art deco, this theme is full of glitz and glamour from the roaring 20s and remains to be a timeless and elegant theme.
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.
After months of wedding planning you deserve a little time to yourselves as newlyweds. You may not be able to go on your honeymoon right after your wedding for various reasons but you can always treat yourselves to a mini moon. Take a weekend break away together somewhere in this country so you can relax and unwind and enjoy being newlyweds.
Not everyone loves embellishments and lace detailing. Maybe you like something that's a little more simple but no less stunning. "Plain" wedding dresses can look just as breathtaking as any embellished dress not to mention stylishly chic.
It's not everyday you get to wear stunning accessories as part of your hair style. For your bridal look wearing hair accessories can not only enhance your hairstyle but they can finish off your bridal look. From hair combs to tiaras to pins, you'll have an array of choices in your hunt for hair accessories.
I'd seen many decorative floral hoops popping up on Pinterest and loved the idea of them. So when I was asked to plan and decorate a bridal shower I knew I had to include them. Here's how I created my decorative floral hoop for under £5.