Feathers can transform wedding accessories into bold and beautiful statements From just a few feathers accenting your flower arrangements to dresses covered in them, feathers can transform ordinary wedding additions into bold and beautiful statement pieces. If you’re looking for…Read More Fashionable Feathers for your Wedding Accessories
Your wedding planning is underway. You have decided on a fairytale theme wedding, along with your favorite colors, one of which is pink. A princess bride needs a tiara to complete her look and a pink bridal tiara will provide…Read More Consider a Pink Bridal Tiara for Your Fairytale Theme Wedding
Red is a color long known to man. The wavelengths of light that make it up are the longest that can be seen by the human eye. This color is evident daily in our culture on items that we want…Read More Bridal Tiaras are Perfect for Your Valentines Day Wedding
From the tip of your red bridal tiara down to your ruby red slippers; if you follow these suggestions, you can truly make your Valentines day wedding special! The first rule to keep in mind when planning a Valentine’s Day…Read More Red Wedding Accessories for Your Valentine’s Day Wedding
The big day has come and gone and is now a happy recent memory. With the last guest thanked profusely for attending and their gracious gift, all pieces of china stored away for your first big soiree as a Mr.…Read More Creative Things to do With Your Bridal Tiara After Your Wedding
Next to the wedding gown, a bride’s head-wear is the most elegant piece of the wedding ensemble. Part jewelry and part utility, a wedding tiara exemplifies wealth, abundance, status and beauty in a real and priceless way. The tiara can…Read More The History of Wedding Tiaras
Damask is an Arabic, woven tapestry embellishment featuring intricate designs, more commonly made on the jacquard loom. It is an increasingly popular design used in many modern wedding themes. From invitations to the wedding cake, it is a bold, artistic…Read More What is Damask?
While fashions have changed throughout the years, bridal gowns and accoutrements have often reflected traditions and customs of times past. Nowhere is this more apparent than the wedding veils and trains that brides wear for their special event. If you…Read More The history of the Wedding Veil and the Bridal Train
While you’re pretty sure that granny panties are out, the big day is approaching and you’re still a little unsure of exactly what you should wear under your wedding dress—lingerie-wise, that is. Do you go the shapewear route and opt…Read More What to wear UNDER the wedding dress!
Gloves for the bride. Elegant, flattering … practical, too, if your beautiful 19th-century stone church is a tad drafty. Glove length is traditionally measured in “buttons”, running from the 2-button “shorty”, which ends at the wrist, to the 21-button full-arm…Read More The elegance and etiquette of the bridal glove