Unless you have been living under a rock, we’re sure you have at least heard the term ‘Pop-Up Wedding’. But just in case here’s a quick description.
The combination of grey and white is both classic and ethereal. Small pops of other colours, such as pink flowers are made to look brighter with the monotone grey background.
White wasn’t always the way when it came to wedding dresses. Back in the 50’s women wore jewel coloured dressed – think sapphire blue, emerald green, and amethyst purple. The length was often knee or mid length as well.
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in our 6 daily fashion parades from local and international designers are sure to stun each bride to be in attendance. See how the dress of your dreams looks under lights, in movement, and in photos. There are also hundreds of dress at the show that you can try one so you can get your shopping done in one day.
We often preface our blogs with this statement, but here it is again: It’s your wedding, so it will always come down to your personal choice.
There are pro’s and con’s to buying a designer dress or taking a cheaper route that fall far from the obvious issue of cost. Just remember, whatever you choose to wear on your wedding day, you will look fabulous.
This silhouette has become one of the most iconic, as it emulates the fairy tale wedding that so many brides love. This style works well for most body shapes, particularly triangles as it flares over the hips. The size of the dress could be overwhelming on a more petite bride though.