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The 12 Wedding Colour Schemes to Get You Inspired This 2020

The new year always brings with it a renewed sense of excitement. For weddings, nothing can be more exciting than a year that starts an entirely new decade.

The 2020s might have a rough start but weddings have remained strong. There are still quite a lot of things to figure out on a modern day wedding but nothing can be more vital and yet overlooked than the colour scheme for the event.

After all, the colour combinations you will choose will either enhance the wedding or ruin it. But do not worry, though. There are some popular Pantone colour schemes and combinations that you could take an inspiration out of and include for your big day. Here are some of them:

  1. Grey+Rose Pink

Grey is one of those minimalist colours which made it quite popular in the 2010s. It evokes a sense of simplicity and professionalism without being too sharp and intimidating. Rose Pink, on the other hand, evokes an innocent and cutesy look without being too garish and attention-getting. With both colours, you get a perfectly balanced colour scheme for any wedding.

You can choose to colour code your entourage here with the Groom’s party wearing grey while the bride’s are the ones wearing pink. But, of course, you can switch the sexes’ colours for something unique. Either way, you’d get two colours that are distinct from one another while perfectly complementing each other.

  1. Blush+Grey

The best way to describe the shade of Blush is that is pink but light to a point that it is almost invisible. As such, streaks of blush give this impression of a faded yet homely look for the wedding.

Blush gowns are easy to the eyes along with the bouquets. They also serve as a perfect compliment to the groom’s suit and that of his party as an accent or as an accessory in the chest pocket or lapel of the suit.

  1. White+Green

Popular for springtime weddings, the White+Green combination evokes an Easter-like atmosphere with feelings of rebirth, rejuvenation, and innocence. The green, in particular, evokes a strong connection with nature especially if you opt for natural decorations.

The best way to take advantage of this colour scheme is to make things as simple and natural as possible. Have your wedding chapel or reception area adorned with white flowers in green bouquets. Better yet, opt for an open-air wedding so the colour scheme will blend with the land and the sky. For the groom and his entourage, have them wear white shirts and grey suits with green ties. For the bride and her party, a white dress with a flowery accessory would suffice.

  1. Terracotta+Green

If you want to make a wedding even more connected with nature, then some earthy colours would be needed. Terracotta are two shades of brown that are either pale or bright and metallic. When combined with green shades or greenery, it results in a forest-like atmosphere for the wedding.

This combination works well in spring and summer when the weather is fairer. It is best used for weddings that are set in rustic scenery like forest retreats, cabins, and ranches.

  1. Icy Blue+Hot Pink

Although they might seemingly contrast one another, bright shades of blue and pink give off an air of playfulness which makes the combination great for Summer. They also go perfectly with the white dress of the bride and the greys and blacks of the groom and his party.

Have the bridesmaids wear blue dresses and accessorize them with bouquets with bright pink flowers. The centerpieces for the tables should also be adorned with something hot pink like a candle or a flower and situated with a bright blue sheet. You can even have the desserts be in pairs of bright blue and pink for that extra oomph on the reception table.

  1. Purple+Pink

The beauty of this colour combination is the sheer randomness of it. You can have the bridesmaids wear mismatching shades of the two colours and they’d still complement the entire wedding.

For the best effect, however, have the bridesmaids closest in order to the bride wear something light purple and pink before it progresses to darker shades for the other women next to them.   The pink and purple could also be highlighted as centerpieces on wedding bouquets, the ties of the groom and his men, and even the wedding cake.

It might take some bit of extra coordination on your part to get the colour scheme right but the end result will give off an air of elegant softness.

  1. Dusty Rose+Black

Dusty rose evokes a feeling of elegance without being too prim and proper. If combined with an even darker colour like black, the end result is a colour scheme that would stand out even on a bright day without being too offensive on the eyes.

Have the dusty rose be the colour for the bridesmaids and centerpieces. There are even flowers out there that have a rich dusty rose shade (like, well, roses) which makes them great for bouquets. For the groom, have their black suit be accented by a dusty rose handkerchief or a small rose.

  1. White+Light Blue

Another staple for spring and summer weddings, this colour combination matches perfectly with the fair weather of either season and is pleasing to the eyes. It also helps that the colour combination goes along with almost every accessory type and colour out there, be it jewelry or any ornate addition to dresses.

The bridesmaids should wear an all light blue ensemble while the bouquets would include white and blue flowers. Something white or silver for their accessories would also be recommended. For the men, they could wear a light blue suit with a white shirt inside or an all-white piece with light blue ties and accents.

  1. Mulberry Purple

If the typical pink and purple shades are a bit too simple for you, then you can do with something a bit stronger. This is where Mulberry Purple comes into play as it is a perfect mix of bright pink and metallic purple which gives off a mature, soothing, and professional air. The dark shades of the purple means it is best for summer to give off a “cool” vibe or in winter to blend with the colder climate.

The colour is easy to accessorize as you can use it for wedding invitations, table centerpieces, candles, and bouquets. For dresses, it works well on its own although a few silver or gold highlights would not hurt. For the men, a mulberry purple handkerchief or flower would also work along with either a gray suit or an all-black attire.

  1. Champagne Yellow

This shade of light to pale yellow is catching to the eyes and is one of the more energetic colour schemes for a wedding out there. It also works well for summer weddings when the days are at their brightest as the colour blends well with the climate but does not get drowned in all that sunshine.

This colour is best used for long, flowing dresses for bridesmaids as well as bouquets, table centerpieces, and deserts. It also works well with dark grey and black suits for men as an accent or accessory.

  1. Burgundy+Greenery

Burgundy, like purple, evokes feelings of class and nobility. If you mix this with greenery, you have a colour combination fit for a grand event at some royal palace’s gardens.

Like with every good colour combination, burgundy is great as the primary colour for dresses, centerpieces, and bouquets, while greenery gives each piece a natural accent. The best place to use this combination is at vineyard or ranch weddings where the old-timey charm of the locations can be made more romantic with some deep shades here and there.

  1. Gold+Peach+Cream

Many couples shy away from gold nowadays because it seems too grand and gaudy. However, what you only need are two pastel colours to go along with it and you will have a colour combination that could fit well with summertime weddings.

This combination is best used when the venue is an open-air one or one situated on a tent. The gold and peach are great as highlights while the cream serves as the primary colour for the dresses, bouquets, centerpieces, and the wedding cake. If done right, the gold should shimmer in the midst of the cream and the peach without being taking attention away from the most important people of that event: the couple.

Picking the Right Colour Scheme

Colour schemes are a bit tricky to choose from when it comes to weddings. After all, what works best depends on three Ws: Who, When, and Where. Some colours are great for the outdoors and during summer and springtime. Others are best in autumn and winter while in indoor settings. There are colour schemes that match your style and preferences and then there are those that don’t.

If you are bit on a bind as to what colour scheme suits your wedding the best, take the time to sit down and list all possible options with your friends, family, and would-be partner. A consultant might even help you in this regard as they would know what colour combinations are trending and which ones would fit your wedding’s theme, location, and budget the best.

 
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The Best Maternity Wedding Dresses

Being an expectant bride and mother can be momentous experiences on their own or simultaneously. If you are going to walk down the aisle with a baby bump in tow, there are some considerations that you have to keep in mind when looking for maternity wedding dresses.

With that being said, however, there are quite a lot of wedding dresses out there for mothers-to-be to wear on their big day. And below are some of the more notable examples.

Tiffany Rose

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Amelia

Designed by Tiffany Rose, the Amelia gown is all about highlighting your baby bump. It’s jersey made from soft ivory lace hugs your upper body comfortably without making you too hot. It also comes with an elegant design from top to bottom which highlights any figure elegantly.


The Amelia dress comes in both mid length and full length variants. This way, you can pick which style suits you best on your wedding day.

  • Classic Ivory plus over 8 other colours 
  • Designed to grow with you 
  • Sheer lace sleeves and neckline
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Alaska gown

Designed by Tiffany Rose, this wedding gown is made of a light fabric and is quite perfect for summer weddings. It’s design makes it easy to wear and the sleeves contain quite a lot of detail which gives the gown a rather elegant finish.


And if you are worrying about fitting issues, the dress does come with a stretch finish. This makes it easy to adjust to your body figure regardless of the stage of your pregnancy.

  • Sheer floral lace with subtle stretch 
  • Full-length maternity gown
  • Also available in a Plus size

Eden gown

Tiffany Rose’s Eden dress is able to find a balance between Elegance and Simplicity. It comes with a stretch lace overlay design and is made from a lace that gives off a shimmering effect whenever the wearer moves.


All of this is then pulled by a satin belt on the west which highlights the wearer’s figure even more.

  • Worn by Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Madeleine of Sweden
  • Works well with different hair colours and skin tones
  • Best-selling gown in new shade of Arabian Nights

Helena gown

If the wedding is going to be set on a colder month like December or January, then this gown should be ideal for you. It is made from thick yet light lace with a streamlined design. It should conform to your figure while keeping you warm while still keeping everything elegant.


There is also an optional sash which can be placed on the belly to highlight your womb even more but makes it look smaller. And, to top things off, the gown ends on a fishtail-like design, giving the entire dress a flowing appeal.

  • 1930s style and inspiration 
  • Demure high front neckline 
  • Daring scoop neckline to the back
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Verona gown

One of the best gowns to come from the Tiffany Rose collection, the Verona is a gown made from eyelash lace which is then paired with a soft ivory jersey. It’s design is elegant enough but will complement your figure regardless of how well you are into your pregnancy.


And if you need a bit of proof on this gown’s popularity, a copy of it was worn by Julia Stiles on her wedding day. Knowing that the dress you wore has found its way into Hollywood should be enough to put a smile on any lady on their big day; apart from the main event, of course.

  • Delicate eyelash lace overlay
  • Three quarter sleeves 
  • Also available in Plus Sizes
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Liberty

This dress comes with a scooped neck and off the shoulder design, giving it a timelessly elegant appeal. It comes with a simpler design all over which makes the gown a great partner for simple accessories.


The gown is made from a light lace material which allows the figure to breathe on a hot day. This makes the gown ideal for summer weddings or any wedding with a nature theme.

  • Off-the-shoulder sleeves giving a relaxed, grown-up feel
  • Ivory drape from a stylish cowl neck
  • Iconic

Seraphine

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Lace and Silk

With a design adorned with fluttering lace sleeves, this ivory silk wedding dress looks like it stepped right out of a fairy tale. The gown was designed to make the wearer feel comfortable as they move while still retaining a great level of elegance.


And if you are wondering if this gown fits all stages of pregnancy, it does. It comes with a sash of silk satin which gives the dress a rather form-fitting yet tailored look.

  • Fairytale wedding
  • Lace bodice
  • 100% silk skirt

Wrap maternity

Designed again by Seraphine, this dress keeps everything short yet dignified. It has a shorter hemline which pushes focus on your belly and allows you to move more.


The wedding dress is also designed to be flexible. This means that it will hug your figure comfortably on your wedding without restricting you on your waist.

  • Classic
  • Lace back detailing
  • Flattering ruched bodice
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Motherhood Maternity

Lace Hem Maxi

This wedding gown is perfect for beach weddings and other open air events due to its flowing, elegant design. It’s waist was designed to hug the belly so the wearer can proudly show their figure.


Also, the dress uses a fine silk lace which allows the body to breathe. This should make anyone wearing it feel comfortable as they move.

  • Sleeveless maxi with scoop neck 
  • Lace trim
  • Textured fabric

White Runway

Composure gown

This gown is designed by Pasduchas, this gown features the right kind of sexy with an off-shoulder design. If you are one that is a bit conscious with your baby bump, this gown should be an option as its design takes focus from your belly to your shoulder.


The gown comes in the traditional ivory white which is perfect for traditional weddings. But, if your wedding is far from traditional, the gown also comes in a bright wine color.

  • Super comfortable
  • Zip on centre back
  • Fully lined

ASOS Edition

Floral and Sequin gown

This gown is designed by ASOS, this gown sports embroidered flowers all over. It is then topped with vine patterns which completes the gowns earthy look.


The floral and sequin dress carefully treads the balance between formal and casual due to its sequin details and sleeveless design. As such, it is perfect for a wedding set out in the open air and during summer.

  • Sheer mesh with embroidery
  • Partial lining
  • Lightweight design
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Envie De Fraise Flora maternity maxi dress

One of France’s best-known wedding gown lines for expectant mothers, the Envie De Fraise Flora line features a simply yet undoubtedly European flair with a sleeveless design and a V-neck. The gown features a knot just above your belly, giving your baby bump the right kind of attention.

And due to its simplicity, the Envie De Fraise flora gown is great when partnered with more elaborate accessories. If you are the one to walk down the aisle wearing a tiara or a jeweled headdress, this gown might be the one for you.

  • Simple yet elegant
  • Sleeveless & V-neck
  • Machine wash or Dry clean

Finding the Perfect Wedding Gown

Choosing a maternity wedding gown can be daunting itself. To help alleviate some of the
stress from finding the best gown for you, here are a few tips to keep in mind.

  • Mind the Silhouette

First of all, do you want to emphasize the fact that you are pregnant or not? Your
answer to this question dictates your options for gowns as there are types out
there that either hide or highlight your baby bump.

If you are one that does not want to give too much emphasis on your growing belly,
then a gown with an empire waist or a lace overlay is a good option. But if you
are not one to shy away from showing your baby bump, it is best to find a dress
that comes with a satin mesh or a belt that highlights your belly more.

  • Size Up

Usually, it will take a few months for you to get your wedding dress once you have
ordered it. That means your belly should have grown even bigger by the time
that gown arrives on your doorstep.

When looking for a gown for your big day, make sure that it does not hug your belly
too tightly as of testing if it fits. The rule of thumb is to add an inch of
your belly for each month from that day to your wedding. And, if you are not
that confident with math, you can always refer to the store’s sizing chart.
They will guide you in picking a dress that will comfortably fit you regardless
of how big your belly is going to get.

  • Know the Fabrics

The materials that make up the gown can determine whether or not you will be
comfortable wearing it on your wedding day. Stick to fabrics that can stretch
as this will give your figure enough leeway so you won’t feel restricted as you
wear it.

Fabrics like thulle and chiffon are lightweight and allow the body to breathe despite
the gown hugging the shape of your body. Jersey is also a great material as it
can stretch considerably, making wedding dresses made of this material ideal
for women on the later stages of their pregnancy.

  • Simplicity is Always the Best

Even if it is your big day, it would be best to not to go over the top. The reason
for this is that you are competing with your belly so having an overly designed
dress is going to make you look off. Also, an overly designed dress tend to be
cumbersome which will not do you any favors on your wedding.

Instead, look for a dress with a design simple enough that it captures your figure and
complements it. This way, the focus is shared between you and your baby bump
even as you walk down that aisle.

To Conclude

So which wedding gown works best for you? That is one thing that only you could
answer. When looking for the best wedding dress, it would be ideal that you
find a balance between Form and Function.

Simply put, that dress should be the kind of attire that can make you look good
without making you look uncomfortable. If you can do this, you can make
yourself elegant without sacrificing your ability to enjoy your big day.

 
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Berketex Brides
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LIMITED TIME – Up to 60% off Wedding dresses !

Yes you read it right.

More than 20,000 wedding gowns are being sold off at knockdown prices.

Why ?

Unfortunately, Berketex Bride went into administration back in November 2018. The business said it has eleven outlets an one in Dublin. Berketex had been serving the wedding market for over 50 years. 

All this stock has gone to Auctioneers John Pye where you can buy for pennies on the pound.

Anyone hoping to grab a bargain will have to travel to Port Talbot, South Wales to get their hands on dresses from designers such as Emily Fox, Amy Hamilton, Rosetta Nicolini, Tom Flowers and Christina Sposa at significantly reduced prices.

South Wales (live now): Fridays 12pm – 3pm; Saturdays 10am – 2pm.

Marchington (commencing February 9th): Saturdays 10am – 2pm.

FINAL SALE THIS WEEKEND

 
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Wedding fashion 2018: brides are ditching veils for modern hats

In the past it has been customary to walk down the aisle wearing a sweeping white dress and matching elegant veil.
But, in recent years, modern brides have well and truly switched up wedding day style rules, banishing tradition bridal dresses for jumpsuits, capes and colour, as well as ditching veils for flower crowns or bedazzled headbands.

Sabrina Carder writes in the Evening Standard her update on the wedding veil.

Anything that isn’t a veil seems to go. From sleek white fedoras to floppy straw styles, bridal hats are the new ‘it’ wedding accessory in town. And, thanks to Instagram, the new trend has quickly picked up pace.
Emily Ratajkowski first bought the trend to our attention back in February when she married Sebastian Bear-McClard at New York City Hall in a very unconventional outfit.
The ensemble consisted of a £120 mustard suit from high-street shop Zara and a wide-brim black fedora hat adorned with a mini veil.

Furthermore, the model isn’t the only celebrity to take bridal headgear up a notch.

Millie Mackintosh
Photo Credit: Evening Standard Limited

 

Millie Mackintosh opted for a similar bridal ensemble when she recently wed Hugo Taylor.
But, the 29-year-old managed to put a tradition spin on the suit and hat combination, sticking to an all-white colour scheme.

 

The ‘gram has also been filled with fashion-forward brides rocking the new must-have accessory.
For ultimate inspo check out hat enthusiast, Quigley Goode, who has served up numerous perfect bridal looks featuring extra large panama hats. Tempted? Us too.
Or, if you’re feeling brave, you could make a real show-stopping entrance in an extra large straw hat like Danish model, Emma Leth, who paired a piece of Jacquemus headgear with a see-through wedding dress back in June.

So, if you want to elevate your bridal look this year, you now know how.

 
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Be the best conditioned bride you can be

Ok so this one is more for the ladies. Be the best bride you can be is about you on your wedding day in peak condition. Since all eyes will be on the bride it kind of makes sense to be in the best place physically, emotionally, mentally. So we have come up with a plan which starts from three months counting down. Three months is enough time to make changes. Lets face it your wedding day is the one day where all eyes will be on you. You are the star of the show – Don’t let hubby to be tell you otherwise!

The Three month Plan

Eating well

Diet

The two main things to get from diet is

  1. Keep hydrated
  2. Eat good clean food

You want to have lots of energy and avoid lethargy.  Find your local greengrocer in your town and explore the fresh vegetable and fruits aisles. As a counter from eating and testing all those cakes you want to balance by eating foods that give you fuel.

Drink lots of water – Your partner will think you are glowing and shiny because of the strong love between you. Well that is of course true, but another factor which you don’t need to publicise is the copious amount of water you have been drinking.

HealthDr. Bronner's Pure castile bar soap

Not only should good food play towards being more healthy it is always a good idea to target and keep on top of any physical systems that are constantly under attack. So as well as eating your greens we might imagine the stresses of wedding planning might increase chance of acne and spots. We recently discovered BigGreenSmile.com They are one of the biggest online retailers of natural and organic products in the UK.

Using organic tea-tree soap that doesn’t dry out your face is a great way to keep skin right.

 

Exercise

Let run through the demands. In one day your body will have to:

  • Long day – Waking super early and to bed very late
  • Go long periods without your regular feeding times
  • Standing
  • Sitting
  • Holding poses
  • Keeping still
  • Smiling…After few hours your jaws will be super stiff
  • Wearing a very heavy dress without the strongest or practical shoes!
  • The wedding dance

and thats not to include any stress whatsoever !

So by working backwards what do we want to achieve. You don’t want to look like a body builder – Aim for a French exquisite look, where wedding guest will remember the words elegant, graceful, delicate and extremely beautiful.  99% of wedding gowns are designed this way so you will have less customisation to do.

Go for tone. Things like yoga, swimming, Maybe some high intensity training to work on losing some inches. You don’t need to spend much money, nor add hours to your already busy daily ritual. Just thirty minutes a day at home.

Planks

Planks

Simply lie down face down and with elbows to the floor try and maintain a straight posture. Holding this position for a while is going to work your abs, back and core. The Plank is one of the best exercises for core conditioning yet it also works your bum and hamstrings, supports proper posture and improves balance.      This is the ker-ching your wedding body has been waiting for.

The test is that if you can’t hold a plank for 120 seconds, you’re either a) too fat, b) too weak, or c) doing something wrong in your workouts. A fit, healthy person should be able to hold on for two-minutes before feeling the burn.

 

If you’ve been good and started 12 weeks back you would most likely be in good shape. Take plenty of rest by ‘trying’ to get to bed and sleep at an early hour.

Above all, amidst the stress, you can peace out and have moments of pleasure for yourself. It’s your wedding – Enjoy it 🙂

 
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HILARY Swank secretly marries in forest near her home

Hilary Swank marries
Photo credit: Vogue

The actress Hilary Swank ties the knot with social entrepreneur Philip Schneider in a stunning yet intimate wedding location close to her California home.

Alexandra Macon of Vogue detailed the joys for us.

Actress Wears Elie Saab Couture and Christian Dior at Her Wedding in the Redwoods

Hilary wore a white lace and embroidered dress by Ellie Saab Couture for her fairytale ceremony. Mariska Hargitay served as her maid of honour while fellow actor and Supernatural star Misha Collins were amongst the guests.

The gown comprised of 25 meters of Chantilly lace, eight meters of silk chiffon, furthermore six meters of organza silk. It took 150 hours to create with 70 hours of that focused exclusively on embroidery. Seven people made the dress, including three seamstresses, two petites mains, one patternmaker, and above all, the head of the atelier. “I have loved Elie Saab for years and was thrilled he designed my dress,” Hilary says. “I wanted something romantic that felt as timeless as the redwood grove where we were to be married, and he consequently delivered. Designing something that far surpassed my greatest expectations, as a result it was certainly everything I imagined and more.”

Of the setting, most noteworthy, “It was timeless. There is just no other way to describe it.” explained Hilary. The couple said their vows in intimate redwood grove populated with trees that are over 800 years old.

Looking to have a wedding that is truly personal to your being? A good tip is to mull over what resonates with you, whether you want all your brothers and sisters in particular colours, or that as an environmentalist you’d want to press the point home around using recycled or sustainable goods and products.

Whatever it is, jot it down and keep doing this. Oftentimes, the ‘resonation’ comes to you unexpectedly when exercising, or having doing something quite unrelated! Over a time, you’ll have put together a vision of what you truly would like to have on the rare day where you get to call the shots in having that perfect day.  Then the rest is simpler to execute, if you have a wedding planner give them the vision, otherwise do it yourself pick up things in advance. Half the fun is in the journey

 
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2015 Most Stylish Brides

If you are looking for an inspiration for your wedding gown, we are here to help.

Here are some of 2015 most stylish bride.

The most stylish brides of 2015

Sabine G

Jewellery designer Sabine G married into the wealthy Getty family in an extravagant ceremony and celebration in Rome. The bride wore a couture gown and matching cape by couture house Schiaparelli, which were embroidered with no less than 500,000 sequins by embroidery atelier Lesage

Photo Credits: Telegraph UK
Photo Credits: Telegraph UK

Noor Fares

Fine jeweller Noor Fares wed artist Alexandre Al Khawam at a beautiful ceremony in Normandy in June, and it was a truly epic affair. Her first dress – yes, there were two – was this beautiful haute couture Giambattista Valli gown

Photo Credits: Telegraph UK
Photo Credits: Telegraph UK

Hilary Rhoda

Model Hilary Rhoda wore a simple Carolina Herrera wedding gown with green beading and 14.7 carats of Chopard diamonds to marry NHL player Sean Avery in the Hamptons

Photo Credits: Telegraph UK
Photo Credits: Telegraph UK

Beatrice Borromeo

Heiress Beatrice Borromeo had no less than five wedding dresses when she married Pierre Casiraghi in a series of events earlier this year, but this was our favourite. The micro-draped Armani gown was comprised of a deep neckline and micro draping. A spokesperson for Armani revealed that Borromeo’s train featured two antique diamond brooches in the form of wings, which are family heirlooms

Photo Credits: Telegraph UK
Photo Credits: Telegraph UK

Allison Williams

Girls actress Allison Williams married Ricky Van Veen in September at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming. She wore a couture Oscar de la Renta gown, created by the fashion house’s British creative director Peter Copping. The heavily embellished gown featured a sheer, long-sleeved overlay atop a full-skirted strapless dress

Photo Credits: Telegraph UK
Photo Credits: Telegraph UK

For full list, please go here.

 
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Real Life Princesses and their Breathtaking Wedding Gowns

Every girl dreams being a princess at one point in their life. And more often than not, it is realized on the day of their wedding.

Who would not feel like a princess when you wear the wedding dress of your dreams?

And to give you some insights on what real life princesses wedding gowns would look like, take a peek on the list made by Aemilia Madden.

21 Breathtaking Wedding Gowns Worn by Real-Life Princesses

Duchess Catherine Cambridge

Photo Credit: Popsugar UK

Duchess Catherine of Cambridge, 2011

Kate Middleton married Prince William in an Alexander McQueen gown designed by Sarah Burton.

Princess Charlene of Monaco, 2011

Charlene Wittstock married Prince Albert in a gown designed by Giorgio Armani.

Princess Charlene Monaco

Photo Credit: Popsugar UK

Princess Claire

Photo Credit: Popsugar UK

Princess Claire of Luxembourg 2013

Claire Lademacher married Prince Felix of Luxembourg wearing a gown designed by Elie Saab.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 2013

Princess Madeleine married Christopher O’Neill wearing a creation by Italian fashion designer Valentino Garavani.

Princess Madeleine Sweden

Photo Credit: Popsugar UK

Princess Sofia

Photo Credit: Popsugar UK

Princess Sofia of Sweden, 2015

Sofia Hellqvist married Prince Carl Philip of Sweden wearing a gown by Swedish designer Ida Sjöstedt.

Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg, 2012

Stephanie de Lannoy married Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg wearing a custom gown by designer Elie Saab.

Princess Stephanie Luxembourg

Photo Credit: Popsugar UK

For the full list of Real Life Princesses gorgeous wedding gowns, please go here

How about you? Which one do you like best?

 
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Wedding Proposal: A Surprise Broadway Performance

broadwayBroadway is a part of UK history. Everybody we know will have watched one show or another. And some plays feature real-life proposals and weddings ! It is a very nice idea for an actor to propose to his loved one on a Broadway stage.

And for an Actor who did actually do this proposal, it was such a delight for it to be a successful one.

Wedding Proposal Success: A Surprise Broadway Performance

An actor finishes his matinee performance with his girlfriend in the audience watching on by, thinking that he is taking all the limelight. How wrong she is, as he tells the audience how much the last year had meant to him and how much he loves her….and then on bended knee pops the question !

Having an entire Theatre applauding you on your Engagement is certainly one way to get you to say yes but I think she would have anyway!

 
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