Posts Tagged ‘Alfred Angelo’

Lana + Andrew: A Sunny Florida Alfred Angelo Wedding
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Today we’re sharing a second installment of our fun collaboration with Alfred Angelo. Each month, one of their stylish real brides is featured as their ‘Facebook Cover Girl’, and we’re honored to show off the rest of the lucky gal’s big day! April goes to Lana, who selected a stunning strapless number with a slim ruffled skirt for her Florida nuptials. We love the springy touches of buttercup yellow and sage green she and husband Andrew sprinkled throughout the Bonnet House estate—perfect for an early spring wedding! Big thanks to Emily Harris Photography for the lovely images.

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Vintage-Modern Art-Deco Wedding by Joshua Goodman Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

Sometimes, all a wedding needs to feel extra-special is a little touch of drama. Set in the sweeping halls of LA’s Union Station, Jackie and Ryan’s October affair has more than a touch—and we’re completely enamored. From the classic ivory, black, and gold color palette to that gorgeous floral altar, this wedding is definitely black tie chic meets California fun. Special thanks to Josh Goodman for sharing his gorgeous photos of the day!

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A Reveal… and a Real Wedding!
Posted by Kate. Filed under Real Weddings

Today’s real wedding is a very special reveal! When we heard that the fab folks at Alfred Angelo were celebrating their real brides by selecting one to be their ‘Facebook Cover Girl’ each month, we thought it was brilliant.  We were honored and flattered to help them with the selection process and so excited to announce that Mrs. Ticona Fillah is February’s lucky lady. Ticona married the love of her life, Vince, this past September, in a vibrantly romantic wedding in Potomac, Maryland. We snagged these stunning photographs by Judah Avenue Photography to share the day!

Ticona’s dramatic drop waist style gown looked as if it was made just for her!  Her classic, yet modern bridal look was complemented by rich, bold hues of the bridal party attire.  She shared that their inspiration for planning was ‘tradition and romance with great food, and non-stop dancing. We really wanted our guests to share in our love and union, and to have an amazing time!’

After taking their vows in a traditional ceremony at the church,  the celebration continued in a nearby hall.  The reception was glamorously adorned with submerged florals and candlelight.  After pouring over the details for almost a year, an evening of all-out dancing ensued in the dreamy and carefully constructed ambiance.
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Trend Snippet: The Peplum Effect
Posted by Kate. Filed under Wedding Dress

New York Bridal Week was filled with peplum-ey dresses… there were different shapes, different styles, and different sizes of peplums… and I just couldn’t help but notice that they have quite the effect.  On this oh-so-fashionable Friday, I thought I’d share a few of my favorites!

Elizabeth Fillmore

Angel Sanchez

Carolina Herrera


Romona Keveza Legends

Alfred Angelo

Junko Yoshioka

Douglas Hannant

So.. what’s your take… what kind of effect does this sometimes frilly, sometimes flouncy, sometimes chic, and other times sophisiticated little peplum have on you?

(and don’t you worry, if you’re not so much in peplum-mode, we’ve got tons more NEW bridal fashion right {over here}).

Have a most fabulous weekend…


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