Posts Tagged ‘Anne Barge’

Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: Beautiful Backs from Fall 2015, Top 5 Types of Fruit to Use in Your Wedding Decor, Wedding Bar Ideas, DIY Ranunculus Flower Crown, Silhouettes in Wedding Decor
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of the week again! Check out our round-up of stories that were featured on ProjectWedding this week. Don’t forget to share your favorites!

Beautiful Backs from Fall 2015– The back of these gowns from bridal fashion week will completely blow your mind!

Gowns by Anne Barge & Watters; Photos by Dan Lecca

Top 5 Types of Fruit to Use In Your Wedding Decor– Fruit doesn’t just have to be part of dessert, use it as your decor as well.

Photos by onelove photographyDaniel Kim Photography

Wedding Bar Ideas– It’s likely that one of the most popular spots at your wedding is going to be the bar. So why not make it look as good as possible?

Photo by iZO Wedding Photographer Perth

DIY Ranunculus Flower Crown– Add a touch of boho chic to your bridal look by making your own flower crown.

Photo by Alisandra Photography

Silhouettes in Wedding Decor– Use this fun artsy decor idea to add some personality to your big day.

Photo by Olivia Leigh Photographie


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Fashion Friday: 5 Supremely Flattering Necklines
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Bridal Fashion, Bridal Market Spring 2014, Wedding Dress

After polling on Facebook and Twitter, the answer is clear: when it comes to wedding gowns, PW brides place more emphasis on the neckline than the skirt. It makes sense, too—while we’re all about a gorgeous gown, at the end of the day it’s more important that you look gorgeous in it! And the best way to do that is with pretty details up top that draw attention to your face. Here, we’ve rounded up 5 of the most flattering necklines we know, all with examples from the latest runway collections. Enjoy!

1. High Neck Halter

Sophisticated brides, take note—high neck halters are an elegant way way to highlight sculpted shoulders and firm upper arms. The gathering of fabric at the neck also leads people’s eyes straight to your smile. Gowns (left to right): Lazaro and Temperely London.

2. Deep V 

The plunging V is a great look for lither ladies who want to show off great posture and beautiful clavicle bones. We love this sexy statement for smaller-chested brides—just remember the double-sided tape! Or opt for a gown with mesh netting to hold everything in place, like the Berta gown on the right. Gowns: Anne Barge and Berta.

3. Illusion V

The Illusion V is a beautiful compromise for brides who want the support of straps but the bareness of a bustier/sweetheart gown.  Lace, appliques, and other details draw eyes upwards, while the plunge discretely creates a bit of cleavage. Gowns: Christos and Tara Keely. Read the rest of this entry »


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Look to Love: The Sheer Corset
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Bridal Fashion, Bridal Market Spring 2014

Call it the Pnina Tornai effect—corsets are coming up sheer and sexy for Spring! We saw plenty of exposed boning on the runway this season, and we think the look is great for the bride who wants to show off her hard-earned wedding figure. More trends we noticed: draped backs, illusion necklines, modern peplums, and the Carrie Bradshaw flower corsage.

Related: 19 Bombshell Wedding Dresses

no. 1 Kenneth Pool • no. 2 Christos

no. 4 Ines Di Santo • no. 5 Berta Bridal

no. 5 Anne Barge • no. 6 Pronovias

Can’t get enough Bridal Market coverage? Find even more details we’re loving in our highlights recap, or see complete collections from Vera WangMonique LhuillierMarchesa, Jenny Packham, Angel Sanchez and more on our Fashion Ideas page.


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Day Three: NYC Bridal Market Top Ten {Part One}
Posted by Kate. Filed under Wedding Dress

If you haven’t yet had your fill of incredible new bridal fashion, don’t worry one bit, because I have much more coming your way!  Without further ado, I’m back to counting down the ten highlights from each day at market. On to day three…

no. 1 Romona Keveza’s Crystal Lace

 I got up close and personal with Romona Keveza’s newest season of her Legends line and was absolutely awe-inspired with her use of crystal lace- a fabric exclusive to the collection.  It’s hard to tell from the photo, but along with the beauty of an intricate lace, it has the most incredible shimmer…

no. 2 Butterflies Abound at Elizabeth Fillmore

Aren’t these butterfly embellishments so so lovely and sweet?  This season, Elizabeth’s stand-out silhouettes were carefully adorned with embroideries and beading to create a poetic pairing of nature and romance.

no. 3 Lacey Statement at Anne Barge

Lace was at large on many of the runways this season, but the always-classic Anne Barge made an especially noteworthy lace statement.  The Alencon lace gown on the right even has a pearl-to-blush ombre effect which, naturally, I adore.

no. 4 The Ballgown Makes Her Comeback

By day two it was noted and by day three it was official:  ball gowns are oh-so-back in style.  And it’s not to say that they ever weren’t in style in the realm of bridal, but rather, they’re just back in a very big way.   Although we saw several ravishing styles at the Ines di Santo presentation,  I thought I’d share this one (as I do a little happy dance for all the lucky ladies that will get to bear their fairytale fantasy thru fashion next year)!

no. 5 A Sweet Stop-In with Amy Kuschel

San-Francisco-based designer Amy Kuschel does vintage so sweetly, I was charmed to say the least when I stopped by for a peek at her 2013 dresses.  In fact, the simple loveliness of the Meadow gown straight up stole my heart ♥


{See the Highlights from Day One}

{See the Highlights from Day Two}

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