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Editor’s Weekly Wrap-Up: Wow-Worthy Wedding Dresses, Marbled Paper Cones, Green And White Bouquets, Spring Makeup Ideas, And Fruit And Vegetable Decor

It’s that time of week again! Here are some of our editor’s favorite boards and ideas that you may have missed:

15 Wow-Worth Wedding Dresses From Bridal Market Spring 2015Want to catch up on the highlights? Find out which gowns kept our Fashion Editor talking long after the models left the catwalk.
Dress Designers (from left to right): Elizabeth Fillmore and Austin Scarlett 
DIY Marbled Paper ConesAdd a special touch to your processional with these easy-to-make decorative confetti cones.
Photo: Brittni Mehlhoff
Green and White Bouquets Celebrate Earth Day all week with these eco-friendly bouquets filled with lots and lots of greenery! Our favorite is succulents, obviously.
Photos (from left to right): Erika Nicole and Clary Photo
8 Must-Try Spring Makeup IdeasGet these glowing skin looks for less complete with product recommendations too — you’re welcome!
Photos (from left to right): Ryan Ray Photography and Robyn Preston Photography
Fruit and Vegetable DecorTry incorporating locally grown produce into your centerpieces. Who knows, your guests might even be tempted to take a bite or two.
Photos (from left to right): Meg Perotti and Max Wagner


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Fashion Editor’s Top 3 Boards
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Bridal Fashion, Wedding Dress

It’s almost been a month since Project Wedding 2.0 launched, and our editors have been busy discovering, collecting, and sharing all their new content creations. In case you missed any of her wedding gowns, bridesmaids dresses, veils, and shoes, our Fashionista is giving a recap of her favorite boards thus far:

1. Lainey’s Romantic Bridal Session –  This bride complimented her hair flower with cluster earrings, an ostrich feather shrug, and pastel pink bouquet.

Photos: Marta Locklear

2. Grecian Wedding Dresses – For a goddess-inspired look, all you need is a one-shoulder or halter strap, v-neckline, empire waistline, and beaded belt.

Dress Designers (from left to right): Elizabeth Fillmore and BHLDN

3. Glam Wedding Shoes – Walk down the aisle like you’re walking the red carpet in a pair of glittery Badgley Mischka peep-toe pumps.

Photo: This Modern Romance 


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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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Fashion Friday: Sheathy and Chic
Posted by Kate. Filed under Wedding Dress

The classic sheath silhouette made a comeback on the Spring 2013 runways.  A great sheath dress reminds me of refined elegance, maturity, and sophistication…  Traditional sheaths fit close around the hips and taper toward the hemline, creating a very tailored look.  However, a bit of room and flow at the hem is more figure- flattering for a bride with some curves.

Are you thinking of a sheath?  One of these just might fit your fancy!

no. 1 Carolina Herrera no.2 Oscar de la Renta no. 3 Monique Lhuillier

no. 4 Elizabeth Fillmore no. 5 Rafael Cennamo no. 6 Amsale

no. 7 Monique Lhuillier no. 8 Theia no. 9 Romona Keveza

no. 10 Temperley London no. 11 Mark Zunino no. 12 Marchesa

no. 13 Theia no. 14 Elizabeth Fillmore no. 15 Sarah Janks

no. 16 Amsale no. 17 Romona Keveza no. 18 Christos

What’s your take?  Are you a sheath kind of gal?

Wishing you a lovely little weekend…


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