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    I read project wedding everyday, and love reading about everybody's weddings!  I often come across people ranting about their bridesmaids, mothers in law, how they can't have a certain something at their wedding because it costs too much.


    I find myself getting caught up in it, thinking, I wish I had this, or I can't believe so-and-so.  But then I remember it's all crazy.  My fiance and I are skipping a lot of things- we are paying for our own wedding, and last year I was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which requires MRI's every three months (and those suckers are EXPENSIVE).  We're also looking at surgery pretty soon after the wedding, which is another huge expense.  Needless to say, the limited funds we have are NOT going to the wedding.  I'm not writing this for sympathy, but because this whole ordeal has reminded me what is important in life, and what's not.


    Weddings are consuming, they take a lot of time, planning, thought, and money.  But, it's important to remember it's just a day, and the stress is not worth it.   Afterall, a good wedding does not necessarily make a good marriage.


    I wish EVERYONE has the wedding of their dreams, and that they have wonderful, beautiful lives filled with supportive people- and to keep things in perspective.


     


    I wish the BEST for you!! You are so right..


     


    Thank you for posting this. It's a great reminder!   I hope you are feeling ok & wish you the best too!


     


    Great post!! I'm sorry for what you have to go through!


     


    Thanks for posting.  Here is another post from a while back that was also very nice that I find myself going back to and re-reading to keep me "grounded" as I plan my low-budget but high-love wedding.


    http://www.projectwedding.com/post/list/what-a-wedding-is-all-about


    From 2000 Dollar Wedding bride, Sara


    Dearest Bride-to-Be:

    The 12-18 months of wedding planning will pass in a matter of hours or days. When it’s all said and done, the photos will be the primary artifact remaining.


    My wish for you—when you look back at those photos—is for you to think:


    Look at how relaxed I was. Fully present in the moment. Basking in it. Soaking it in. I was not saturated in stress.





    My shoes and dress were comfortable enough for dancing. My beauty radiated out of me; it was not applied to me.





    I got to spend quality time with my friends and family. I was myself, not a show. In fact, I was my fullest expression of self.





    I do not remember whether the invitations were letterpress or whether the flowers at the ceremony were the same ones at the reception.





    The wedding favors or the fanciness of the food did not make memories. The sincerity did. The connection did. The time together did.





    It did not matter whether every last detail conformed to the signature colors. Instead of saying, “What a beautiful bouquet,” the guests said, “What a beautiful love.”


    This is my wish to you, dear brides, as you pore over wedding magazines and read daily blogs. Some of it matters. Most of it does not. Casting your net in the wrong direction will most surely mean you miss the things you most dearly want to catch.


    May your wedding be just one sincere, authentic, happiest day in a long line of many.


    This is my wish to you.


    All my best,


    Sara


     


    you are absolutely right. thanks for posting this. i wish you the best of luck in your tests and getting your health back on track!


     


    Oh honey, I hope everything goes well!  It is all perspective, 100%!  I am so lucky that my FI and I can have the wedding that we are having, and I should focus on that instead of worrying about all of the details!  *Hugs*


     


    Thanks for posting. I wish you the best too!


     


    You are so totally right.  My wedding was small and fun and exactly what we wanted (and very little stress).  Big or small wedding, it should be about the couple and their commitment to each other.


    I wish you all the best and I hope you, too, get to have the wedding of your dreams. 


     


    beautiful post tkeith... way to put all our rants and fussing and complaints in check! youre absolutely right... its "just one day" and at the end of it all, the ultimate goal will be reached. we are all marrying our bestfriend. i wish you all the best and again, thank you for this!


     


    You're absolutely right.  I wish you all the best and pray for healing for you.


     


    thank you for posting this  :)


     


    Thanks for the great post!!  All the best to you ((hugs))


     


    so true...good health to you


     


    wow. This is an amazing post...definitely going to be saving this one. Thank for your words of wisdom and the reminder that so many of us needed to hear. I too get caught up in wedding planning, and drown myself in details to keep myself occupied until my FH is safely home from deployment. I need to just remember that the most important thing is that he makes it home, and that we are married.


     


    I hope that your life brings you all you deserve. I can't imagine how difficult it would be to find out I had a brain tumor....and for your strength and courage, I respect the hell out of you!!! My prayers will be with you, but more so, my appreciation for you words and insight will be carried with me through the remainder of my planning!! Thank you so much!


     


    Thanks for posting this.  What a great reminder.  I will remember this when I'm worrying about centerpieces and stressing about invitations.




    Thank you for reminding us all. This was a great post. I wish you all the best!!


    Thank you!! :)


     


    Thank you :) God definitely answers prayers and knows what you need when you need it! I just wrote my post "no honeymoon" and was feeling really down about it. Thank you for making me see how silly I was being. 

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  • Wedding Reception Venues:

    Couples planning a wedding may decide to have the ceremony in one place and the reception somewhere else - this is a particularly common choice then the ceremony takes place at a house of worship, where there might not be an appropriate place for a reception - so looking at wedding reception venues is high on the "to do" list.


     


    Wedding reception venues - the options:

    Wedding reception venues might be all-in-one facilities that offer packages that include everything associated with the celebration, historic buildings where the celebrants are responsible for catering and décor or empty rental spaces that leave everything else up to the couple (and a wedding planner, if one is hired) to decide - most often, though, couples select wedding reception venues which offer something in between. It's convenient and reassuring to know that many of the details are being taken care of by someone else - but at the same time, most couples want to be able to have input into the planning of their wedding reception.


    The kind of reception a couple is having will determine their choice of wedding reception venues. For a casual afternoon affair, a local restaurant or community center might be among the wedding reception venues being considered. For a larger nighttime celebration, hotels and banquet halls are wedding reception venues that are more likely to provide everything that goes into a fun and festive reception - enough space to sit and dance comfortably, catering staff, etc.


     


    Wedding reception venues - things to consider

    The specific of the wedding reception venues themselves often play an important role - for example, a private room in a restaurant where there are also other patrons might not allow loud music. Consider a variety of wedding reception venues to ensure that the space will work well for the kind of party the bride and groom want for their once-in-a-lifetime event.


    When looking at different wedding reception venues, talk to the management staff about visiting while a reception is taking place there - this is a great opportunity to see how the space works when it's full of people (and also to taste the food!) and a terrific way to compare different wedding reception venues. Pay attention to how the spaces are decorated, how many people are there, how comfortable the seating layout looks. Empty wedding reception venues might look big enough to hold everything and everyone, but that quickly changes when tables, chairs, decorations and a room full of people are added!


    Another thing to take into account when looking at wedding reception venues is whether or not guests will be coming in from out of town. If this is the case, hotels might be particularly good choices for wedding reception venues, as this gives visiting guests a convenient place to stay ... and no need to drive after a night of partying! When considering hotels as potential wedding reception venues, be sure to ask about discount rates if a block of rooms is being reserved. Also, hotels often offer free or upgraded wedding night accommodations for the bride and groom when their facilities are used as wedding reception venues or to host out-of-town guests.


    Images courtesy: Geoff White photographers

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  • Give me the Food Artist: Miss Platnum Album: The Sweetest Hangover Description Not Provided Lyrics You know, people always say
    "Women should be thin, they should be on diet"
    But I don't care - I just enjoy eating!

    I like my coffee with a lot of cream
    I like to eat late at night
    I like scrambled eggs after a sweet dream
    I like potatoes, deep fried
    I like some sugar in my lemonade
    I like chicken wings and steak
    I like thick cheesecake, but homemade
    I like a long lasting lunch break!

    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!

    Some girls may think
    "This chick's a little big"
    Slim girls don't understand but I don't care.
    Some guys may say
    "It's her curves that I didn't urged"
    They like the tight pants that I wear.
    I am romanian, I love to eat
    It's in my genes, I can't control.
    Look at my carnation
    'cause this bottles can't compete.
    I am a woman - no skinny doll!

    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!

    You know, people say
    "Women should only eat yogurt and strawberries"
    Ha ha ha ha, they say a lot of things,
    but you know,
    I don't care what people say 'bout my weight!
    So if you want to take me out for a date,
    make sure that this big love don't food on my weight
    and maybe I let you get a taste of my cake!

    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me! Video

    Video:

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  • Project Wedding member Lingy had a whimsical hand-tied bouquet of delicate White Hydrangeas, Gardenias, Bouvardias, and Green Jasmine Vine.


     


    Photo Credits: Jerry Yoon Photography


    Floral Credits:  Floral Design Studio






     

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  • The current trend in vintage style brings a timeless quality to the necklines, silhouettes, and  embellishments of days past.  In fact, renowned fashion stylist and creative director of The Vintage Wedding Dress Company, Charlie Brear, has created a collection that celebrates the Decades in a most elegant way. Charlie's inspiration for each of the six dresses came from her years of sourcing vintage wedding dress styles and combining her favorite fashion intricacies of each decade- from the 1920's through the 1970's.


        


               The 1920's


    With the 1920's came a pinnacle point in history, when overly formal garments were cast aside and fashion entered the modern front.  The relaxed construction, low-slung waist, and plunging neckline of this gown is a sophisticated take on the accessible flapper fashion of the decade.  A headband worn on the forehead is a simple way to replicate 1920's style, and a chic alternative to traditional headpieces.



    The 1930's                       


    The decade of the 1930's saw a resurgence in feminine silhouettes and has often been characterized as the decade of glamour.  Gowns made with material cut on the bias created lustrous folds of fabric that draped the body. This gown flatters curves with a high waistband, cross over bodice, and crepe satin fabric cut on the bias in true 1930's fashion.



                                 The 1940's


    Dominated by World War II, the 1940's most notably emphasized classic styles and creative sleeving in women's fashion.  The clean, fluid lines of this timeless gown feature a charming cowl neckline and lace sleeves.  The end of war-time rationing at the close of the decade gave rise to fuller skirts and the New Look that carried on into the 1950's.



                                                             The 1950's


    It was nipped waists and full calf-length skirts abound during the Baby Boom of the 1950's.  The look came from Paris and was almost entirely credited to Christian Dior.  Garments of the decade featured abundance in decorative detailing and luxurious layers of fabric.  But what would a 1950's inspired wedding be without a signature birdcage veil?



                                  The 1960's


    Formal fashion in the early 1960's was in large part influenced by first lady, Jackie O.  The look was graceful, featuring slim-fitting sleeveless sheaths and opera length gloves.  As the decade progressed and the hippie movement grew,  A-line dresses with organically flowing sleeves, watteau trains, and head wreaths of real flowers epitomized the style of the decade.  This dress captures the timeless, chic 1960's with a boat neck and empire waist.



                                  The 1970's


    Fashion in the 1970's can best be described as self-expressive and romantic.  Nothing was off-limits; patterned fabrics and the innovative styling of necklines and embellishments gained popularity.  Here, Charlie frames the body with a freely billowing chiffon skirt, perfect for an outdoor summer wedding.


     


    If you're a vintage-inspired bride, what decade speaks most to you?  Infusing your wedding with vintage style not only embodies the fashion of the decade, but can also reflect the ideals of the time.


     


    Note: All dresses featured above are exclusive to the London showroom.

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  • Dress


    Calvin Klein Empire Satin Gown - $218


    Veil


    Full Side Blusher Birdcage Veil with Detachable Ivory Feather Flower with Fresh Water Pearls Center Fascinator - $77


    Bracelet


    Pearl-cluster bracelet - $78


    Earrings


    Givenchy Glass Pearl (10mm) Earrings - $26


    Shoes


    Sexy RSVP Pump - $15.53


    Shoe Clips


    Melina shoe clips - $25


     


    TOTAL AMOUNT SPENT: $ 439.53



     

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  • I have been hard at work to create a Free Download for all of you Chic Budget Brides out there!! Without further ado, here is our very first Inspire The Bride custom designed Invitation Suite - ENJOY!


    Click to Download ITB Invitation Suite + For More Free Templates visit Inspire The Bride


     

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  • Coral is a perfect color for a Spring or Summer wedding!  A short dress and bubble veil make this pefect for an infomal wedding, no matter if it's a garden affair with a huge guest list or just an intimate celebration for two.



    Veil $48     Velvet Owl on Etsy.com


    Hair Flower $14   Nezoshop on Etsy.com


    Necklace $68    Aphrodite888 on Etsy.com


    Bracelet $29.99    White Aisle


    Earrings $44.99    Kohl's


    Sweater $14.80  Forever 21


    Shoes $62.27   6pm.com


    Dress $149  Bari Jay at PromGirl.com


     

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    I made these pie pops today after reading Assaba's Post: 


    http://www.projectwedding.com/post/list/diy-wedding-favors-pie-pops-as-opposed-to-lollipops


    I did not follow the instructions listed on the website, instead I did it the "Semi Homemade" Way...



    I used Pie Crust in a box!!! :)



    Cookie Lollipop Sticks, 1 egg white, Dough Chilled, and Jelly Jar to cut into circles



    Used a fruit filler...too lazy to make my own






    450 degrees for about 8 minutes or untill golden brown, I forgot to mention I brushed on egg whites for that shiny look



    Ta-Dah!!!  Pie Pops in about 45 minutes


    If you like the little "Homemade with Love" tag you can find the template here:


    http://www.eatdrinkchic.com/post.cfm/diy-home-made-jam-packaging-free-labels


     

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    I read project wedding everyday, and love reading about everybody's weddings!  I often come across people ranting about their bridesmaids, mothers in law, how they can't have a certain something at their wedding because it costs too much.


    I find myself getting caught up in it, thinking, I wish I had this, or I can't believe so-and-so.  But then I remember it's all crazy.  My fiance and I are skipping a lot of things- we are paying for our own wedding, and last year I was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which requires MRI's every three months (and those suckers are EXPENSIVE).  We're also looking at surgery pretty soon after the wedding, which is another huge expense.  Needless to say, the limited funds we have are NOT going to the wedding.  I'm not writing this for sympathy, but because this whole ordeal has reminded me what is important in life, and what's not.


    Weddings are consuming, they take a lot of time, planning, thought, and money.  But, it's important to remember it's just a day, and the stress is not worth it.   Afterall, a good wedding does not necessarily make a good marriage.


    I wish EVERYONE has the wedding of their dreams, and that they have wonderful, beautiful lives filled with supportive people- and to keep things in perspective.


     


    I wish the BEST for you!! You are so right..


     


    Thank you for posting this. It's a great reminder!   I hope you are feeling ok & wish you the best too!


     


    Great post!! I'm sorry for what you have to go through!


     


    Thanks for posting.  Here is another post from a while back that was also very nice that I find myself going back to and re-reading to keep me "grounded" as I plan my low-budget but high-love wedding.


    http://www.projectwedding.com/post/list/what-a-wedding-is-all-about


    From 2000 Dollar Wedding bride, Sara


    Dearest Bride-to-Be:

    The 12-18 months of wedding planning will pass in a matter of hours or days. When it’s all said and done, the photos will be the primary artifact remaining.


    My wish for you—when you look back at those photos—is for you to think:


    Look at how relaxed I was. Fully present in the moment. Basking in it. Soaking it in. I was not saturated in stress.





    My shoes and dress were comfortable enough for dancing. My beauty radiated out of me; it was not applied to me.





    I got to spend quality time with my friends and family. I was myself, not a show. In fact, I was my fullest expression of self.





    I do not remember whether the invitations were letterpress or whether the flowers at the ceremony were the same ones at the reception.





    The wedding favors or the fanciness of the food did not make memories. The sincerity did. The connection did. The time together did.





    It did not matter whether every last detail conformed to the signature colors. Instead of saying, “What a beautiful bouquet,” the guests said, “What a beautiful love.”


    This is my wish to you, dear brides, as you pore over wedding magazines and read daily blogs. Some of it matters. Most of it does not. Casting your net in the wrong direction will most surely mean you miss the things you most dearly want to catch.


    May your wedding be just one sincere, authentic, happiest day in a long line of many.


    This is my wish to you.


    All my best,


    Sara


     


    you are absolutely right. thanks for posting this. i wish you the best of luck in your tests and getting your health back on track!


     


    Oh honey, I hope everything goes well!  It is all perspective, 100%!  I am so lucky that my FI and I can have the wedding that we are having, and I should focus on that instead of worrying about all of the details!  *Hugs*


     


    Thanks for posting. I wish you the best too!


     


    You are so totally right.  My wedding was small and fun and exactly what we wanted (and very little stress).  Big or small wedding, it should be about the couple and their commitment to each other.


    I wish you all the best and I hope you, too, get to have the wedding of your dreams. 


     


    beautiful post tkeith... way to put all our rants and fussing and complaints in check! youre absolutely right... its "just one day" and at the end of it all, the ultimate goal will be reached. we are all marrying our bestfriend. i wish you all the best and again, thank you for this!


     


    You're absolutely right.  I wish you all the best and pray for healing for you.


     


    thank you for posting this  :)


     


    Thanks for the great post!!  All the best to you ((hugs))


     


    so true...good health to you


     


    wow. This is an amazing post...definitely going to be saving this one. Thank for your words of wisdom and the reminder that so many of us needed to hear. I too get caught up in wedding planning, and drown myself in details to keep myself occupied until my FH is safely home from deployment. I need to just remember that the most important thing is that he makes it home, and that we are married.


     


    I hope that your life brings you all you deserve. I can't imagine how difficult it would be to find out I had a brain tumor....and for your strength and courage, I respect the hell out of you!!! My prayers will be with you, but more so, my appreciation for you words and insight will be carried with me through the remainder of my planning!! Thank you so much!


     


    Thanks for posting this.  What a great reminder.  I will remember this when I'm worrying about centerpieces and stressing about invitations.




    Thank you for reminding us all. This was a great post. I wish you all the best!!


    Thank you!! :)


     


    Thank you :) God definitely answers prayers and knows what you need when you need it! I just wrote my post "no honeymoon" and was feeling really down about it. Thank you for making me see how silly I was being. 

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  • by joe | 1 comment
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  • Wedding Reception Venues:

    Couples planning a wedding may decide to have the ceremony in one place and the reception somewhere else - this is a particularly common choice then the ceremony takes place at a house of worship, where there might not be an appropriate place for a reception - so looking at wedding reception venues is high on the "to do" list.


     


    Wedding reception venues - the options:

    Wedding reception venues might be all-in-one facilities that offer packages that include everything associated with the celebration, historic buildings where the celebrants are responsible for catering and décor or empty rental spaces that leave everything else up to the couple (and a wedding planner, if one is hired) to decide - most often, though, couples select wedding reception venues which offer something in between. It's convenient and reassuring to know that many of the details are being taken care of by someone else - but at the same time, most couples want to be able to have input into the planning of their wedding reception.


    The kind of reception a couple is having will determine their choice of wedding reception venues. For a casual afternoon affair, a local restaurant or community center might be among the wedding reception venues being considered. For a larger nighttime celebration, hotels and banquet halls are wedding reception venues that are more likely to provide everything that goes into a fun and festive reception - enough space to sit and dance comfortably, catering staff, etc.


     


    Wedding reception venues - things to consider

    The specific of the wedding reception venues themselves often play an important role - for example, a private room in a restaurant where there are also other patrons might not allow loud music. Consider a variety of wedding reception venues to ensure that the space will work well for the kind of party the bride and groom want for their once-in-a-lifetime event.


    When looking at different wedding reception venues, talk to the management staff about visiting while a reception is taking place there - this is a great opportunity to see how the space works when it's full of people (and also to taste the food!) and a terrific way to compare different wedding reception venues. Pay attention to how the spaces are decorated, how many people are there, how comfortable the seating layout looks. Empty wedding reception venues might look big enough to hold everything and everyone, but that quickly changes when tables, chairs, decorations and a room full of people are added!


    Another thing to take into account when looking at wedding reception venues is whether or not guests will be coming in from out of town. If this is the case, hotels might be particularly good choices for wedding reception venues, as this gives visiting guests a convenient place to stay ... and no need to drive after a night of partying! When considering hotels as potential wedding reception venues, be sure to ask about discount rates if a block of rooms is being reserved. Also, hotels often offer free or upgraded wedding night accommodations for the bride and groom when their facilities are used as wedding reception venues or to host out-of-town guests.


    Images courtesy: Geoff White photographers

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  • Give me the Food Artist: Miss Platnum Album: The Sweetest Hangover Description Not Provided Lyrics You know, people always say
    "Women should be thin, they should be on diet"
    But I don't care - I just enjoy eating!

    I like my coffee with a lot of cream
    I like to eat late at night
    I like scrambled eggs after a sweet dream
    I like potatoes, deep fried
    I like some sugar in my lemonade
    I like chicken wings and steak
    I like thick cheesecake, but homemade
    I like a long lasting lunch break!

    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!

    Some girls may think
    "This chick's a little big"
    Slim girls don't understand but I don't care.
    Some guys may say
    "It's her curves that I didn't urged"
    They like the tight pants that I wear.
    I am romanian, I love to eat
    It's in my genes, I can't control.
    Look at my carnation
    'cause this bottles can't compete.
    I am a woman - no skinny doll!

    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!

    You know, people say
    "Women should only eat yogurt and strawberries"
    Ha ha ha ha, they say a lot of things,
    but you know,
    I don't care what people say 'bout my weight!
    So if you want to take me out for a date,
    make sure that this big love don't food on my weight
    and maybe I let you get a taste of my cake!

    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me!
    Give me the food, I said give me food!
    Give me no fruit if you love me! Video

    Video:

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  • Project Wedding member Lingy had a whimsical hand-tied bouquet of delicate White Hydrangeas, Gardenias, Bouvardias, and Green Jasmine Vine.


     


    Photo Credits: Jerry Yoon Photography


    Floral Credits:  Floral Design Studio






     

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  • The current trend in vintage style brings a timeless quality to the necklines, silhouettes, and  embellishments of days past.  In fact, renowned fashion stylist and creative director of The Vintage Wedding Dress Company, Charlie Brear, has created a collection that celebrates the Decades in a most elegant way. Charlie's inspiration for each of the six dresses came from her years of sourcing vintage wedding dress styles and combining her favorite fashion intricacies of each decade- from the 1920's through the 1970's.


        


               The 1920's


    With the 1920's came a pinnacle point in history, when overly formal garments were cast aside and fashion entered the modern front.  The relaxed construction, low-slung waist, and plunging neckline of this gown is a sophisticated take on the accessible flapper fashion of the decade.  A headband worn on the forehead is a simple way to replicate 1920's style, and a chic alternative to traditional headpieces.



    The 1930's                       


    The decade of the 1930's saw a resurgence in feminine silhouettes and has often been characterized as the decade of glamour.  Gowns made with material cut on the bias created lustrous folds of fabric that draped the body. This gown flatters curves with a high waistband, cross over bodice, and crepe satin fabric cut on the bias in true 1930's fashion.



                                 The 1940's


    Dominated by World War II, the 1940's most notably emphasized classic styles and creative sleeving in women's fashion.  The clean, fluid lines of this timeless gown feature a charming cowl neckline and lace sleeves.  The end of war-time rationing at the close of the decade gave rise to fuller skirts and the New Look that carried on into the 1950's.



                                                             The 1950's


    It was nipped waists and full calf-length skirts abound during the Baby Boom of the 1950's.  The look came from Paris and was almost entirely credited to Christian Dior.  Garments of the decade featured abundance in decorative detailing and luxurious layers of fabric.  But what would a 1950's inspired wedding be without a signature birdcage veil?



                                  The 1960's


    Formal fashion in the early 1960's was in large part influenced by first lady, Jackie O.  The look was graceful, featuring slim-fitting sleeveless sheaths and opera length gloves.  As the decade progressed and the hippie movement grew,  A-line dresses with organically flowing sleeves, watteau trains, and head wreaths of real flowers epitomized the style of the decade.  This dress captures the timeless, chic 1960's with a boat neck and empire waist.



                                  The 1970's


    Fashion in the 1970's can best be described as self-expressive and romantic.  Nothing was off-limits; patterned fabrics and the innovative styling of necklines and embellishments gained popularity.  Here, Charlie frames the body with a freely billowing chiffon skirt, perfect for an outdoor summer wedding.


     


    If you're a vintage-inspired bride, what decade speaks most to you?  Infusing your wedding with vintage style not only embodies the fashion of the decade, but can also reflect the ideals of the time.


     


    Note: All dresses featured above are exclusive to the London showroom.

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  • Dress


    Calvin Klein Empire Satin Gown - $218


    Veil


    Full Side Blusher Birdcage Veil with Detachable Ivory Feather Flower with Fresh Water Pearls Center Fascinator - $77


    Bracelet


    Pearl-cluster bracelet - $78


    Earrings


    Givenchy Glass Pearl (10mm) Earrings - $26


    Shoes


    Sexy RSVP Pump - $15.53


    Shoe Clips


    Melina shoe clips - $25


     


    TOTAL AMOUNT SPENT: $ 439.53



     

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  • I have been hard at work to create a Free Download for all of you Chic Budget Brides out there!! Without further ado, here is our very first Inspire The Bride custom designed Invitation Suite - ENJOY!


    Click to Download ITB Invitation Suite + For More Free Templates visit Inspire The Bride


     

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  • Coral is a perfect color for a Spring or Summer wedding!  A short dress and bubble veil make this pefect for an infomal wedding, no matter if it's a garden affair with a huge guest list or just an intimate celebration for two.



    Veil $48     Velvet Owl on Etsy.com


    Hair Flower $14   Nezoshop on Etsy.com


    Necklace $68    Aphrodite888 on Etsy.com


    Bracelet $29.99    White Aisle


    Earrings $44.99    Kohl's


    Sweater $14.80  Forever 21


    Shoes $62.27   6pm.com


    Dress $149  Bari Jay at PromGirl.com


     

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    I made these pie pops today after reading Assaba's Post: 


    http://www.projectwedding.com/post/list/diy-wedding-favors-pie-pops-as-opposed-to-lollipops


    I did not follow the instructions listed on the website, instead I did it the "Semi Homemade" Way...



    I used Pie Crust in a box!!! :)



    Cookie Lollipop Sticks, 1 egg white, Dough Chilled, and Jelly Jar to cut into circles



    Used a fruit filler...too lazy to make my own






    450 degrees for about 8 minutes or untill golden brown, I forgot to mention I brushed on egg whites for that shiny look



    Ta-Dah!!!  Pie Pops in about 45 minutes


    If you like the little "Homemade with Love" tag you can find the template here:


    http://www.eatdrinkchic.com/post.cfm/diy-home-made-jam-packaging-free-labels


     

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