This dress featured over on The Bride’s Cafe is so beautiful it gives me goose pimples. Designed by NSW based Hanna Couture.
Photo credit: Sugar Love Weddings
This morning I’m inspired by the beautiful simplicity of these effortless gowns from the Amsdale Spring 2010 collection:
Photo credit: Martha Stewart Weddings
Over the last couple of days one of my all-time favorite wedding blogs The Bride’s Cafe, has featured two gorgeous brides in the same to-die-for Vera Wang gown. It’s amazing how such different looks can be achieved from one dress!
Be sure to head over the TBC to read more about these beautiful weddings.
I adore the bridesmaid’s dresses from this wedding featured over at SMP last week. Letting your girls choose different dresses within a colour palette is a great way of achieving happy, confident and therefore extra-beautiful bridesmaids.
Photo credit: Aaron Delesie
At the moment, I’m all about frills and layers. This morning I’ve been clearing out some of my filing cabinet and came across the Spring/Summer 2008 Look Book for Temperley (I know, I know slightly behind the times). There I found this dress:
Be still my beating heart! I love the belt (though for a bride I wouldn’t use this exact belt) and the blush pink makes we swoon.
Whilst I was there I had a quick look through the bridal collection too and I found this.
More layers and to top it off a sash! Just lovely.
Beautiful, beautiful dresses from Vineyard at Priscilla of Boston:
There seems to be a bit of confusion between websites whether these are from the 08 or 09 collection but either way they’re beautiful.
I love Monsoon and their uber delicate, feminine designs. They do a great range of affordable but beautiful dresses and I think it would be just about possible to dress all of your female bridal party from the one store.
For a flower girl I love this sweet headband and matching dress:
Bridesmaid wise I think this sophisticated number is perfect for a sleek urban affair:
Whilst for the Mother of the Bride, I think this evening gown is perfect: