We are used to their striking headdresses and fabulous guest designs, but this time Ana and Lucia, the Cherubina sisters, surprise us with their first collection of brides.Read More
The bride Carolina Herrera is romantic and feminine, at the same time daring, as she bets for a touch of color. The 2018 collection is made up of classic silhouettes inspired by a fantasy garden, combined with risky bets. The result is the perfect creations for a girlfriend with personality that wants to look different.Read More
The question has been popped, and now it’s time to start planning your dream wedding. For most brides, this begins with the wedding dress, but with such a huge range available, what style do you go for? Let’s take a look at the perfect dress for your shape.
If you have what can sometimes be called a sporty body type, in which your bust and hips are in line, defining your waist is a great option. Go for v-necks and detailing around the top half and avoid strapless, which will make your shoulders look bigger.
If your hips are wider than your bust, opt for dresses with sleeves or details on the shoulder area to help balance your small shoulders with your hips. Empire line dresses will make you look larger than you are, so it is best to avoid these.
It is everyone’s dream that one day they will have a perfect wedding. When this time comes, our focus shifts to our dream wedding. However, modern weddings have become expensive and grand. A wedding budget includes food, decoration, venue, transport, clothing, accommodation and the list goes on and on. Unlike other weddings, Indian weddings are characterised by a high number of invited guests and many different types of foods. A modern Indian wedding is therefore not affordable for many people. So, here are some tips to reduce the cost of your Indian wedding. Let’s look at areas where you can save on wedding costs.
Any wedding is perceived to be a success based on the quality of food served...Read More
For the day of “soft” hair, collected, loose or twisted to create a romantic wedding look and let it be wrapped in a fairy-tale atmosphere. A selection of wedding hairstyles to make your wedding exactly as you always dreamed of, in every detail.Read More
Wedding preparations are exciting, with dreams of a perfect day and a new life – but they can be stressful and full of challenges as well; there seems to be so much to do, and often too little time to do it in. Some decisions might be straightforward, others might be agonisingly difficult, and all this needs to be done within a certain time frame and within a set budget.
One key arrangement to make is to hire the perfect wedding photographer – and unlike choosing the venue (which can be visited), the menu (which can be tasted) or the flowers (which can be seen and smelled), choosing the photographer requires taking different steps. Here’s your all-important guide to choosing the ideal wedding photographer for your big day.
Professional photographers go through training and...Read More
Juan Carlos Fernández and Antonio Burillo, better known as The 2nd Skin Co., have created their first bridal collection. Despite being a line of brides, the essence and the iconic and classic silhouettes of the brand are present in each of the designs, creations that are groundbreaking, original and perfect for being a bride who makes a difference and who runs away from the habitual.Read More
Hairstyle is an important detail for a bride, but becomes even more beautiful if decorated with flowers … What do you choose to make the hairstyle perfect?
Flowers and weddings are a perfect match, not just with regard to fittings : the flowers can add a refined and lively touch to every detail of the ceremony, even at the bridal hairstyle. But what flowers do you choose to complete your look? Much depends also on the style and personality of the bride!Read More
The new Rosa Clará 2018 collection is undoubtedly the sexiest of the firm. Vaporized wedding dresses that define an evocative and romantic proposal, in which necklines and transparencies dominate, very sophisticated designs full of details, marked silhouettes, with superposition of fabrics and loaded with applications and embroidery by hand.Read More
A huge shift looks likely next year, with wedding budgets set to fall for the first time in 10 years.
Wedding budgets have been going up for the last decade, with millennial and generation X-ers embracing tradition and splurging on friends and family to put on the biggest of big days; in fact, by the start of 2017, the average wedding budget in the UK was almost £27,000. The last few months of 2017 have already seen a downturn in this amount, with couples tightening their purse strings for the first time in a decade. The survey, which was carried out by online services provider Bidvine, collected data from over 2,000 wedding services companies, such as caterers and photographers.
Why are weddings so expensive?
One of the reasons wedding budgets have gone up does not necessa...