Using sparklers at your wedding is becoming an increasingly popular trend. Couple are leaving the rice and birdseed behind in favor of more environmentally conscious alternatives like bubbles and sparklers (which are a great way to celebrate the “spark” between the newlyweds!). When you think of sparklers, you probably think of Fourth of July and celebrating America when you were a kid, but why not bring that sense of fun and excitement to one of the most important days of your life? They also make for some fun photographs!
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Tradition states that it’s bad luck for the bride and groom to see each other before the wedding, but many modern couples actually use the time before the wedding to snap some photos together before their guests even arrive.
Do you still think it’s bad luck for the groom to see the bride before she starts her walk down the aisle? How do you fit in photos without seeing each other before the ceremony? Rant or rave about it!
Walking down the aisle in a stunning pair of stilettos would get a little tricky if your aisle was made of sand. Luckily, there are plenty of chic shoe options available to beachside brides, from designer sandals to ballet flats. Here are a few of our favorite bridal footwear options for beach weddings:
With a looping bow and sweet bridal white color, this Valentino sandal makes the perfect beachy bridal shoe.
Bejeweled Flip Flops
Add some sparkle and even a hint of color to your look with these lovely jeweled sandals.
From ballet slippers to lacy slip-ons, these gorgeous flats featured on Kiss the Groom offer a unique twist to traditional beach wedding style.
When it comes to everyday fashion, I’m a huge fan of understated elegance. But when it comes to your wedding day, a little bit of pizzazz is called for. That’s why I love bridal couture—with it’s bold shapes, fanciful charm and divine details, it’s hard not to feel inspired by such gorgeous gowns!
I love how these Colleen Quen gowns use a blend of classic silhouettes with details that grab your attention without upstaging the bride.
If you choose not to wear a traditional veil, there are still a variety of ways to extend your chic bridal look from head to toe. These delicate hair accessories from Twigs and Honey and Bonbon Oiseau are sweet, romantic and full of fun style.
I’ve been battling a horrible cold for the last week, complete with a loud, hacking cough that I’m pretty sure has driven my entire office insane. Luckily, it’s just a normal week for me and I don’t have any special events coming up, so I can take my time healing.
I wasn’t so lucky in this department around my wedding. About a month before, I caught yet another horrible cold that resulted in bronchitis and laryngitis–and it reached its peak on my bachelorette party weekend! Needless to say, the old trick of downing whiskey for a sore throat has never been so welcome. I powered through the weekend, and now, my illness is just a vague memory compared to the fun I had. I’m just thankful that I wasn’t plagued with on my actual wedding day.
Sadly, with the stress and craziness leading up to the day of your wedding, it has to be a reality for some brides. What would you do if you were sick on your wedding day? Is there anyone out there that powered through illness on the day of your wedding?