We love the growing tradition of “getting ready” robes. Not only are they wonderful (and incredibly practical) bridesmaids gifts, but they create stunning and memorable pre-wedding photos as well. We are completely swooning over these stunning garden-inspired kimono robes that we found on Plum Pretty Sugar. We can’t get enough of the intricate floral details and lovely petal hues. Which design would you choose?
If this week’s Great Gatsby wedding inspiration has made your heart flutter, then be prepared for even more elegance. With the roaring 1920′s fashion making a sparkling comeback, especially in weddings, we couldn’t help but share a few of our favorite fashion inspirations. From glittering gowns, ornately beaded handbags, cherry stained lips to speak-easy inspired head pieces, this sophisticated look is perfectly glamorous, timeless and memorable. We love how this style encourages the bride and groom to wear special vintage pieces passed down in their family, incorporating the “something borrowed” element into the entire wedding!
If this week’s dreamy hue, Grayed Jade has captured your heart, why not incorporate it into your wedding look. We came across these seafoam Badgley Mischkas and just had to share. Wouldn’t they look just stunning peeking out from under your dress?
Because we just can’t get enough of this rich jewel tone, here is some stylish inspiration for the Pantone Color of the Year, Emerald. We’re dying over this gorgeous shot by The Sartorialist of a stunning emerald green gown from the Gucci Spring/Summer 2013 collection.
We’re always fans of adding a pop of color under your wedding dress with dazzling shoes. Our pick for Sunflower yellow heels that are feminine with just the right amount of glimmer, are these darling Bow-Topped Slingbacks from BHLDN.
In keeping with all things Monaco Blue this week, we had to share this opulent pendant necklace by Lanvin. The deep blue, oversized jewel and intricate crystals make this necklace the show-stopping piece that will take your bridal look from pretty, to glamorous.
Light and airy Rose Smoke is a muted blush shade that can be dressed up or down for your wedding look. Feminine, but more sophisticated than your average pink, this demure hue would be a stunning option if you’re considering a non-white wedding gown. From ruffled and glamorous gowns to layered tulle dresses, we love the romantic flair of the bridal looks below.