Who doesn't love a new pair of shoes?
There's something about a stiletto that makes a woman feel powerful and causes men to swoon, and even the right flat can make you feel like you're walking on sunshine.
Kick up your heels and grab a pair of these great styles in neutral colors that will keep the focus on your wedding dress and still make you feel fabulous!
Clockwise, from l.: 1. Flounce 'Jules' 2. Lucky Brand 'Riedel' 3. Charles by Charles David 'Tangy' Sandal
"Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue." Welcome to our series on making this ever-popular tradition work for your modern wedding. We've covered something old and something new. Today's post:
Photos, clockwise from top left, by Art Pinney Photography, Joe and Patience and Geri DeZarn Photography.
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"Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue." We love the sweetness and simplicity of this tradition, and we have been sharing some of our favorite ideas with you.
This is one of our favorite elements of the tradition, because it represents something that your wedding is all about - optimism for the future.
Photo by Joe and Patience Photography
We love Do-It-Yourself projects.
They are a cheap and easy way to dress up your wedding day with just a little bit of elbow grease. One of the trends we love right now is dressing up old bottles and jars with rope or ribbon, and we decided to give it a go ourselves. We took some old wine bottles from sleek to shabby chic with just a little yarn.
Go ahead, try it. You'll fall in love!
There's nothing sweeter than the moment a groom sees his wife-to-be on their wedding day. It's even better if it happens pre-ceremony when the couple can sneak away and share that special moment by themselves.
Talk to your photographer and ask them for a "first look" photo like the one below. They can help you tweak your wedding day timeline to make room for an enchanting encounter. We promise you won't regret it!
Photo by Courtney Bowlden Photography