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Wear your original wedding dress unapologetically

We may all have different taste, but some of us like things to be extra unique. You don’t have to go to the extreme to side-step the cliché wedding dress trends! With Maggie Sottero’s wedding dresses, elegance and eccentric taste become one in the same.

How Boho & Classy Met

Wedding dress star of the month   Lace has always been famous for its versatility, so it’s no surprise that it has yet again given international designers the opportunity to come up with something new. In fact, this time, famous designer Maggie Sottero has gone as far as designing this unique dress that puts simplicity … Read moreHow Boho & Classy Met

Vintage Versus Retro Wedding Dresses

Let’s think about the evolution of wedding dresses: A hundred years ago, your wedding dress covered you from head to toe and your bouquet was 40cm in diameter. Some thirty years later, the style became more refined and plain silk was the way to go. Fast forward to the eighties where huge puffed sleeves, dramatic … Read moreVintage Versus Retro Wedding Dresses

5 ways to break the ‘we are engaged’ news

People shouldn’t only rely on Facebook to share big life events. Using Social media is a great way to spread word and receive applause but it shouldn’t be your first and only creative effort. Here are 5 cool ways for brides to break the news of engagement to close friends and family:

Justin Alexander Form Fitting Versus Ball Gown Wedding Dresses

Justin Alexander wedding dresses present classic romance and glamour with their unique, intricate designs. You can see that a lot of detail has been embedding into the design of the dresses. From lace appliques and head-turning trains to embroidered bodies, the dresses are showered with absolute elegance and beauty.

Low-Key Ways to bring Different Traditions into Your Wedding Dress look

Have you ever wondered what it must be like to get married in a different country? Just imagine the cultural experience of a wedding in Spain, Jamaica or Greece. Alas, you need your family and friends by your side when you tie the knot, so staying inland is definitely the better option.