Photography: Caroline + Ben Photography
The PERFECT wedding shoes!
Photography: Katherine Salvatori Photography
This 1920’s inspired wedding dress and veil are simply stunning! The bride was designed by the bride, herself, and made by Rosalia of Tendencias. The bride also decided to make her something old, her wedding shoes. She wore her mother’s wedding shoes. Great idea!
Wedding Photography: Marina Locke Photography
Hair: The Hair Pair
Makeup: Flawless Beauty
With the summer time soon approaching, there are many brides who chose 4th of July weekend as their wedding date. Aren’t these cake pops great? Want to make them on your own? Here’s the recipe.
Summer Wedding Hair Trends are very romantic this season with tousled curls, loose buns, and romantic waves. Want beach waves? The perfect way to accessorize is by using flowers or simple head pieces.
Photographer: Visionyard Photography
Hair Stylist: Park Avenue Blow Dry and Beauty Bar
Make-Up: Kensington Makeup Artists
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Harriet Wilde is a British independent footwear label, established in 2008 by the designer Ruth Shaw.
When she was looking for shoes for her own wedding she found the task of buying shoes from “the wedding world” quite daunting – and even depressing. Having always bought designer or unique and mainly vintage finds she was suddenly faced with the idea that she would have to compromise her style. Why can’t wedding shoes be beautiful and stylish? Ruth thinks they should be so she set about establishing a luxury contemporary brand of shoes, with a vintage feel that would not make any compromise on style.
The cake’s exterior was modeled after a wedding dress, but inside it was all about flavor: chai batter with hazelnut filling, and chocolate with Baileys liqueur.
Cake designed by Jeanne Kalman of The Well Dressed Cake
Fondant or Buttercream? What is the difference? So many brides have asked my opinion on the great debate. Fondant is very easy to mold into different shapes, but the taste isn’t particularly great. Buttercream is deliciously sinful, but can be messy.
When going to your baker, most of them will tell you that if you want a whimsical or extravagant cake, fondant may be the way to go. Logistically, it is a lot easier to mold, BUT most cakes can be reproduced with buttercream frosting. Most cakes have buttercream underneath the fondant for the fondant to stay in place.
Ultimately, the choice is up to the bride and groom. What are you looking for? Romantic, whimsical, simple? Make sure you go for tastings. They are SO important!
Photo by Cynthia Brown Studio