Thursday, May 31, 2012
As well as his passion for bridal gowns, Ian also designs striking mother of the bride dresses that ooze grace and exude feminine charm. Ian’s flattering cuts and tasteful styling have propelled him to well-deserved fame as one of the world’s best mother of the bride dress designers.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
The Dresses and Ring
Elizabeth Fillmore included these gorgeous designs in her 2012 collections.
Left: Keshett cushion cut and round brilliant cut ring. Right: Bill Hicks Jewellery Design engagement rings.
Hair and Makeup, the Bridesmaids
The look on the left highlights winged eyeliner, candy cheeks and pastel-pink lips. These are all features of 1960's style. The hair style on the right, epitomised by Marilyn Monroe is all about high glamour and femininity.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Short Bridesmaid Hairstyles
The short hairstyle is much easier to accomplish because there is little to work with and still make all sections beautiful. If however you do have about 3 inches long hair you can decide on a vintage finger waved hairstyle, because they are elegant, classic and elegant at the same time.
Medium Bridesmaid Hairstyles
For medium hair the styling opportunities slightly increase, allowing you to be a little bit more creative. You can go for simple straight, wavy or curly hairstyles. You can opt for a half up/half down hairstyle or create a classic bun or loose updo hairstyle.
Long Bridesmaid Hairstyles
Long hairstyles are the most versatile hairstyles of all three types, but they are also the highest maintenance. This look might not be the best suited for your particular facial type so be sure to look for bridesmaids hairstyles that do. It is recommended to wear simple yet elegant hairstyles like a classic ballerina bun or chignon hairstyle.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Shoes are a must have accessory for any wedding, but it’s definitely something that gets lost and not always noticed by guests, so for memory purposes, great shots of shoes can be a stunning photo.
There are so many types of shoes available now-a-days from strapless to pumps to boots to stilettos to gladiators to sandals to takkies to sneakers...
Shoes are also a creative and fun way to show off your personality. If you are a sporty person, go for a funky sneaker or takkie shoe.
Cute meets comfy in a gorgeous pair of sneakers.Not only will you have guests talking, but a good pair of sneakers will ensure that you are comfortable as you mingle, dance and pose the night (or day) away.
The key is to find someone that can create a unique pair of sneakers for your wedding day if you do not trust your own craft skills. Paint them and embellish them with beads, lace, sequins, ribbons and buttons in one or more colours. If you want to be different but don’t want to negotiate on a traditional white gown, sneakers are a great way of having something unique and memorable that does not dominate your entire outfit.