Looking for a stylish wedding gown with short lace sleeves? We have found one you’re going to love! But first, are you on the list? If not, you’re missing out!
This season, we’re seeing some refreshing new bridal gown trends. There’s low back, v-necks, sheer necklines, and this stunning dress style, just to name a few. And while long sleeves has been a trending topic for some time, it seems short lace sleeves — especially crush-worthy delicate French lace ones – is the forerunner this season.
This wedding gown with short lace sleeves was spotted at Flora and Lane and there’s a healthy mix of ultra-gorgeous details in this one. We spy a lightweight bohemian-inspired gown with french lace capped sleeves, a v-shape neckline and a tulle-layered skirt made with soft organic silk. Take a look:
We are continuing with the wedding sign-spiration today with a brand new giveaway! And oh, you’re going to love this one! We’ve teamed up with Company Forty Two (one of their signs was featured in our bride and groom chair signs feature earlier today!) to offer Mr and Mrs signs to one lucky reader! This signage is perfect for your wedding reception decor and, instead of hanging on the back of a chair, these signs are free-standing. This is perfect for a sweetheart table, head table, or as decor for your cake table. Enter for a chance to win below!
Mr and Mrs Signs → Giveaway!
For these signs, the winner can choose whether they are sanded and stained like the photo above, or painted in their choice of color (see color choices below).
Here’s the full scoop:
o Enter between 4/13/15-4/19/15 (11:59pm EST). o Prize: Mr and Mrs Signs from Company Forty Two o Winner has 72 hours to respond to winning email or new winner will be selected o No purchase necessary o FREE Shipping included to U.S. and Canada o Winner has 1 year to claim prize o Prize value: $65 | No cash value o Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win o Use entry form below to enter
Looking for wedding chair signs for your big day? You’ve come to the right place! This is a HUGE roundup of decorative handmade chair signs we know you’ll love. But don’t let the fun stop there: subscribe + stay in the loop!
Move over, boring chairs: it’s time for fun, totally creative wedding chair signs to take center stage! It’s Monday and we know you need a serious kick in the you-know-what for inspiration. You’ve been lazying around watching Netflix all weekend, no? Well it’s time to get serious and start crossing more to-do’s from your list. Today we’re talking about bride and groom chair signs and unique chair sign ideas. Today’s round up of (count ‘em!) forty-two amazing ideas are sure to get those creative juices flowing. Ready to get started? Let’s go!
Wedding Chair Signs
1. These gold bride and groom chair signs for mod couples
Have you dreamed of a destination wedding in Italy? If so, you’ll love today’s Real Wedding feature! One of our preferred Bridal Book vendors is Venice Events, a wedding planning team that is an expert in the area. They recently coordinated Tricia and Mark’s Real Wedding in Italy and today we’re showing a few shots from their ceremony and reception by photographer Adrian Wood.
Tricia and Mark’s wedding was held at Bauer Palladio on Giudecca Island, which is located in the Venice lagoon in Italy. A few raindrops made their way into the ceremony, but it didn’t stop the couple (and their guests) from having a perfect day from start to finish. The couple chose a religious ceremony outdoors celebrated by a priest, who, according to the wedding planner, was a wonderful celebrant and made guests laugh. The wedding reception lasted from sunset into the wee hours of the night, with an elegant dinner, dancing, and a jazz group thoroughly enjoyed by guests. And, during the ceremony, a white rabbit hopped into the area which was quite unusual to see. We looked it up and apparently a white rabbit is a sign of good luck, so we think that’s pretty wonderful to see for the happy couple. We wish Tricia and Mark a wonderful marriage together! Enjoy a sneak peek into their Real Wedding in Italy, below.
If you’re planning a Real Wedding in Italy and looking for a wedding coordinator, contact Venice Events, Preferred Wedding Planner in The Bridal Book at Emmaline Bride. You can view their official business listing here.