i agree- the simplicity of the top and the elegant full skirt are gorgeous! i love the cream and ivory contrast too... and it's the perfect dress for her outdoor setting. Have a great weekend! XO, Jane
yes, the veil is great. such a nice twist on the traditional.
gorgeous images and inspiration! Even though I only got married 3 and half years ago, sometimes I wish I could have a 'do over' since there are so many beautiful things out there that I didn't know about then!
This dress is so different -- it's so cool and something about it seems very old-fashioned. I really like how she kept it simple.
I would totally wear that dress...that's how much I'm sold on it just from these pictures.
oh my gosh, that veil is stunning!! so simple yet oh so gorgeous!
That house is spectacular and I've never seen a veil like that before!Hope :) xxhttp://hopechella.blogspot.com/
Alice - I'm sure that even after I'm married there will be more beautiful things to be created. It's all never ending!Elizabeth - I love that you love this dress! You could totally make that, you know! To all of you who loved the veil - I love it too! my grandma even commented on it. I haven't thought much about veils for myself, but something like this I think is now an option for me! We'll see, I have a lot of time to make a decision.xoKirby
What a fabulously unique veil!
i saw this on once wed and my jaw dropped...the setting is a place called Overbrook House on the cape and it's where we were going to have our wedding before my fiance was laid off...very expensive but SO COOL!
Kat - That is a beautiful location! I can see your original vision now. but I think your current location is so beautiful and so much more unique.Kristin - I agree, that veil is unique and so beautiful!
Post a Comment