Wednesday, September 28, 2011

The accessories

The category of bridal accessories includes so many objects for which a bride can apply for and they depend on the tastes and of what you’re expected to look like in the big day! If some days ago we took into account only a part of the bridal accessories, today we’re going to mention about bridal accessories in general!

First of all in this section of “bridal accessories” there’s always the veil, which can have diverse shapes and formats…. There are the modern ones, made shorter and with ruffled details on. It’s also the long bridal veil that can cover your face and made with really interesting embroidery on its surface….

There’s a big range of accessories and you can be sure that you’re not going to look bad at all with them on! Another thing is that you’re able to renounce to it, the bridal veil isn’t a necessary accessory, but the bridal shoes are….

The bridal shoes can be found in several models and tones. With such a pair on you’re able to look really fine and in the same time let’s add that they can be comfortable or with a really high heel. It depends on your wish. You’re the bride, you make the rules!

As for the bridal shoes, make sure that the pair for which you apply for is really comfortable or that you switch them with another pair, in case you find them relatively uncomfortable! 
Besides the classical white tone for the wedding shoes, there’s also the option in which you can apply for a pair of metallic bridal shoes as well as ones colored in a really bright tone!
We’ve got this aspect figured out; let’s continue with the bridal jewelry. When it comes to this part, the situation stays in this way: you can apply for bridal jewelry sets, or for separate jewelry. The bridal jewelry sets may contain: a tiara, a necklace and a pair of earrings, all blending perfectly together. There’s also the option for bridal jewelry sets in which you can find a pair of earrings, a necklace, a bracelet or even without a bracelet.

Similar to the bridal tiara is the bridal headband for which you can apply for and if you want to, you can attach a thin and gorgeous looking veil or you can leave it in this way. There’s also the bridal comb that was recently mentioned, as well as the bridal cockade. All these bridal accessories are great to take into account.
And last but not least, is another bridal accessory that we consider it would be a really nice idea to take into account – the bridal purse, which isn’t obligatory as well! You decide whether you want one or not!

Chat soon,


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Just got ENGAGED!!!

Just got engaged? First off, congratulations! Second: these are the 10 things you should do next…

1. Share the good news with family and friends

This is a happy time and the great news must be shared with loved ones, preferably in a creative and fun way! Create a digital postcard with a photograph of the engagement ring or of the bride and groom and email it to all your family and friends announcing your engagement! Share the good news on Facebook, Twitter or other social media and keep your account up to date with all the next steps.

2. Plan an engagement party

Whether it’s a lunch, dinner or an all out engagement party, plan something special to announce and celebrate your engagement with close family and friends. Don’t forget to let them know that a fabulous wedding awaits them…

3. Choose the wedding date

In order to choose the perfect wedding date decide if you want a Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter wedding. Is there a special date on which you would love to have your wedding? Don’t forget to check the calendar so that you know exactly what day of the week you’re talking about when you decide to choose the wedding date.

4. Determine a budget

How much can you afford to spend on your wedding? What is your dream wedding? Can your budget cover it? What can stay and what must go?

5. Put together the guest list

Many decisions go into putting together the guest list: how many guests does your budget permit? Who do you invite? Who don’t you invite? Do you invite colleagues from work or just close family and friends? Do you want an intimate wedding or a traditional wedding with hundreds of guests?

6. Choose the place where the ceremony is going to be held

The place where the wedding ceremony is going to be held should be in agreement with the guest list, as well as the venue for the reception. If you expect 200 guests, then maybe getting married in a small chapel is not the best idea.

7. Choose the venue for the reception

Many popular venues, like hotels and other wedding appropriate spaces, require reservations a year or more in advanced, especially during wedding season.

8. Book an engagement shoot

It’s the perfect time to book an engagement shoot and document your love in a beautiful engagement album that will be a wonderful memory of this precious time in your lives. Since you have to hire a photographer for the wedding, look for one that also does engagement shoots – this is also a great way to get to know the photographer before the wedding and vice-versa. Make sure you get some very romantic shots and have fun doing it!

9. Decide if you’re going to hire a wedding planner

Idealizing, organizing and coordinating a wedding can be a full time job and stressful at times. So, if DIY is not a concept that applies to you, hire a wedding planner who will navigate all the pre-wedding organization like a pro. The result? Less hassles and unnecessary worrying for the bride and groom.

10. Choose the wedding dress

The wedding dress is one of the star pieces of the big day and requires a lot of idealizing and research, preferably in advanced, so you have time to check out all your options before making a decision. You don’t have to buy the dress immediately after the wedding proposal, but it is a good idea to start window shopping, magazine and online browsing… so the dream can start to become reality…