With Southwest having its annual sale on flights, I have traveling on my mind. Whether it’s driving hours after hours, sitting on a train, or flying high above in the sky, I love going to different places. I fell in love with this “long distance love” styled shoot on Green Wedding Shoes because it was photographed at an airport and it was an inspiration for long distance relationships (which is a little something close to my heart).
I know, I know, I’m a little late to the game (in watching The Great Gatsby), but you can never have enough of Great Gatsby/1920′s themed weddings, right? A few weeks ago, I won tickets from 100 Layer Cake to watch The Great Gatsby, and I finally have time to go watch it with my best friend this weekend! We even planned to finish re-reading the book before our Sun-date. It might be a challenge for me… but we’ll see how it goes!
Wedding planners and people love the Gatsby theme. And why not? You’re mixing luxury with romance and showy-ness. (I think it’s safe to use the “Go Big or Go Home” tagline here, right?)
If you’re a modern bride that’s looking for a vintage twist in bridal accessories, Tessa Kim‘s shop is just the place for you. Looking through her collection makes me dream about having a glamorous wedding… and soon! Tessa started designing and creating bridal accessories for her own wedding in 2009. When she couldn’t find the perfect veil for her wedding, she decided to create her own. Since she was always into art and design, it came naturally to her. Tessa created her own silk flower headpiece and veil for her big day. Having a few too many veils, she decided to put the extra veils on Etsy, and they all sold out on the same day. That’s when her business began to grow. Accessories that she hand crafts include veils, dress sashes, headbands, and hair combs. Using materials like organza, chiffon, silk, rhinestones, and Swarovski crystals, you know you’re getting an unique piece of work!
Made with pearls, rhinestones, and vintage lace, the Cecilia Dress Sash would definitely be the star of the show.
Started off as a company that created affordable wedding dresses for brides, Simply Bridal has grown to also sell accessories such as veils, jewelry, and even bridesmaid dresses! Brides don’t need to go to boutiques or retailers and pay more than they need to anymore. Partnering with quality designers and having a team of designers that graduated from Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, Simply Bridal is able to offer gorgeous designs that are up to par with the fashion scene anywhere.
What’s even more awesome is that they are offering a special discount for you. This special discount code can be used on all items on their website (excludes shipping), and expires on June 16, 2013… All you have to do is visit Simply Bridal, shop to your heart’s desire, and enter this code when you’re done: SBL163LV. so let’s get shopping!
From a handful of do-it-yourself projects to scrolling through tons of gorgeous wedding blogs, Jocelyn took matters in her own hands and planned her gorgeous wedding at a California ranch. Featured on Snippet and Ink, Nancy Neil’s photos captured my every attention. From the clear blue skies to the details of Jocelyn’s dress and even the different cowboy boots the guests wore, I was memorized by the whole feel of the wedding and the planning process on the bride’s blog.