Pickweddingdresses.com and sweetheart wedding dresses

december 12th, 2017

Good morning! Today I return to speak about of the elegant shop on line that has the dresses for the important occasions, ours wedding. This site is Pickweddingdresses, where we find fantastic shoes and various accessories for the brides, of very high quality.

Now I show you the Sweetheart Wedding Dresses.

I love this style con sweetheart neckline for the wedding dressed,is very elegant, the dress features a neckline with two curved how the shape of a heart.

This dress has fabulous cascading ruffles, it is in organza and has sweetheart. It has the silhouette of princess and a glamorous style.

I love this dress with the fabulous tulle, and sweetheart ball gown floor-lenght with fantastic and elegant crystal and pearl detailing wedding dresses.

 

Inexpensive Ivory Lace Scoop Neck Ruffles Sheath/Column Wedding Dresses

 

Scoop Neck Tulle Appliques Lace Court Train Amazing Ivory Wedding Dress

 

Ivory Tulle with Appliques Lace Scoop Neck Ball Gown Wedding Dress

 

you are really spoiled for choice wedding dresses

december 7th, 2017
Asymmetrical Ivory Lace V-neck Sashes/Ribbons Cute High Low Wedding Dresses


Today I will show you some beautiful clothes that you can find on the site pickweddingdresses, I was amazed at the models on this site you are really spoiled for choice. I have selected some models of Wedding Dresses that you can find here.

Elegant One Shoulder Tulle Appliques Lace Trumpet/Mermaid White Wedding Dresses


hydrangeas & sparkles for a personal summer wedding in sheffield – faith & pete

oktober 11th, 2016

Instead of focusing all their plans around one set theme, today’s real wedding couple decided to go with their preferences and gut feelings when it came to both their big day setting and suppliers.
Proud to show off their home city of Sheffield, Faith and Pete chose to use local businesses where possible to help bring their pretty Yorkshire wedding to life.
With inspiration taken from everything from their favourite flowers to their favourite food, Faith and Pete’s wedding is without doubt a true reflection of them as both individuals and as a couple.

faith says: We got engaged on the 8th July 2014 at Monsal Head. Pete said he wanted to take us somewhere with a nice view and had seen Monsal Head listed on a website recommending beauty spots. We went early and there was no one else around. I was eight months pregnant at the time and wasn’t expecting the proposal at all because we had recently been on several romantic mini breaks where Pete had ample opportunities to ask but nothing had happened. It turns out he just hadn’t chosen the ring; he found the perfect one though with a little help from his friend Stevie at Beaverbrooks in Meadowhall.
Pete had packed a picnic and some fizzy wine (non-alcoholic of course) which he got out of the car. I was going to start setting it up but before I had a chance he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him – it was an amazing moment and couldn’t have been more perfect. We ate the picnic and called our friends and family to tell them the news. My hands were so swollen from the pregnancy I couldn’t get the ring on so Pete drove us to Castleton where we chose a temporary Blue John ring to wear in the meantime. It was very special to return to Monsal Head the following year with our son Alfred and have an engagement/family shoot with our wedding photographer.

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Our wedding date was the 18th June 2016. We chose June because it is when all our favourite flowers are in season, also because I always remember a friend telling me it is statistically least likely to rain, I’m not sure if that is true but it stuck in my mind.
We got married at Staindrop Lodge, in Sheffield. We knew we wanted to get married in a venue where we could have both the ceremony and reception. We hadn’t been to Staindrop before but saw it online and thought we would have a look. Both of us loved it straight away. We loved how clean and light it was, we liked the idea of having the reception in the restaurant, which is on two levels and a little more interesting that just a room, we loved the modern feel with art deco touches and all the artwork throughout the venue. We also loved Rachel who is the wedding planner there, she is the most organised and in-control person you could ever meet, I tend to be a bit of a control freak but I had no doubt she would do a fantastic job. They were so flexible and really embraced all the ideas we had. They also saved all the hotel rooms for us which meant most of our friends and family could stay over after the wedding.

We didn’t have a wedding theme as such, we just wanted day to be about us; to feature everything we loved and be a really fun celebration with our closest friends and family. The styling was simple with just a touch of sparkle. We were also keen to show our love of Sheffield by using lots of local or small wedding suppliers.
For our colour scheme we took inspiration from the crocuses, which always look so lovely and cheerful at the start of spring. We had shades of purple for the bridesmaid dresses and my bouquet, bright yellow ties and pale yellow table runners, ivory for my dress, the bridesmaid’s bouquets and the centrepieces, and gold sparkles for the place names and numbers.

Dressing Room West wedding dress store offers designer names at get-it-today prices

september 29th, 2016

Christina Ferrara, who just last week opened her dress shop near the Plaza, is hoping to tap into a trend she says is sweeping the country — no frills, off-the-rack bridal boutiques.
“This is happening in all the larger cities in the U.S.,” Ferrara said. “I know there is an off-the-rack store in Beverly Hills. I know there is an off-the-rack store in Boston … in Chicago. This is a huge trend in bridal gown shopping.”
Between 80 and 100 designer bridal gowns hang along both sides of Ferrara’s intimate, white-splashed Dressing Room West, which opened Thursday at 219 Shelby St. There were two fuzzy chairs in the center of the room near an oversized mirror as “Meu Carnival” from Pandora’s Bossa Nova Beats oozed from a sound system.
Ferrara, 41, was inspired by her mother-in-law’s more extensive Dressing Room boutique in St. Petersburg, Fla., but the younger Ferrara sells only designer bridal gowns — no bridesmaid dresses or other wedding attire. The two stores’ operations are not connected, the two women said.
All of Ferrara’s gowns are samples, overstock or discontinued designs created by such haute couture designers as Stella York, Rosa Clará, Justin Alexander and St. Patrick. In New York City, Ferrara said, “women wrap around the block for sample sales.”
Prices at Dressing Room West are 30 percent to 70 percent off what brides would find at pricier boutiques, plus there’s no waiting weeks for customized gowns to be shipped back to the store. What you see is what you get, but you get it right away. However, Ferr pointed out that “all sales are final, and there are no holds on sales. If you love it, you might want to take it home because it might not be here tomorrow.”
A designer gown that might sell for $3,600 to $3,800 in a full-bridal-service boutique would likely sell for under $1,500 at Dressing Room West, Ferrara said.
She compared her store to mother-in-law Judy Ferrara’s Florida store. “At Judy’s and similar boutiques, they can come back. They can think about it for three weeks, think about it. They can come back, place their order and then wait another 14 weeks. That’s not my model.”
Ferrara said local seamstresses can quickly sew alterations.
She said her internet marketing strategies are directed at both younger and older brides who desire elegance — understated or over the top — but “want to spend their money on other things, and if they can get a deal. …”
The bridal boutique market has changed dramatically in the last few years, Ferrara said.
It’s no longer a matter of tending to every whim of Madonna’s “Material Girl.”
“This is a new consumer and this is a new concept. … And it’s back to the millennials … they are spending all their money on experiences. They are not spending it on things.”
Although Ferrara uses social and business internet networking to market her sales, she does not sell dresses online. “Too many returns,” she said.
At Dressing Room West, Ferrara tries to keep it simple but intimate. All sales are by appointment only, but brides-to-be get her undivided attention. “I lock the doors so there are no distractions,” Ferrara said.
Judy Ferrara noted that both stores are located in destination cities, so the customer profile for the Santa Fe store might not just be someone — young or older — from New Mexico. “It could be somebody from fill in the blank. [The bride-to-be] and her mother are here, they hear about it, and they come in the door and they go, ‘This dress is gorgeous. I want this dress. I’m getting married in Michigan this summer.’ … So the perception is it’s quality at a very, very attractive price.”
Judy Ferrara said brides and brides’ mothers realize that the wedding gown sets the tone for the event. “It’s the pace car for the whole day.”
Christina Ferrara noted that Santa Fe draws couples as a wedding destination, which benefits her shop as a quick stop for a dress. “When they come here to do the site inspections at La Fonda or La Posada or [Rancho Encantado], they are hopefully going to stop in here, too.”

INTIMATE & HEARTFELT MOUNTAIN WEDDING WITH A GUESTLIST OF FOUR!

september 19th, 2016

We are truly blown away with the stunning location of todays Colorado wedding by MIKE CASSIMATIS PHOTOGRAPHY – I mean this is my happy place just looking at these spectacular vistas! And is that church not the cutest thing you’ve seen? Kellie and Ryan hail from St. Louis but loved the idea of having an intimate wedding in a small mountain town and whilst searching for the perfect spot, they came across an image of a chapel that Ansel Adams took in 1951. They knew immediately that this was where they wanted to get married – The First Congregational Church of Silverton. Due to some unfortunate health concerns, Ryan’s parents were unable to attend so they were left with a guest list total of four making for an intimate and incredibly heartfelt celebration.
HOW DID YOU MEET? We met through a mutual friend. One spring day, she had invited both of us to hike at a local park. A couple months later, we began dating, and our summer romance turned into a lifelong love.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROPOSAL: Ryan took me to the park that we had met at just five years prior. We hiked the same trail as before, but this time, Ryan got down on one knee.
TELL US ABOUT FINDING YOUR WEDDING DRESS: I wanted something romantic and timeless. So as a fan of classical movies, I found inspiration in one of Grace Kelly’s dresses. Then, I found a local couture shop to help bring my vision to life. It was so much fun watching it come together over the months.

ANY DIY ELEMENTS? To be honest, we were slightly DIY obsessed. We made the ribbon banner, the ribbon wands, the aspen wood slice banner, the centerpieces, the favours, the wine glass etching. Need I go on? We did so much crafting for our wedding, but we are so grateful that we did. Every little detail just made our wedding that much more meaningful to us.
WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE OUT TO A COUPLE PLANNING THEIR WEDDING? As Ferris Bueller so wisely said, ”Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Well, the same applies to your wedding day. We couldn’t believe how quickly the day passed by, so we can’t express enough as to how important it is to find a GOOD photographer and videographer to capture all of your memories.

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THE SWEETEST TEXAS ELOPEMENT YOU’LL EVER SEE!

september 14th, 2016

Well if this sweet as sweet can be elopement doesn’t melt your heart nothing will! PALOMA BLANCA FINE ART knocked it out of the park with these stunning images of Andrea & CJ’s nature inspired celebration. With their adorable six-month old baby coming very close to stealing the show, their vision of an outdoor elegant bohemian fairytale came to fruition in Austin, Texas.

Andrea says: ”CJ and I had been engaged for two years before we found out we were expecting our first child. We knew we wanted him to be a part of the special day, so we decided to hold off on wedding plans until he arrived. After six months of pure love and baby bliss, we decided we wanted to run away, just the three of us, and celebrate the union of our love as a family. We wanted the day to be as intimate and organic as possible. It was pure perfection – everything we dreamt of and more. We loved that we were able to create memories that will last a lifetime with our first born by our sides.”

The planner, Belle Soul Weddings, used thick, deep winter evergreens as a base and layered soft white blossoms like patience garden roses, lisianthus, freesia and spray roses then dotted with black privet and silver brunia berries to add to the woodland texture. To bring in the wintery hues they used Earl Grey roses to cast a soft grey tone and the quicksand roses brought a touch of soft light blush. Olive branches, bay leaves and frost-dusted curly willow branches wound their way throughout, creating a fairytale in the forest.

 

 

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september 13th, 2016

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