Modern, classic or vintage? Brides, the UK’s no. 1 best-selling bridal magazine, mixes and matches the Swarosvki crystal jewelry for different kind of brides.
The Swarovski bridal earrings illustrations have been sketched after reading the article in the July/August 2012 issue, which invited the readers to the Swarovski event at the flagship store in London – Oxford Street – to discover the new Swing, Sing & Shine jewelry collection.
Whether you love ruffles or corsets made with lace (=corsetti di pizzo), jewelry conveys that distinctive and unique element to your bridal look. Make it simple or statement!
Already married or bride-to-be? Vote for your bridal style with the Swarovski bridal earring illustrations!
Only one day to go until the first Wedding Fair hosted at Glow, Bluewater’s new exhibition centre, starts.
Still undecided? The 4-day Bluewater Wedding Fair is by far the best place to get inspired for your big day! From wedding planners to stylists, you will find everything you need to create the perfect atmosphere with special details that will make your guests’ mouth dropped open in amazement!
Who will be that bride-to-be who dares to wear a bare back wedding dress like the one in the bridal illustration? Is that a Jenny Packham or Stewart Parvin wedding dress? None of the two! It’s a Marta Madaiva wedding dress, especially designed for Bluewater Wedding Fair. Made of silk chiffon, the wedding dress is marked by the particularities of the encrusted crystals and bare back (=schiena nuda). The three-quarter silk tulle veil and the crystal headpiece are two must accessories. The veil could not be missed out for the ceremony!
Don’t miss the most unique features of the Bluewater Wedding Fair: the catwalk themes and the Lancome Pampering Experience where you will have product offers and consultant make-up advice. The ideal treat to start planning your special occasion!
What are you waiting for? Grab your ticket and come along!
I have opted for the name Victoria for the silk taffeta wedding dress below as the inspiration comes from the Victorian Age when the social class was revealed by the material and cut of the dresses. (I am easily influenced by the books I have read about that period!!!)
The silk taffeta wedding dress has not the traditional white or ivory colour. I thought the combination of taffeta and pink could add that romantic style that I was looking for the full half ruffled skirt. I love how pink fades in white. The bodice has a heart-shaped neckline and is covered with crystals.
The Victoria silk taffeta wedding dress wouldn’t have completed without a short silk tulle veil covered with crystals.
The groom wears a black tuxedo with antique gold bottons which focus attention on the gold embroired silk shirt. The metallic silk tie adds the shiny effect.
As I love pink I have been asked if that was my dream wedding dress…no, nothing has been planned in my mind… That day has not come yet!