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After a year like no other, we're seeing trends in bridal gowns GO BIG and really intricate. Lots of ruffles, layers, tulle and lots of little details in thinks like bridal gowns and veils. Here are a few of the latest releases from three different designers.
New and creative gowns from Anna Georgina, Enaura Bridal, Julie Vino and Grace Loves Lace. Have you found that perfect gown yet? No time like the present to take a look!
The traditional wedding arch/arbor with creative designs, unusual shapes, interesting materials and over the top floral displays.
While style may be a top priority in your search, comfort isn’t something you can ignore either. You’re going to spend the entire day on your feet, dancing and enjoying your guests. The last thing you want to deal with as part of that is foot pain.
One of my favorite things about machine embroidery is the ability to customize gifts and projects. It's a fun way to add color and personal design to garments like a jean jacket.
Candles, Sweets Tables, and Chocolate Fountains have been replaced with Mask Stations, Hand Sanitizer and Social Distancing.
If anything, brides and grooms are getting more creative than ever before, and that will certainly affect fashion trends as we move forward.
Wedding cakes are still the number one choice for most couples, but now, more than ever, the choices for desserts are SWEET!
2020 has been a challenging time but bridal shops have stepped up to the plate to make brides happy, safe and excited to start her gown planning.