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Monday's Girl - The Hopeless Romantic

Monday blues gotcha down? You just need a little inspiration and we’re happy to provide just that. Every Monday we’ll be posting a new wedding theme. Each theme represents a different kind of “Nouveau” bride. We hope you enjoy the collections as much as we enjoyed creating them. 

Favorite Music Artist - James Blake

Favorite Fragrance - Le Labo's AnOther 13 eau de parfum

Favorite Accessorie -  Her Barton Perreira Sunglasses

 


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Epic Wedding Dress Designers - Volume 1

One of the most difficult decisions you'll face during your planning process is choosing the perfect bridal gown. It's also one of the most costly investments you'll make. On top of that, you only get one shot to get it right! We will be posting a weekly list of bridal gown designers that need to be on your radar. Here are a few of our favorites from each designer. 

 

FORTUNATA DRESS by Cortana

Dress made out of three layers of French silk tulle. This wedding dress can be worn with the Liso or Nardo slip-dress underneath if desired.
This dress can also be worn with two different types of belts.

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Valentina by Elizabeth Riggs

The Valentina features a striking and timeless contrast of Black and Ivory using French imported lace and Italian silk Taffeta. This design comes in 2 pieces. The skirt is 100% silk and lined in charmeuse satin. 

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Willow Gown by One Day

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Lavender Lace by Cathy Telle

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Sullivan by Sarah Seven

This sweet sleeve is a perfect pairing with a bold front slit, unexpected cutouts, and an elegant train. She is romantic, adventurous, and feminine through and through. 

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Coralia Gown by Carol Hannah

Linearly banded constrained ballgown with leather macrame strapping. 

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Hair and Makeup Trends for 2018-2019

We can sum it up in 2 words. Effortlessly Chic. DISCLAIMER: We always, always, always, encourage our wedding clients to choose their hair and makeup details based on what makes them feel the most radiant.  It truly is that simple, however, the truth of the matter is, trends do influence decisions. Halos and Tiaras are making a comeback, and so are braids. The 2017 trend on the runway was hair bows and low ponytails, and we'll be seeing that trend merge into the wedding industry this year as well. The dewy foundation has always been one our favorite wedding day styles, but now we have the "IT'S TRENDING" stamp to use as leverage. Again, your wedding day is going to be chaotic (but that’s what we are here for), so please take our advice when we say that feeling beautiful is absolutely necessary for achieving the wedding of your dreams. With that being said, we've compiled a list of images for you to share with your stylist. 


Low Up Do's

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Braids

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Halos, Hairpins, and Crowns

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Velvet Hair Bows + Pony Tails

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The #1 Most Overlooked Decor Detail...

The linens.... We get it. Most venues come with free tablecloths and free is a good thing, right? While we can’t argue that free is, well, free, we can tell you that investing in quality linens is one of the easiest ways to  elevate your design.

Sourcing decor for your event can be intimidating. Most of these companies require a wholesale account and will only sell to wedding industry vendors, so we recommend sharing this guide with your florist, wedding planner, and/or stylist. Below are our list of linen favorites. 


The Tuscany collection from LaTavola Linens

Details:  A textured raw linen sets the table for the natural, understated Tuscany Collection. This collection exudes effortless culture and timeless style. You just can’t beat a raw linen texture. 

Favorite Colors: Wedgwood, Silver, Natural, Plum, White

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The Velvet collection from BBJ Linen

Details: Adding velvet creates that ethereal, fine art look that brides have been drooling over this year.  We use it often on the grooms cake table, as well as the guest tables.

Favorite Colors: Bone, Rose Quartz, Gold

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The Ivory linen from LaTavola Linens' Nuovo Collection

Details: Ivory is a tough color. It’s either too yellow or too khaki. This is the truest Ivory we’ve found on the market.

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Handloom Weave Table Runner by Silk and Willow

Details: Their Table Linens are hand loomed and naturally dyed with sustainably gathered plant materials. You can’t go wrong with any of their colors. We use their Antique White for ceiling drapes, table runners, and cake tables. 

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The Beatrice Linen from LaTavola Linens

Details: The detail work in this linen in stunning. If your budget allows, we recommend using it on all of the guest tables, but if you had to choose just one table, we recommend placing on the cake table. 

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Rosewood Cora by BBJ Linen

Rosewood Cora is a distinctive blend of old fashioned elegance and modern appeal. We usually alternate this linen with BBJ's Cameo or White linen. It's also perfect for catering and cake tables. 

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