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Complete your wedding outfit with these one-of-a-kind veils!
The bridal look is one of the most awaited reveals in a wedding. What the bride wears gives us a glimpse of her personality and overall aesthetic. Some would even use their bridal outfit as the main focal point in their nuptials,
Not a fan of heels? Walk your grand entrance in these stunning flat shoes!
Every woman wants to feel like a queen on her wedding day, and what better way to accentuate her stunning dress than with a gorgeous pair of shoes that’s fit for an elegant bride? While sky-high heels are often the first choice
Happy Andrada is back with a new collection of luxe dressing robes.
Fashion designer Happy Andrada is back with another bridal robe collection that will make you feel like absolute royalty! You'd love to lounge in these luxe options while prepping for your big day—and perhaps even after you've already tied the knot. Promising the
She was a goddess in Rosa Clara.
A blushing bride looking even more divine in white, Martine Cajucom stood glowing under the afternoon Bali light and said ‘I do’ to the love of her life—her groom, Cliff Ho—in a stunning Rosa Clara 2019 MED creation. Looking every bit ethereal for her
Eat, drink, and get married.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Whether that’s to go for that second scoop of gelato, indulge in another plate of pasta, or maybe even fall in love. For newlyweds Gem Co and Enzo Lugtu, Rome was the perfect destination
It's locally made!
On April 20, 2018, Coleen Garcia officially tied the knot with Billy Crawford at the luxurious Balesin Island.The beautiful bride wore a gown by Israeli designer Galia Lahav:During the reception, Coleen changed up her look by adding a stunning headpiece to complement
Something blue symbolizes purity, love, and fidelity.
"Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue." You'd often hear this phrase when someone is about to get married. The tradition roots back to the Victorian era when brides were believed to earn good luck in marriage by collecting these