Today’s wedding, care of A&A Photography, is a mix of traditional Filipino and modern elements. The bride wore a traditional Filipiniana wedding gown, but paired it with a fun pair of flower stilettos. The bridesmaids wore classic Maria Clara ensembles, with flattering mermaid-cut skirts. These details definitely prove that mixing old and new elements in your wedding–be it the dresses, styling, or any other detail–can really add a unique flair. So go on and go through the stylish elegance and simplicity of Ross and Carmel’s wedding.
When the day of saying your “I Dos” finally comes, make sure you’ve got a beautiful, meaningful song to walk down the aisle to. This will be your last “walk” as a single woman, so make every step count with an extra special song that’ll get your heart all soft and your stomach all fluttery. So go on and check out the list of love songs we’ve come up with!
When you say ‘bridal look’ the first thing that comes to mind is, of course, your gown. But once you’ve got your gown secured, it’s time to think about other things like your makeup and hair. Whether you’ve got long hair, short hair, or are having a rustic, boho, or minimalist wedding, you’re going to want to make sure that you’re rocking the absolute best hairstyle on your big day. And if you’re not so sure about the different hairstyles, that’s where we come in. I’ve rounded up some pegs to serve as inspiration for you. So go on and check them out below!
While most couples book the venue several months before the wedding day, Benson and Erika decided to save some costs, and skipped the venue search altogether! Your big day can’t get any more personal than getting married in your own backyard, right? So they did–no bridesmaids, with only 120 guests, and some rustic D.I.Y. elements that added charm to the celebration. Everything came together nicely even though the bride only bought her wedding dress a day before the wedding! She ended up getting an RTW gown from Ivory and White that fit her perfectly! Check out this set from Liz Ranola for more details.
I think all to-be-wed couples would love to make their wedding planning as efficient as possible. While there’s no one single way to go about planning your wedding, there are certain ways to make it easier and more efficient for you. An example of this would be to make use of the tools around you, just like social media, which is accessible to almost everyone now. Scroll on to find out about the eight ways you can use social media to your advantage for planning your wedding and for the wedding day itself!