Happy Birthday to Us! It's been seven (7) glorious years of curating beautiful things for your weddings. We have loved every minute. To celebrate, we will be moving The Bridal Wishlist to it's own domain and relaunching it with a new web site! Look for the big change to happen in November 2013. We will have so much more to offer the brides that we love so much. We're off to Bridal Market. Can't wait to show you all of the fabulous things that we find to help with your wedding planning.
took an ambitious step by bringing her unique flair to the
fashion-conscious bride in 2004 with the GEMY MAALOUF Bridal line. In
2006, she once again embraced progress and change with her GEMY “Le
Prêt” line, which provides a complete range of formal attire, from tops
and skirts to short dresses. Finally in 2007, feeling the increasing
demand for her designs from a niche of clientele with lower budgets,
Gemy launched her 2nd line Beside Couture by GEMY providing the style at
more affordable prices. Here is her latest collection.
Decoupage is french and refers to the age old art of cutting and layering paper cutouts for the purpose of decorating wooden boxes, chests, and other objects. This beautiful collection by Claire Pettibone is just that. It's a layering of chantilly lace and guipure, silks and vintage laces, flowers and other exquisite handmade details. What I loved the most was that the back of the dresses were just as heavenly as the front. Photographs by Anton Oparin.
I have to admit that I've been a little obsessed with black wedding
gowns every since Vera Wang showed a black wedding gown at her runway
show during the last Bridal Fashion Week. So I adore this one by Pantora Bridal. Just go for it.