November 20th, 2013
Category: Bridal Style
July 10th, 2013
There’s no doubt about it, 1920s style is back in full swing.
Whether you’re a bride-to-be who wants to capture The Great Gatsby’s spirit from head to toe or simply want to add a touch of flapper glam, a retro-influenced hairdo is a must!
Get inspired by our seven Gatsby-influenced wedding day hair styles below:
August 22nd, 2012
At the intersection of contemporary and traditional and cathedral length and blusher is the elbow length veil. For brides-to-be that love the classic veiled look but are modern girls at heart, this pretty style is just what the wedding planner ordered.
Whether edged in lace, scattered with sparkle or with a simple, clean-cut edge, this happy medium veil (which, we should mention, doesn’t strictly stop at your elbow) is a total catch!
To see what we mean, have a look below at our real brides sporting their elbow length veils:
June 25th, 2012
For a fun, flirty and modern wedding, bright pink and yellow have all the other colors beat! They remind us of sweet, lazy beach days and lemonade, while still managing to be quite chic.
June 11th, 2012
April 30th, 2012
The Kentucky Derby has a storied history, great food (mint juleps and Hot Browns, anyone?), as well as really fabulous style…all of which makes for wonderful wedding inspiration.
Of course, an elegant, classic wedding gown and Derby fascinator or hat is a must. When paired with a be-ribboned bouquet and shoes that echo the rosettes of the winner’s circle, you’ll be ready for your wedding day at the races!
April 4th, 2012
Ponytails were all over the runways at Spring 2012 New York Fashion Week and are sure to be spotted on ladies everywhere as the weather heats up! Though casually throwing your hair up in a ponytail is more familiar than wearing a ponytail while saying “I do,” we think this flirty ‘do is great for the aisle.
Wear your ponytail high and full for a look that is elegantly retro…
March 12th, 2012
Wedding day butterflies are enchanting…when they’re adorning a clutch or a sparkling cuff.
Imagine fluttering across the dance floor in ruffles of silk organza, a vintage crystal comb in your hair and spectacular shoes on your feet!
March 7th, 2012
1. A frame or pad to support and expand the fullness of the back of a woman’s skirt.
2. A bow, peplum, or gathering of material at the back of a woman’s skirt below the waist.
PostsAs far as definitions go, this one describing a bustle doesn’t help much! In wedding gown lingo, a bustle is what is formed with a gown’s train to raise it off the floor and make way for your dancing feet.
There are a few different kinds, American and French being the most popular, but it’s hard to imagine what exactly your Lea-Ann Belter Bridal gown will look like bustled!
Thanks to a few of our gorgeous brides, we can share how some women have bustled their Lea-Ann Belter gowns:
February 28th, 2012
A perfect marriage of the classic style of a pump and the sauciness of a sandal, peep-toe bridal shoes have a lot of panache.
The tricky part is deciding which suits your wedding day style (and budget) best! To help you choose, we’re sharing six of our most recent bridal peep-toe favorites with prices ranging from affordable to major splurge: