Give me an ultra-elegant, impeccably styled glamorous “I do,” and I’ll be one happy blogger. But take that same affair and add a marvelous Vera Wang Dress, and it’s sure to go down as an all-time fave. With dip red roses + lavender hydrangeas and a million steal-worthy details, these images by JEFF+AMBER Photography are some pretty bites of wedding haven you just mustn’t miss.
Let’s just take a moment to face the cold hard truth- the dress is the focal point of the entire day. When it’s all said and done, the bride and her gorgeous frock will be the most photographed duo of the night (#sorry, not sorry grooms). So when a marriage between a girl and her gown takes place- you better believe its a moment to remember, especially if the gown was made by wedding queen bee- Vera Wang. We can clearly see that our lovely bride, Katie is in gown match made in heaven and not to mention- she’s a complete knockout in that dress…
The Little Black Dress
We all have the famous LBD that sits in back of our closet waiting for its day to shine and why not? Black is the new classic, sexy, and thanks to weddings- one of the most sought out trends for bridesmaids. Pair that little black dress with some distinct personality and call it perfection. Nothing and we do mean, nothing beats the mismatched little black dress trend. Why you ask? As you know, black is a very flattering color on everyone, but if the style doesn’t totally suit your high level of confidence then there’s is really no purpose in showcasing the best trend known to mankind. Give it a try for your upcoming nuptials- your bridesmaids will love the idea!
Keeping it Simple The color palette is one of the most important aspects of a wedding decor. The color palette can either represent a fun and cool atmosphere or it can represent a sleek and sophisticated vibe just like Katie and Chris’ Arizona wedding. Adding rich hues like plum and deep ruby red can transform a room to a level of glamour that is unimaginable. If there’s anything that this gorge wedding has taught us, it is that simplicity goes a long way. This lovely duo kept the decor to a minimum; a mixture of tall and short centerpieces, stunning lighting, and a touch of candles will do the trick. Remember, sometimes less is really more.