Found this picture without a source, but I’m guessing it’s a junior bridesmaid? I LOVE her outfit (but is it a dress or a coat? I’m still not sure lol)!
If anybody knows where this pic is from, let me know so I can add source info. Thanks!
So freaking dapper
Pearls and White Lace
Ermehgerd, erlergernce! :)
Today I was looking for fancy wedding shoes, and nothing was speaking to me. And then, when I got home I thought to myself…”Self, why are you looking for sparkly, strapy, stiletto-y heels? That isn’t you at all!”
So now I started looking for fun shoes. ME SHOES! I like both of these so far. YAY! I’m so much more excited at the prospect of something fun!
I love the bottom pair!
It’s so true, you have to find the happy balance between me as a bride and me as I normally am!
Check out Emmaline Bride’s post on keepsake vows! A great idea to keep your vows close in a beautiful way!
Judith Williams being walked down the aisle by her father, Mr. James Roy Williams, 1959
Coles County, Illinois
I like this two-color idea! Instead of black and white, you could use a nice soft pastel or anything, just match it to the cupcake wrapper :)
The pattern also doesn’t have to be ribbons, a simple stripe or scalloped line or anything. A very adaptable idea!
Label: Cotillion Originals
Details: Back Zipper, Multi-layer skirt, boned bodice, sweetheart neckline, strapless, layers of tulle and ruffle crinoline, buttercream ivory velvet
Chest: Up to 30’
Shoulder to waist: 9’
Very Good Vintage Condition: Slight ageing to some of the velvet ribbon bands
God, this dress!
Anonymous asked: Hi I noticed a font in a wedding invitation that you did. Would you mind sharing the name of the script font you used? I have looked and looked for it and can't seem to find it. My daughter is getting married and I would like to use the same font. Since I can't include a link to the invite, it is the one that uses the mint and white chevron as background of Sarah Mitchell and Elliott Hendrick. Thanks very much!
Good morning anon
I’m very sorry, the post you are referring to is an invitation I shared but did not make myself.
If she has not yet checked it, try dafont.com, it’s a good place to download new fonts, and has a really great selection of both retro and script fonts!
That’s the best advice I can offer, I hope it’s helpful! Good luck to you!
A bride and her bridesmaids.
I love hair flowers for brides!