Location: The Sunset Room
Cake: Michelle’s Patisserie
Earrings: Oh Little Foxes
Recently engaged and all of your thoughts are consumed with planning a wedding that celebrates your relationship perfectly? Whether it’s a small destination elopement, intimate garden ceremony, or big party with everyone you’ve ever known, one thing remains- YOUR DRESS. But where do you begin? How do you narrow down the thousands of options? Don’t fret! Let’s start with the basics and learn some terminology along the way.
SILHOUETTE: The way you describe the shape of gowns. While you want to keep an open mind as you search, you’ll want to be able to communicate the silhouettes you love to your stylist. Let’s take a look at the well-known styles.
This silhouette typically hits at the natural waist with a skirt that has a soft floating feel. Dress: Tatyana Mereynuk- Pheonix
The top will be fitted with a voluminous skirt. Perfect if you’re looking for your looking for a bit of drama. Dress: Tara LaTour- Nolan
Also known as the modified A-line, these dresses fit through the widest part of the hip and flow from there. Dress: Rue de Seine- Beau
This silhouette is very fitted through the lower thigh with a dramatic flare. Dress: Persy- Violet
Similar to the mermaid style, a trumpet gown is fitted through mid-thigh and begins to flare from there. Dress: Robert Bullock- Sonja
A long, narrow, slim-fitting dress typically made with light fabrics. Dress: Claire Pettibone – Pearle
Jeez, thanks Wedding Wire!
Oh, Rue de Seine, you continue to amaze us with more and more of your New Zealand charm.
For those of you who haven’t gotten a taste of their newest collection, Love Spell, here’s some shots of a few of our favorites!
Don’t forget about the RDS trunk show coming up February 2nd-4th in Houston!
Your fiance and you don’t have to be the only pieces coming together on your big day! Our designers, Theia, Noel and Jean, Ivy and Aster, Linyage, and more, help you achieve a price-friendly, unique, one-of-a-kind look! A true cure for the uncommon bride!
Just divide the above by two, and see below! By Theia
Here’s some great matches from Noel and Jean:
And More below from Ivy and Aster!
The possibilities are as endless as your love!
That’s right, we’re ringing in the New Year with some very special new gowns at our Austin location, with more and more arriving each week!
We’d like to welcome Alexandra Grecco to our glorious racks!
New Muse by Callie Tein!
New, delicate, fresh, and charming Amy Kuschel!
New from Ivy & Aster:
Photography: Madeline Harper Photography /Styling: Kindle and Gather / Florals: Bristol Lane/ Calligraphy: Kindred Papery / Venue: The Contemporary Austin / Film Lab: The Find Lab / Rentals: 10th Collection / Cake: Simply Delicious Custom Cakes / Hair + Makeup: Hannah Zieschang // Models: Jillian + Colton Moore // Dress: Unbridaled