When this pretty Laguna Beach wedding landed in my inbox I just knew I had to share it. Having attended a Laguna Beach wedding at very fancy hotel once myself (Paul McCartney and his then-wife Heather Mills watched from their balcony and even sent champagne to the couple during their reception) I know how breathtaking this setting really was. Planned perfectly by The Special Day and captured by Leila Brewster, it’s one of those classic weddings every little girl dreams of. Read More
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It’s Monday, which means we announced our Jouer Cosmetics giveaway winner! Head over to our Facebook page to see if you’re the lucky one (and like us while you’re there, won’t you?)
Today’s wedding shows you that you don’t need a lot of time or a lot of stuff to have a beautiful wedding day. Stormie and Chris planned their wedding in one month, while visiting Chris’s hometown of Palmdale, California. The groom was about to attend Columbia University and they wanted to live in couple’s housing. They were going to have a courthouse wedding, and then decided they wanted their closest family and friends present and to be surrounded by the beauty of the Mojave Desert. Best decision ever. I’m warning you, you’re going to want to have a desert wedding after you see this one! Read More
As I mentioned yesterday, I’m in NYC for Bridal Market this weekend (follow along on instagram for peeks at Spring bridal collections and NYC fun). And today I’ve got a treat for you – a sneak peek of Ann Taylor Wedding & Events Spring Collection. In celebration of spring and wedding season Lover.ly produced a shoot with one of our favorite brands, Ann Taylor to showcase one of this seasons hottest colors, blush. This shoot took place in the streets of NYC and shows a fun + flirty approach to accessorizing your bridesmaid looks.
Don’t you LOVE the romantic blush dresses paired with the delicate head pieces? And the jewelry is fab too. Be sure to check out the gallery for even more of this lovely shoot from Lover.ly captured so gorgeously by Trent Bailey.