Feeling festive? Celebrate in style with bright pops of color.
Shopping for a wedding gown should be as enjoyable as possible, but determining which styles will flatter your body type in person and not just look fabulous in Pinterest photos is easier said than done. So we've teamed up with Yukia Walker and Yuneisia Harris, the owners of Curvaceous Couture, a first-of-its-kind bridal salon that specializes in gowns that fit women of ALL shapes and sizes. Here, the style pros (and sisters!) share their favorite dress picks for full-figured brides.
The intricate designs and celebration of nature make floral rings an ideal choice for the romantic bride. Floral-motif fans include Penelope Cruz and Nikki Reed. These flower-inspired sparklers are anything but garden variety.
Walking down the aisle in that gorgeous Alexander McQueen worn by Kate Middleton would be the icing on your wedding cake, but it could also topple your wedding budget. For some brides, indulging in a designer gown is a non-negotiable expense. For others, splurging on a wedding dress may be tempting enough to cut corners on other important wedding items. But, we think we've found a solution so you can have your cake and (designer-inspired) wedding dress, too.
Whether you prefer a more demure, modest look or a sexy gown with a plunging neckline, designers are turning to one fabric — lace.
That special moment is approaching... the doors will swing open, and you’ll walk down the aisle in a dress that had you in tears the first time you tried it on.