When it comes to wedding hair styles I'm an anything-goes kind of girl, so I love it when a bride opts for something non traditional. Braids aren't too far out into left field, but they add texture, dimension and a little bit of that hippie goddess feel to a brides vibe. Here are 5 braids that I love!
Is there anything better than making it to Friday, when you know you only have three work days after the weekend? Not for me! This weekend we are continuing house projects, attending a first birthday party and starting to pull out the Christmas decorations! And hopefully catching up with this whole blogging biz. For now, here are my favorites for the week from wedding land!
Fabric draped through wreaths makes both perfect wedding backdrop, as well as holiday decor.
An eclectic mix of fun textiles and lush botanicals makes for the perfect sweetheart table.
This Brooklyn wedding has both baby swans and these beautiful, romantic florals, you must click!
A gorgeous bride, dancing through a field of lavender on her wedding day is like looking a dream.
How are the weeks of this summer flying by so fast!? At lest I got a chance to stop and see the pretty around the weeding webs.
A beautiful, unique, opal, triple-stone engagement ring compliments this bride's quirky, vintage style perfectly, over on Something Turquoise.
Truth be told, this is the first bridal fashion week I've really paid attention to, so I don't have a huge basis of comparison, but I thought the hair was very understated, for the most part. And that seems to be what's on trend in the real weddings as well. It's either super clean and simple, think Olivia Palermo, a slightly messy braid or beachy waves. I personally love all three of those vibes. The final trend we saw on the runway, I called "mile-high," this is top-knot on steroids and adds lots of drama to the overall look.