Saying “I Will” changed your status from girlfriend to bride-to-be. And saying “Yes” to your dress will make the trip down the aisle to say “I Do,” when all eyes will be on you, both memorable and special.
Saying yes to the dress is a joyful feeling, but before you get to that point, you will encounter a whole journey of exploring the age-old question: “What do I wear?” on one of the most special days of your life. Look no further, as we have carefully gathered four different styles of trendy gorgeous wedding gowns of the 2021 bridal season that range from sexy and sleek silhouettes to sculptural classics and shimmering ball gowns.
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As the temperatures rise from spring to summer, what better way to let loose than with a refreshing glass of rosé, good food and great company. No matter the event you are hosting, whether it is a shower, dinner, or intimate wedding, Southern Cadence Cuisine delivers a luxurious catering experience every time. Always focused on experience, they were even honored by NACE Houston with Best Wedding under $50k in 2020. For those memorable events of your life, you can rest easy knowing Southern Cadence Cuisine has you covered. By tailoring a customized menu for each occasion, they take great pride in ensuring your event is like no other. No detail is too small to ensure your event is one of a kind. Southern Cadence Cuisine will be the perfect addition to your overall vision, much like this styled garden party wedding.
The vibrant color pallet of the cuisine blends perfectly with the blush tones of the florals. Thus, creating an airy aesthetic for this garden party wedding. The floral lace bridal gown by Modern Affinity is truly timeless perfection. This gown also has a subtle sheer bodice detail, giving it the perfect balance of trendy and classic. Misty Rockwell complemented the gown with a natural glam look. This included a light smokey eye, a glossy nude lip and a relaxed curly up-do, highlighting the plunging back on the wedding gown.
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Join us as we travel today to the Palace of the Duke– Hotel Granduca. Reminiscent of an Italian villa, Hotel Granduca, in Houston is an inspiration from the life of Adalberto Malatesta, Granduca of Monfallito. Our style shoot showcases the exquisite jewel box feel of this boutique Houston Hotel, a hidden gem for intimate weddings, that exudes the warmth of a grand home, with exquisite old-world style and service but with all the modern amenities.
Our first look consists of fresh spring details with our model in a white lace ballgown. Dropdown pear-shaped peach morganites were the earrings of choice from Shaftel Diamonds. Mod Effects Events beautifully displayed arrangements of fanciful roses and peonies in shades of violet and magenta that fit the airy setting created by Hotel Granduca‘s window wall. This evergreen theme made for an ethereal look that conveyed the feeling of spring and was magnificently captured by DC Stanley Photography, with video (to come) by J. Ernest Media.
Next, for a change of scenery and style, we dove deep into the mystery of dark accents, glowing candle lights, and enchanting roses. Modern Affinity provided the stunning black lace gown that exuded sophisticated elegance, while Polished Makeup & Hair complemented it with a smokey eye, softly curled pony and a bold red lip. Common Bond Bistro & Bakery added to the theme by designing a cake with cascading red roses. Dramatic and romantic would best describe this alluring candlelit look that suits the bold but warm ambiance of Hotel Granduca.
Hotel Granduca is a must-visit as you search for locations to host your wedding events. Whether you are looking for an intimate ceremony by the pool, a beautiful ballroom reception, a rehearsal dinner in the exquisite restaurant or a bridal tea in the library to the music of a harpist, and central accommodations for your out-of-town guests, Hotel Granduca offers it all.
When you make your way down the aisle, your attire doesn’t have to be limited to the traditional white dress. In fact, white wedding gowns did not become the norm for brides until Queen Victoria chose to wear white for her marriage to Prince Albert. If you want to add some color to your bridal look, check out these 10 colored wedding dresses from top designers and visit a local salon to get the look!