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A Well Trained Bride – Part 2

Posted on August 4, 2014 by  Erin   //   Comment

If you refer to my most recent post, you know how important it is to make a statement with the back of your dress.  But what do you do if you love everything about the dress, but you wish it had more of a train? Never fear…David Tutera to the rescue!  If you’ve found “the one,” but would like a little more glamour for your backside, David Tutera offers a detachable train that can be added to any dress to help you get the look of your dreams!


Add a fabulous finish to any wedding dress with this removable train!

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A Well Trained Bride – Part 1

Posted on August 3, 2014 by  Erin   //   Comment

As a recent bride, let me be the first to tell you that it’s just as important to look absolutely stunning from behind as it is from the front.  There will be plenty of pictures of you from behind as you walk down the aisle, while you’re standing at the alter, and of course every bride needs a professional photo to showcase the back of the dress.  One of the easiest ways to make a statement from behind is with a gorgeous train.  Luckily for all you brides-to-be, David Tutera has plenty of dresses with magnificent trains to complete your wedding day look.


Violetta – Style #213242


Dalilia – Style #213260


Dallas – Style #213250


Laney – Style #212250


Micki – Style #214208


Polly – Style #113220


Rhi – Style #214215


Roberta – Style #114285

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Who Doesn’t Love Chocolate?

Posted on August 1, 2014 by  Erin   //   Comment

Let’s face it, every girl loves chocolate.  Chocolate covered cherries, chocolate candy bars…chocolate diamonds.  How deliciously wonderful would it be to use this theme throughout your wedding.  Add touches of chocolate brown to anything from your dress to the reception tables.  Even get creative and have a chocolate table instead of a candy table for your guests to enjoy. Incorporating rich shades of brown into your decor will add a chocolaty sweetness to your big day that’s certain to leave your guests craving more.


Add some chocolaty color to your dress with David Tutera’s Hillary.


Or try a subtle touch of richness with David Tutera’s Vereda.


Even your bridesmaids will look stunning in decadent brown.


If short dresses are more your style, this dress is the perfect chocolate flavor.


Even the mother-of-the-bride will shine in shades of rich chocolate brown.


Be decked out in chocolate from head to toe!


Rich creamy shades of brown make for an amazing bridal bouquet.


Don’t forget to include your reception tables in your chocolate theme.


Switch things up with a table of delicious chocolates instead of the traditional candy table.


Finish off the night with a decadent chocolate fountain.

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Decorating with Ribbon

Posted on April 24, 2014 by  Erin   //   1 Comment

Looking for a festive way to add a cheerful pop of color to your wedding décor?  Decorating with ribbon accents is a cost effective and simple way to create and awe inspiring atmosphere.  Whimsical ribbon details can be bright and beautiful or stunning and romantic.  Whether your using them to create a cheerful ceremony backdrop, or to delicately adorn your reception chairs, ribbons easily add impact to any wedding celebration.


Statement Backdrops


Chairs with Flair


Flowing Ribbon Accents


Whimsical Decor


Romance and Elegance


Cascading Chair Decor


Simple and Eye-Catching

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Don’t Let the Sun Go Down

Posted on April 17, 2014 by  Erin   //   Comment

A perfect sunset can make for gorgeous photographs.  So why not take advantage of all that Mother Nature has to offer on your big day, and capture your love in front of a stunning backdrop.  Whether your wedding celebration takes place on a tropical beach or in a crowded city, romantic sunset photos are sure to be a welcome addition to your wedding album.

Don’t forget to step outside with your photographer as the sun begins to set, because these are pictures you definitely won’t want to miss!


True Photography


Tad Craig Photography


Noah Hamilton Photography


Photo Kisses

bride and groom view Seattle skyline at sunset

Red Box Pictures


Tim Harris Photography


Alec & T Photography


Edmund Tham

Wedding photography of a small wedding at the Grand Canyon in Ar

Jared Platt

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