September 13, 2011 by jcoppock
Ok ladies let us be real here. When it comes down to your NJ wedding just about every girl wants to walk down the aisle looking like a glamorous princess from the top of the sparkling veil that sits on bride’s head to the last inch of satin fabric covering the pinky toe. As we all know as females, beauty does not come without its price whether through monetary expense or physical pain. But how much pain should a bride endure on her special day to look like a princess?
Recently released by Parisian designer, Vouelle has showcased their bridal sneakers during Paris Fashion Week. Not to say that we are against being comfortable in all, but do it with some class. There are some more classic looking shoes available on the market that can do the job with flair.
One of the most interesting and fun ways to make your shoes unique is to consider color. If you are looking for that “something blue,” shoes could be the fun element to include with it. This is also an especially helpful option to consider if you have a dress that is off-white or ivory.
Of course everyone has their own personal tastes and makes their style unique. Here we have some photos of what some of our brides have worn on their feet while dancing the night away at our central NJ wedding reception halls.
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July 27, 2011 by jcoppock
Fashion—it along with everything else related to NJ weddings is constantly evolving with time and trends. Interestingly, Hotels Unlimited wanted to look at some of the history of interesting wedding dresses and how they have changed with time. Believe it or not, before Queen Victoria was married in 1840, brides simply wore their best dress. It wasn’t until Queen Victoria that white gowns caught on.
Photo found on http://www.summer-dresses.info/
Photo found via http://weddingdressesgallery.com/?cat=3
Photo found via http://www.wedding-alberta.com/2011/06/27/1920-wedding-dresses/
Photo found via: http://rivalscostumes.blogspot.com/
Photo found via: http://www.fashion-era.com/Weddings/1965_old_wedding_photos.htm
Photo found via: http://blog.bridepower.com/picture-perfect-post-a-wedding-fashion-flashback/01/30/2010/1980s-wedding-dress/
Which is your favorite?
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