Check out this little trailer from The Flashdance for their Mega Dancing Montage - dance clips from every movie ever (okay, maybe not, but from lots of movies). Buy the whole thing to project on the wall of your wedding or party! (There’s also a cocktail montage if that’s more your style.)
There are so many beautiful engagement rings out there, but some of my very favorites are vintage or antique. My own engagement ring is a garnet cocktail ring from the 1920′s, and I love that no one else has anything like it. (Being eco-friendly was an added bonus of going with something vintage.) Not everyone has a family heirloom ring to pass down, but the internet makes it insanely easy to find beautiful antique bling (I could spend hours browsing 1stdibs). Anyway, I have a folder of pretties that I’ve bookmarked, and thought it would be fun to share them with you…
Don’t you love them?! Are you hoping for (or wearing) a vintage engagement ring? Do you prefer unexpected stones or classic diamonds?
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Ever since Spanish designer, Helena Mareque, appeared on my radar I’ve been itching to share her gorgeous wedding gowns with you. High necks, sleeves, subtle embellishments – they’re all just so romantic! The amazing veils her brides choose to wear are equally stunning. See for yourself…
After the royal wedding, I imagine we’ll be seeing lots more long-sleeved wedding gowns…
I cannot get over the sheer golden sleeves on this next one…
A few weeks ago I included a link to General Knot & Co. in my weekend round-up post, but I thought it would be fun to do a whole feature with some of the designs I like most. Plus, one lucky reader will win a $100 gift certificate to General Knot & Co., so that’s fun too!
General Knot & Co.‘s neckties, bow ties and pocket squares are made from fine vintage fabrics with unique prints and patterns. Each design is a limited edition, made in the USA, and frankly, they make me want to start wearing neckties. I especially love that there are reverse designs of each tie – I imagine one for the groom, and then groomsmen in the reverse.
How about a whole set for your wedding party? Here are some ties that a groom commissioned for himself and his attendants. Each tie is different, but the coordinating colors create a cohesive look. What a fun one-of-a-kind gift for your groomsmen!
How about corresponding neck ties and bow ties for the wedding party?
Outfit your gents! Leave a comment here telling me your favorite item available at General Knot & Co., and a randomly selected person will receive a $100 gift certificate. You have until Thursday at 5:00pm Pacific time to enter, and I’ll announce the winner on Friday morning.
Update! This contest is now closed!