If sleek and sexy was what Debby was going for, then she nailed it! We loved her sultry lace look and if you did too, we think you’ll love this illusion lace look from Atria. Chloe made a bold move wearing orange on the orange carpet and it so worked for her!
The church we were married in is the same one my grandparents were married in and the church that has been in my family for many generations. We loved the tradition and history of choosing this church. Our reception venue was the original woman’s league in Ann Arbor; built in the 1800’s- it was once a rich doctor’s home and they’ve refurbished it and added a ballroom to the building.
The bride wore a Stella York gown, which gave her the dreamy look she was hoping for column wedding dresses. Cheers to the happy couple! From the bride: Like any bride, one of the first things you do in the wedding planning process is shop for ‘the dress’.
It was at our favorite beach in Laguna Beach where we both told each other our true feelings. Fast forward three more years and we were at that same beach, sitting on a white sheet with rose petals, when my husband proposed to me. Our engagement lasted a year.
From the bride: Matt proposed to me by taking me on a trip to San Francisco for some “business meetings. ” When I arrived, he was waiting for me in the live butterfly exhibit in the conservatory of flowers. I love butterflies and seeing Matt go down on one knee surrounded by butterflies was a dream come true!
In a day full of tradition, Stella York bride, Melissa, and her husband tied the knot at their alma mater, Notre Dame surrounded by the buildings and scenery they grew to love – and are full of memories. Melissa looked radiant in her Stella York wedding dress, and was perfectly complemented by their navy and gold color palette.