The big day is here and everyone has finally had the chance to see the long awaited Royal wedding. There has been a lot of hype leading up to this event. The biggest question was “what will Kate’s dress look like?”. Now we know!
Kate chose a long sleeved lace and ivory satin design by Sarah Burton. For those of you who do not recognize the name, Sarah Burton is the Creative Director for the late Alexander McQueen.
We found the dress to be classic and elegant. Kate embodied everything a princess should be on her wedding day. The gown was definitely reminiscent of Grace Kelly’s wedding dress. We can think of no better person to emulate.
Romance is the central theme of any love story and red roses are a universally recognized symbol of romance. When many fantasize about their perfect day they envision it abundantly adorned with those scarlet petals. Newlyweds Martina and Michael were thrilled to realize their dream. Using plentiful pops of red and retelling their romance by replacing table numbers with the names of places meaningful to them, Martina and Michael successfully created a wedding based on the true reasons for their happiness.
The girls at CUE had a blast planning this wedding as well as executing it. Congratulations to Martina and Michael and may you create many more rosy memories together as husband and wife!
Spring is in the air – and it’s one of the primary sources of inspiration for many designers when creating their new season’s line. Monique Lhuillier beautifully incorporates springtime themes in her Spring 2011 line up. This is one dress that caught our eye!
Lhuillier appropriately names this wedding dress “Precious” to perfectly complement your precious moment. Donning this dress will be the icing on the cake for your springtime wedding. This masterpiece is detailed with cascading butterflies and a draped bodice trumpet.