Dress of the Week: Tara Keely

This week we are featuring a dress that caught our eye created by Lazaro Perez in his Tara Keely collection.

Courtesy of JLM Couture

Courtesy of JLM Couture

Courtesy of JLM Couture

One of the biggest reasons why this dress caught our attention was due to the big bow belt that sits at the waist. It comes in various colors including black, white and ivory, which can tie in perfectly with your bridal party if you choose a specific color scheme for your wedding. Lazaro perfectly matched the playful bow on a strapless sweetheart dress made of silk organza and tulle.

This dress can work in any setting, whether your event is in a garden or a ballroom. What other dresses from Lazaro’s collection catch your eye?

xoxo,
Kiki

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{CUE Vendor Spotlight}: Martin Jobes

CUE has had the pleasure of working with Martin Jobes Design for several years. We thought it would be appropriate to feature one of our recommended floral designers and give you a little taste of this fabulous team’s work. We love working with Martin Jobes Design because every time we join forces, their creativity and innovative designs never fail to impress and teaming with them always results in a joyfully seamless partnership. Take a look at some of their work at our events:

Mekhala and James’ wedding:

Photos Courtesy of MJD

Martina and Michael’s Wedding:

Photos Courtesy of Jenny Ebert

A traditional Indian wedding for Rani and Jay:

Photo Courtesy of Jenny Ebert

Anne and Mike’s Wedding:

Photos Courtesy of Spencer Lum at 5 West Studios

It’s easy to see that Martin Jobes Designs is an exceptional and versatile company that can realize any vision with beauty and class. Check out their website at http://www.martinjobesdesign.com/ to view even more photos of their gorgeous designs.

Enjoy!

xoxo,

Sallie

Dress of the Week: Augusta Jones

This week, our featured Juno dress is by the lovely Augusta Jones.

Photo Courtesy of: www.augustajones.com

The dress is simple, elegant, and romantic. It’s beauty and class glow through the delicate lace and send a sexy, traditional vibe. It consists of Alecon lace, from France, and is nicknamed “Queen of Lace.” Let’s face it, who doesn’t want to feel like a queen on the day of their wedding? Marie Antoinette once wore a dress that was trimmed with Alecon lace, so not only does this dress consist of a material that dates back to the 18th Century, but it is just pure royalty.

Another reason to love the dress? The belt is an antique hand beaded jewel belt. Royal lace and an antique-style belt? Yes, please!

Augusta Jones wedding dresses are sold exclusively in certain stores around the world. You can check out more designs and stores that sell the them at www.augustajones.com.

Xoxo,

Sallie