Dress of the Week: Liancarlo

This dress of the week is by Liancarlo. The Miami-based company was established in 1981 by designer Carlos Ramirez. Lincarlo creates evening dresses as well as bridal gowns, and everything the company produces is 100% made in the USA.

All images courtesy of Liancarlo

My favorite thing about this dress is that not only is it available in the traditional white or ivory, it is also made in shell (shown). The crystal-beaded and embroidered tulle is fashioned as a fit and flare, strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and skirt petals. It also has a beaded pearl/crystal sash in platinum. The details on this dress are incredible! What do you think?

Xoxo,

Sheri

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Dress of the Week: Sareh Nouri

Today’s Dress of the Week is White Swan by the beautiful and talented Sareh Nouri.

Photo Courtesy of Sareh Nouri

This gorgeous creation is crafted from silk tulle, silk taffeta, French alencon & chantilly lace.  We find it to be truly dreamy.

Photo courtesy of Sareh Nouri

White Swan can be found with our friends at Exquisite Bride in Millburn, NJ.

Is this your dream gown?  We want to know!

xoxo,

Danielle

Dress of the Week: Alvina Valenta

This week’s dress of the week is by Alvina Valenta. This elegant gown is a one shoulder tulle bridal ball gown with a chantilly lace bodice and tulle illusion overlay. It has beautiful silk ribbon and flower detail at the natural waist with a swirling multi-tiered tulle skirt and horsehair detail. This dress, offered in white and ivory, is sure to “wow” you!

All images courtesy of Alvina Valenta

Let us know your thoughts!

Xoxo,

Sheri

Things We Love: Sally Hansen Nail Strips

Sally knows that nails are the best accessory. Now, Sally makes it easy to get a salon effect any time, any place. It wears like nail polish because it IS nail polish. No dry time, so you’re ready to go. With 40 different patterns and colors, there’s something for everyone. It lasts up to ten days and removes easily with nail polish remover. All you need to do is peel, apply, file, and go!

Photo courtesy of Sally Hansen

Each kit includes 16 nail polish strips, a cuticle stick, a mini file/buffer, and instructions for convenient at-home application.

The CUE girls decided to try the product to see for ourselves and the results were fabulous!

 

Xoxo,

Sheri

Dress of the Week: Jenny Lee

If you love lace as much as I do, then you’re going to adore this dress of the week! Jenny Lee is not only an incredible designer, she is also an amazing inspiration. She began choosing her own fabrics to design clothes at the tender age of six! In 1995 she opened her first boutique and it has gone national since then.  It is clear that her hard work and remarkable talent have paid off.

All photos courtesy of Jenny Lee

This stunning fit N flare dress is made with silk taffeta and lace. It is strapless with an attached court train and a sweetheart neckline. The gown is available in white and ivory to suit your style.

We’d love to hear what you think!

Xoxo,

Sheri

{CUE Real Wedding}: Ali + Mark, part 2

Ali and Mark choose CinemaCake to capture their special day, and they did a phenomenal job! But don’t let me tell you about it, watch the video below and see for yourself.

Video courtesy of CinemaCake

A short  version of the video was live edited and shown at the reception so the couple could watch it with all of their guests. Above is the extended version.

Xoxo,

Sheri

{CUE Real Wedding}: Ali + Mark, part 1

Ali and Mark choose to keep things classy with an elegant black and white, flowerless wedding. The couple had a beautiful ceremony at world famous St. Patrick’s Cathedral which finished in classic NYC style as a saxophone player serenaded the newlyweds and their guests as they exited down the cathedral steps.

It was then on to Le Parker Meridien NY for the cocktail hour and reception in the penthouse pool and Estrella penthouse, respectively, which provided breathtaking views of the city below.

For the cocktail hour CUE transformed the penthouse pool into an elegant event space.

The escort card table, draped in white linen, was covered with black faux crystals upon which laid the escort cards, each hand-crafted into delicate feathers. Candles of various sizes, some with crystal lining, stood behind the table numbers. A black rococo mirror set above the table reflected the candlelight adding a romantic touch of opulence.

   

CUE created a modern, clean, black and white theme in the Penthouse space for the reception. Sheer white draping flowed out from the center chandelier to the four corners of the room. Each column of the penthouse was enveloped in a dramatic layer of white sheer voile giving the room a dramatic air. Round dinner tables were draped in white linen and set with black cotton napkins for contrast. Table numbers in black ink were set in white resin Rococo frames and each table also had an elegant black, crystal draped candelabra.

As a final touch, the room was filled with frosted white votives.

The girls at CUE had a fabulous time putting together this unforgettable wedding. Congratulations to Ali and Mark as they begin their new adventure together!

Xoxo,

Sheri

Wedding Photographer: Joseph Lin Photography

Detail Photographer: Bree Warner Photography

Video: CinemaCake

Band – Elan Artists: The Elements

Candelabra rental – 28th Street Marketplace

Saxophone player – Morgan from Hire Juilliard Students

Draping – WMD Designs

Lighting: Robert Stark Lighting