When a planning a wedding, one of the most personal & exciting elements a bride considers is her dress. The CUE girls are here to help with some dresses we love to offer you some inspiration!
This is our pick for Dress of the Week.
This dress was designed by Oscar de la Renta himself. From his Spring 2011 collection, this beauty is a one-of-a-kind stunner wrapped in a sheath of lace that radiates elegance and grace. A unique detail that caught our attention is the train. For years now trains have been left entirely to personal preference and are not at all de rigeur. For those of you who are on the fence, Oscar de la Renta cleverly modernizes the train by adding a pop of color, fashioning it from a contrasting material and “attaching” it as a bow to the back of the dress.
Follow our new Dress of the Week series for our featured gowns including picks for the bride or her bridesmaids. We’d love to hear your thoughts as well as recommendations for gorgeous gowns that have caught your eye.
The elegant mid-May wedding between Jade and Ryan at Glen Cove mansion provided the perfect romantic escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for this Manhattan couple. The simplicity in design, the pops of pink color, and the romantic glow of candle light in both the ceremony and reception tied together the special details for this estate wedding.
The girls of Curtain Up Events were found working their hardest to transform this rustic mansion into something special by adding little details throughout the space. With the banisters swagged with sheer fabric and gold ribbon, the windows lined with flower petals and candles, and the isle glowing in the dusk light, everything came together for this rather intimate affair.
Ceremony and Reception: Glen Cove Mansion
Floral: Flowers by Topaz
Photography: E. Leigh Photography
Videography: Kiss the Bride Films
Design and Coordination: Curtain Up Events
Thank you to all of the vendors that worked so hard to make Jade and Ryan’s day special!
We would also like to extend a super-duper thank you to the amazing photographer Erin Leigh (and her awesome photographer husband Mat) for sharing these beautiful photos with us.