Vineyard Spring 2009


Like I said, wedding dresses need pockets…

[image from brides.com]

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Reem Acra Spring 2009


I’m on the fence with this dress…I love the ruffles, but I think I would love it more if the bodice didn’t have all the beading….anyone else?

[images from Brides.com]

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Reverie by Melissa Sweet Spring 2009




I think more wedding dresses should have pockets, don’t you?

[images from Brides.com]

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Cake topper




After slaving away for nights, the cake topper is finally complete. You’ll notice Kiki, my maid of honor, putting it all together, being a good friend and all.  There are vintage flowers from Tinsel Trading, the fabric for my dress is ACTUAL fabric from my dress, Chad’s tux is velvet ribbon, and the green fabric is leftover from my vase cozies. You’ll maybe notice the dove on Chad’s shoulder and the rat peeking out from under my dress….its an inside joke that dates back to the day we got engaged…maybe one day I’ll tell it to you.

This site helped a lot with the construction, so check it out if you feel like making your own.

[images by Brooklyn Bride]

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The cake



The Martha Stewart calla cake has always been my favorite and what I envisioned my wedding cake to be. Unfortunately, its a logistical nightmare! Those clear columns separating the layers were custom and cost upwards of $60, which to me, just isn’t worth the cost for an otherwise free cake [Abigail Kirsch has their own baker deal with the cakes]. Sooo, it looks like we’ll be taking inspiration from the master, April Reed, and go with something subtle yet beautiful. We’ll probably end up doing white layers with green ribbon and yellow flowers, but who knows, that could all change in a week.

[images from Martha Stewart and April Reed]

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