Royal Wedding part 2? Kate Moss got married last week to Jamie Hince of The Kills in Southrop, England and I thought the wedding was gorgeous. Loved the gaggle of flowergirls with flower crowns – so bohemian, so Kate! – Tram @Phi-Style.com
Kate’s dress was John Galliano while Jamie wore Stefano Pilati for Yves Saint Laurent. I’m not one for sequins and sparkles, but the scattered gold sequins trailing down the dress, expanding into gold leaves along an unfinished train was so beautiful. Elegant, yet keeping in line with Kate’s bohemian aesthetic.
However, I think my absolute favorite part of Kate’s bridal ensemble was the veil. Loved this so much! Swept over the head and fastened with tiny flowers on one side like a cap, flowing down to a finger-tip length. Lovely and romantic.
Hello Vané and everyone at Brooklyn Bride! I haven’t stopped by in a while but glad to be back. Lately I’ve been inspired by the nostalgia of airmail, or as many would say “par avion”. There is something so romantic about this little postal declaration and so many charming ways you could embellish your wedding paper accessories with this theme … particularly with destination weddings! Below are a few of my faves. *A
above: wedding dinner menu by chewing thc cud • set of rubber stamps by cavalini • save the date by checkerboard • tag assortment by red velvet flower • hand lettered envelope labels by kis for calligraphy
I almost forgot to mention…Bklynpillow is in the new issue of Brides Local, on newstands now! The challenge behind these looks was to create a wedding around the aesthetic of a store…mine was West Elm, but there was also Anthropologie, Sephora, and Crabtree & Evelyn. Halfway through, I discovered that my friends at Mark Joseph Cakes and Fleurs were also in on the same challenge…check out what everyone came up with in the issue! It just goes to show, you can find inspiration everywhere.
[image from Brides Local]