Plunging Vs may have reigned supreme at Bridal Fashion Week, but there were also gorgeous options on the opposite side of the spectrum. High-neck gowns are ultra-elegant and regal, perfect for the bride who wants a timeless look. They are especially flattering for women who are on the taller side or have broad shoulders.
Deep necklines were by far the biggest (and sexiest) trend to emerge from Bridal Fashion Week this season. Even designers with a demure and ladylike aesthetic (think Marchesa and Anne Barge) dared to bare with this glamorous, fashion-forward look. A V-neck streamlines and lengthens the torso, making it an excellent choice for petite or full-busted brides. Balance out the sultry factor with long sleeves or illusion paneling.
The Internet is a veritable treasure trove of free wedding stuff — if you just know where to look. We’ve unearthed the most adorable DIY templates for ceremony programs, table numbers, signs, games, and so much more that you can produce yourself using paper, a printer, and a few easy-to-find craft supplies.
Planning a wedding is no easy feat. But many couples get so wrapped up in the details and attempting to make everything perfect that they forget their vendors have gone through these same motions hundreds of times and can provide invaluable guidance. For example, after seeing a handful of wedding films and videography packages, you may think you know exactly what you need (and what you don’t). However, here are five secrets your wedding cinematographer wishes you knew: