With this rush of cold weather we’re having, it’s the perfect time to share this snowy European winter wedding inspiration from Jordan Weiland and Alexan Events. The team played up a color pairing of deep burgundy and rich greens, making sure not to pull too much attention from the beautiful castle venue. We’re in love, that’s for sure!
With our Focus on artisry, all florals are carefully choosen. Studio La Fleur’s exceptional color and texture combinations set your event apart from the rest of the cookie cutter looks that are currently flooding the wedding and event scene. We live to design and create new looks that will help your event set you apart. Let your personality come through. From Romantic soft looks, to edgy, modern and vintage inspired events. We are devoted to creating a beautiful event.
2016 was full of some pretty amazing wedding gowns, with new styles and trends emerging and captivating the industry. In order to help us relive some of our favorites, Maggie Sottero Designs is here to share their top pinned gowns of 2016! Merging together impeccable fit and innovative design, Maggie Sottero Designs has a unending array of great gowns to fit any budget and style. Which is your favorite?
New style McKenzie, by Maggie Sottero Designs, is both demure and romantic, featuring a fit-and-flare shape with sheer lace on the sleeves, neckline, and even the low back. You’ll be catching eyes all night in this one!
Equally impressive is the Sottero and Midgley Amélie gown, featuring a plunging V-neckline and Swarovski crystal and pearl beaded bodice that leads into layers upon layers of organza and horsehair. We absolutely love it in the champagne color, especially for brides looking for something a little outside of the box!
The beautiful Bristol from Sottero and Midgley boasts not only a shimmering lace body, but also crisscross straps across the back and a unique petal-shaped train.
Rebecca Ingram is the newest collection for Maggie Sottero Designs, and the Olivia gown is a top-pinned gown of their inaugural collection. Complete with lace motifs and an illusion back sure to steal the scene, this dress proves that wedding gowns can be both stunning and affordable.
The Hope gown from Rebecca Ingram also features an enviable design, this time with a double keyhole back and pretty lace motifs. This would be especially incredible on short hair brides!
Another affordable beauty from Rebecca Ingram is Yvonne, proving that you can get the ballgown of your dreams without breaking the bank.
Thank you Maggie Sottero Designs for sharing some of your most popular styles with us — we look forward to seeing even more in the seasons to come!
At Good Stone, we create custom jewelry for proposing. Believing that diamond jewelry doesn’t have to be defined by tradition, we celebrate our designs with transparency, quality and integrity. We design rings we like, source the diamonds and gems we want, and offer it all to those who share our tastes.
It’s no secret we love hearing what inspired the brides we feature on Ruffled when planning their wedding, and we couldn’t hide a squeal of happiness when we heard Stephanie’s inspiration for her big day was “Edwardian.” Picture moody color tones, dramatic floral arrangements, and a vintage inspired feast Kings would envy. Thank you to Tree of Life Films & Photography and Carr’s Florist & Gifts for your work on this beautiful day!
We are a boutique floral design studio based in los angeles that believes beauty creates magic. We’re talking about that whimsical, golden-hour, moment your never gonna forget kind of magic. We live for that. We love pairing different textures and adding in surprising elements to keep our designs original, organic, playful, and ethereal. We think flowers are pretty rad around here and are extremely passionate about making a brides vision come to life. We are driven by creating beauty and believe that filling a space with fresh blooms brings it to life.