What’s a dress without wearing the right pair of shoes? So goes the saying even to the prettiest bride who’ve got the million dollar wedding dress but without the sleekest pair of sparkly foot adornment.
Brides today are very lucky for they can choose from the countless number of styles and designs of wedding shoes. For the most part, they can go practical and simply have the shoes as “something that’s borrowed” but on one side, they can spend all they want to have the perfect pair carrying them through the aisle. Something that’s currently fashionable. Or something that have gone through the runway carrying famous names such as Vera Wang or Jimmy Choo or Kate Spade. Or even something that reflects the wedding ceremony or the bride’s personality – happy colored pair, dainty whites, Gothic black or romantic reds.
As wedding themes vary from traditional to modern, daylight to nighttime, indoors to outdoors, beaches to cliff sides and rivers to woods, so as the type of wedding shoes that will match the perfect fit of the dress. The perfect wedding look can be adorned with a lacy ballet wedding shoes.
Brides who ought elegance from beadwork can go for the beaded wedding pair peeping beneath the hem of the dress. The latest trend shows sparkly shoes in rhinestones and crystals. The pair may be studded or it can simply have few stones among the shiny or smooth texture of the fabric. Some shoes have perfect touch of pearls for a modest look.
Wedding pumps are simply gorgeous for brides who want to add more to their height. They can go for sparkly silver or classic white. They can also work on their style and choose to wear the gold pumps.
Italian designer shoes are all over the wedding shoe outlets everywhere. The latest style is the colored wedding pumps. The bridesmaid can share the same color of shoes. For a stylish wedding, the groom and his groomsmen can wear socks same as the color of the bride’s shoes. Aside from creating a happy ambiance, the occasion will surely be one wedding the entourage will never forget.
It’s usually chilly cold outside in winter. But you don’t have to get all bundled up for your prom. Look fabulous even when it’s frigid outdoors. Check out the winter fashion trends for prom dresses this 2013.
There is an over abundance of prom dresses to choose from. More often than not, the hunt for the perfect one gets taxing. Searching for the perfect prom dress should be an enjoyable activity not a stressful one. You can narrow down your choices by identifying the look you want to achieve.
You want to look mature? Go for the classic but elegant look. Choose a halter, high-slit floor-length prom dress in black with some bead work on the top. Or you can go bolder by picking out a red one shoulder beading dress. You want a more subdued look? Opt for a brown strapless gown with an empire silhouette. Embellish it with a bit of lace or crystals. A blue or black gown with a sweetheart neckline and an empire silhouette with beads on the waist is one show-stopping prom gown.
You want to go for a semi-formal look? Choose a halter top dress in shimmering gold with pleats. Or pick out a sexy v-neck dress in turquoise or aqua green with a bit of beads as embellishments. Dare to go yellow and let everyone turn spinach green with envy on a chiffon yellow high-low strapless dress with column and sheath silhouette and a high low hemline.
You want get the classical prom sweetheart look? Go for pastel hues like pink or lavender floor-length prom gowns. Get the organza fabric to achieve the sweetheart frilly look. And you surely can’t go wrong with a sweet apple green sweetheart gown with appliqués and a strapless ball gown silhouette.
If you want to ditch the norm and go for something out of the box and try something hipster on a prom night, go for flowy skirts and floral prints and loose wavy hair and funky accessories like a pair of nerdy eyeglasses. You don’t have to don a crazy alien outfit to look different.
Pair a shrunken leather jacket with a dark floral mini dress. Or go quirky on a loose v-neck dress, clunky bright-colored shoes and don’t forget the oversized nerdy glasses. Or simply go for an absolutely fabulously glamorous form-fitting unadorned black lace dress – polish the fuss-free look by putting on red lipstick.
There’s really nothing like a romantic love song that symbolizes the union you will share with your loved one. There are dance party wedding songs and wedding songs that range from the classics to the modern.
1. “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King
Grab that box of tissues as this ballad is a surefire tearjerker. This song was made popular by Ben E. King back in the 60s and still continues to find its way to wedding dances. There are more than 400 recorded versions of this song.
2. “Make You Feel My Love”
Okay, this song has been recorded by several artists, Kelly Clarkson and Billy Joel included. But nothing beats the soothing soulful rendition of this song by singing sensation – Adele. Perfect for a slow dance.
3. “Marry You” by Bruno Mars
Is it the look in your eyes or is it your dancing mood? This upbeat song is a sure winner for the wedding dance party.
4. “Marry Me” by Train
It’s the answer to the song Marry You.
5. “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley
This classic Elvis song will surely tickle everyone’s fancy – from your grandma to your neighbor.
6. “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra
A wedding is never complete without a romantic Sinatra song.
7. “Come Rain or Come Shine” by Ray Charles
A fitting song to remind you of what is truly essential in a marriage.
8. “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” by Aerosmith
This song gives mush a new name. The lyrics are deeply emotional
9. “As Time Goes By” by Tony Bennett
You’ll surely make your momma happy with this timeless romantic classic.
10. “God Gave Me You” by Blake Sheton
Your spouse is a gift from above. Celebrate that gift with this song.
• Wedding Bling
Identify your wedding style – is it simple? Is it ornate? Is your wedding dress unadorned and classic looking? Then go for statement jewelry – add a colorful necklace perhaps? Or a chunky eye-catching pair of earrings.
If your style is classic, go for an understated strand of pearls. A dazzling pair of diamond stud earrings is a perfect accessory as well. Depending on your personality or style, you can go for a lustrous tennis bracelet or a cocktail ring. Or splash some jewelry on your hair by using shimmering hairpins to complete the traditional bride look.
• If The Shoe Fits
Shoe lover or not, picking out the best pair of shoes to complement your wedding gown is one important wedding accessory any blushing bride shouldn’t miss. There’s a plethora of shoes to choose from that will satisfy the tastes of a finicky bride. Go for silver or gold metallic or off-white or plain white shoes. Choose something adorned with beads or lace. If you dare to go bold enough, wear your shoes as your ‘something blue’ – go for bolder colors like teal, royal blue or even navy blue.
• What’s Under is Just as Important Too
Undergarments are very important. Looking for the perfect wedding lingerie is just as vital as looking for your perfect dream wedding dress. It can make or break your look. Choose the best slips, hosiery, and garters that go well with your wedding dress.
• Within the Veil
Finding the right headdress to pull it all together is one thing you shouldn’t miss out. Pick out something that blends well with your wedding dress. Go for vintage or classic veils or tiaras. Choose something that complements your up do or down hairstyles. The veil gives a mystical feel to your bridal look.
• Personalize Your Wedding Band
One of the most significant pieces of jewelry you’ll ever own is your wedding band. It symbolizes your wedding vow. Make it personal, make it unique. Decide on what color of metal you prefer – yellow or white. Can’t decide? Why not go for a wedding band that has both colors?
You can also pick out a wedding band that comes with diamond stones or other colored gems. He wants white and you want yellow? No sweat – the colors don’t need to match. Finally, decide on what you want to engrave on your wedding bands.