We are thrilled to announce that we are hosting a trunk show with Duchess Custom Clothier (sartorial splendor!) and Elizabeth Dye (dreamy dresses!) Please join us!
Elizabeth will be showing her full 2011 collection as well as some unique pieces, and Duchess will be showcasing gorgeous custom suits. Both are based in Portland so be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to meet them in SF!
Hello!Lucky will be previewing new wedding stationery designs and offering free wedding invitation samples.
For more information or to book an appointment, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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We are currently crushing on the lovely wedding dresses to be found at The English Dept…wondering if it’s absolutely necessary to be getting married to own this dress! Lounging in a field of grass swathed in tulle and lace is looking quite enticing…
The English Dept. is a design studio and wedding dress boutique, carrying creations hand-picked from independent designers such as Jenny Yoo and Ivy & Aster. Owner, Elizabeth Dye, designs her own gorgeous collection of wedding gowns as well.
Seriously, does this dress fulfill all our Jane Austen wedding fantasies? Yes. Yes it does…
You can find The English Dept. here and in Portland: 1124 SW Alder Street (503) 224 0724
via the always fabulous Grey Likes Weddings
What girl doesn’t fantasize about floating about in a cloud of tulle? Ouma creates these delicate concoctions that would make even the most, ahem, possibly not-so-graceful of us, feel like a a picture of grace and ballerina-like elegance…
How dreamy is this hand-dyed ombre skirt? Coveting this deeply!
And how gorgeous would these be for bridesmaids? These are dresses that would never be relegated to the back of the closet!
You can find Ouma here and get some made-to-order fanciness of your own…
The J. Crew Weddings and Parties store opened on Madison Avenue – what a dream! Also, where can we get that desk?!
Via Perfect bound.
Have you heard of eShakti? The site has adorable Anthropologie style dresses that are customizable (!)…..are you thinking what we’re thinking? If it’s “what a great source for non-boring bridesmaids dresses that flatter all my friends different body types!”, then you’d be correct!!
Check out their entire collection here. Via Greedy Girl.
We love these pretty tea dresses from Louise Hedley of Soho Mode — they would make such perfect mix-and-match bridesmaid dresses for a vintage-inspired garden wedding.
Lovely! Via The Constant Gatherer.
We’re in love with Portland designer Sarah Seven’s romantic dresses, which we discovered thanks to Kilee at the Happy Hour Bride. These would be so perfect for bridesmaids or the bride!
Love the seafoam color of this one, and the pretty detail in the bodice.
Check out more of her work at her Etsy shop and her website.
How much are we loving the bridesmaid and flower girl dresses over at J. Crew right now? So much it hurts! I mean, how cute is this little ruffled dress?
And we just can’t decide which of these two headbands would be cuter! We’re leaning towards the green because it’s so much more unexpected for a little girl…
And of course there’s this fabulous bow clutch, available in a host of pretty colors!
And our favorite of all – this stunning grey silk dress – love the petal detail at the collar!
The stylists have paired it with these gorgeous yellow strappy heels…
and this fabulous bauble bracelet…
They’re rockin’ it over there!
And the piece de resistence – this perfect mod little party dress! Perfect for a flower girl fashionista! Way to go, J. Crew!