In a return to romance Bonilla presented wedding gowns with fitted bodices and dreamy full skirts.
For years, the House of Dagnez was a small, family run design house in Poland. Ewa Dunikowska, the principal designer at the fashion house, inadvertently changed all that with her fabulous wedding gown collections, taking The House of Dagnez from a regional source of niche gowns to a well-known and respected name in the world of bridal fashion.
Long a household name in Poland, the House of Dagnez is the go-to designer for Polish brides. They also specialize in unusual evening gowns and other formal attire, all with a dramatic and daring flair. The popularity of their designs landed on center stage when Ewa Dunikowska’s gowns began showing up on beauty pageant contestants and high society brides in and around Poland. In no time women from all over Europe were clamoring for a House of Dagnez gown.
The creative mind behind the Jim Hjelm wedding gown line is Francesca Pitera. A former senior designer at St. John, Pitera is known for creating detailed and well constructed modern wedding gowns with a touch of whimsy. Her gowns have been described as current, romantic, and luxurious by fashion editors.
The Making Memories Foundation has come up with a fantastic way for brides to help in the fight against breast cancer. Brides Against Breast Cancer is proving to be very successful way to raise money for breast cancer research and to help those who are suffering from the disease.
Have you always dreamed of a fairytale wedding? If so, Scotland is the perfect location for your destination wedding. Castles and culture combine with Scotland’s verdant landscapes to provide a romantic and unforgettable wedding setting.
Scotland first became famous for “destination weddings” in 1754. When the king of England passed a law stating that only church weddings where both the bride and groom were 21 years of age would be recognized hundreds of lovers eloped to the Scottish border town of Gretna Green .
One would not normally place weddings and volcanoes in the same sentence but a visit to the Santorini will give you a new perspective on unique Greek wedding destinations. The volcanic island of Santorini is one of the hottest locations today for destination weddings.
The island of Santorini is both mysterious and beautiful- a combination that enchants hundreds of couples every year. The island is also surrounded by some pretty strange rumors. Is it the location of the lost city of Atlantis? Do vampires live in the volcanoes? Rest assured that the mystery surrounding the island will only add romance and excitement to your wedding.
Every culture has its own unique wedding traditions. Greece, a popular destination wedding location, has many unusual traditions that make a Greek wedding ceremony memorable. Whether you are planning a destination wedding to Greece or want to acknowledge your Greek heritage in your wedding, here is a quick glance at the some of those wedding traditions.
- April is a good choice ("Marry in April if you can, joy for maiden and for man") but May is best avoided ("Marry in May and rue the day.") Saturdays also are considered a rather unlucky choice to tie the knot.
It seems Paris has forever been considered one of the world's most magical and romantic cities and this makes it an ideal location for a honeymoon. From the rich, aromatic and sinfully delicious culinary delights, stunning architecture and exceptional variety of shopping opportunities of the city center to the vast scenery and historical sites of it's outer edges, Paris leaves it's mark on the heart of all who encounter it's splendor.
From the moment you say “yes” when asked by the man of your dreams if you will marry him, there is a lot of work to be done. Planning the wedding ceremony and reception, negotiating prices with vendors, trying to keep both sets of parents happy and juggling the hundreds of other details. Not to mention planning your honeymoon and wrestling trains, planes and automobiles to get to your chosen destination. In fact, regardless of the overall joy surrounding the union, your wedding is high on the list of life's most stressful events.