The doors wedding decoration spring 2010 inviting entryways make an unforgettable first impression.
Formal The Door Wedding Decoration
Inspired by the decorative medallions found in colonial interiors, these twin wreaths strike a sophisticated note.
Wintry The Door Wedding Decoration
In the case of humble ingredients, more is more. Here, one of the world's least-expensive flowers, baby's breath, is massed in stone pots and above the door like mounds of snow.
Beachy The Door Wedding Decoration
This maritime bower channels the sound of the surf. The infrastructure is a metal chain from a hardware store, hung above the door (we anchored it to an overhead lamp) and nailed to each side of the arch.
Springy The Door Wedding Decoration
Classic springtime blooms fill the flower boxes that flank the doorway; flats of wheatgrass define the walkway.
Classical The Door Wedding Decoration
Decorating with architectural forms like obelisks and spheres may sound chilly, but when they're covered with lush green bay leaves and placed around a carpet of moss, the result is sophisticated whimsy.
Luxurious gorgeous gowns from Maria Karin’s Couture 2011 wedding dress collection. A more common style, but very pretty nonetheless. The never seriously considered an off shoulder number before, but I just went to a wedding where the bride wore one and looked absolutely fabulous.
Sugar Kei collection of sweet wedding dress is perfect for the bride who loves a bit of drama and a lot of fun. Interesting choice of prints for a wedding gown, these two dresses look like Japanese origami or patterned washi paper. Adore the color combination on the right.
J.Crew wedding gown with a delightful collection of pretty, and romantic gowns from the Fall Weddings and Parties Lookbook 2010. Brimming with dress-up potential, it is also striking with minimal accessories as shown below.
Beautiful gowns with structure and movement from Ritva Westenius. The outrageous braided hair worn by the model bride wearing the Beatrice dress below is reminiscent of a Chosun dynasty-era gisaeng style tre meori which features a large coil of pleated hair.