My wedding dress, bolero + veil for SALE! *SOLD*

October 2009Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title October 2009, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Article CB VINTAGE, Article fashion, Article OUR WEDDING, Article SOUTHERN CHARM, Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

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It's true! I have decided to sell my beautiful and beloved wedding dress, bolero and veil. While it was a tough choice, I have to admit it seems a waste for such a gorgeous frock to hang in my closet and receive no love while another bride could be enjoying it on her big day!

So, if you're interested, I've created some boards below that showcase almost all angles of the ensemble, as well as detail shots. Peruse at your leisure and if you still find yourself interested or with questions, shoot me an e-mail. Serious inquiries only, please!


ABOUT
The dress is a strapless, tea-length style and is made of ivory Alençon lace {a lace with a floral design on a sheer net background}. The lace is hand-beaded with pearls, clear glass beads and clear sequins. The dress has a natural waist with a satin belt and the skirt is lined with 8 layers of tulle. It is a true size 4 and the style is no longer available in bridal salons. *SOLD*

The bolero jacket is a custom-made piece. It was constructed by a hired seamstress and features a scalloped neck and three-quarter length sleeves. It was lovingly and heavily hand-beaded by my very talented mother who spent over 2,500 hours hand-beading pearls, glass beads and sequins in extremely intricate patterns to achieve the couture look that we couldn't find in the southeast. The beading on the bolero is beyond stunning in person and matches the dress to a tee. A truly exquisite piece. There are also clear clasps {making them invisible} on both the bolero and the dress to secure the bolero in place. They worked perfectly on my wedding day. *SOLD*

The blusher veil is simple and lovely. It is made of a single layer of ivory tulle and has a hair comb to ensure that it stays in place. *SOLD*

All pieces are in pristine condition with no spots, stains or evidence of wear.


PRESS

My bridal attire has been featured in both prestigious magazines and popular blogs and I have received so many wonderful compliments about my oh-so-classic look since the big day. Here are a few sweet highlights:
  • InStyle Weddings loved the look and said I had "incredible bridal style."
    To see the full feature, click here.
  • My wedding graced the pages of the uber-stylish Australian magazine, Wedding Style Guide this past spring. Here is an excerpt regarding my wedding day attire from the 4-page spread:
    "The bride was a true classic beauty, every detail carefully planned. Her lace bolero jacket was tailored for Sarah and lovingly hand-beaded by her mother."To see the full feature, click here.
  • My wedding and attire is also featured in the current Irish wedding glossy, B Magazine, in a 5-page spread. Click here to see the full feature.
If you'd like to see more photos of the ensemble, visit my Facebook photo gallery here.
And if you'd like more information/images/pricing, e-mail me at theclassicbride@gmail.com and I'll be happy to oblige.

{All images by Look Photography}

It's true! I have decided to sell my beautiful and beloved wedding dress, bolero and veil. While it was a tough choice, I have to admit it seems a waste for such a gorgeous frock to hang in my closet and receive no love while another bride could be enjoying it on her big day!

So, if you're interested, I've created some boards below that showcase almost all angles of the ensemble, as well as detail shots. Peruse at your leisure and if you still find yourself interested or with questions, shoot me an e-mail. Serious inquiries only, please!


ABOUT
The dress is a strapless, tea-length style and is made of ivory Alençon lace {a lace with a floral design on a sheer net background}. The lace is hand-beaded with pearls, clear glass beads and clear sequins. The dress has a natural waist with a satin belt and the skirt is lined with 8 layers of tulle. It is a true size 4 and the style is no longer available in bridal salons. *SOLD*

The bolero jacket is a custom-made piece. It was constructed by a hired seamstress and features a scalloped neck and three-quarter length sleeves. It was lovingly and heavily hand-beaded by my very talented mother who spent over 2,500 hours hand-beading pearls, glass beads and sequins in extremely intricate patterns to achieve the couture look that we couldn't find in the southeast. The beading on the bolero is beyond stunning in person and matches the dress to a tee. A truly exquisite piece. There are also clear clasps {making them invisible} on both the bolero and the dress to secure the bolero in place. They worked perfectly on my wedding day. *SOLD*

The blusher veil is simple and lovely. It is made of a single layer of ivory tulle and has a hair comb to ensure that it stays in place. *SOLD*

All pieces are in pristine condition with no spots, stains or evidence of wear.


PRESS

My bridal attire has been featured in both prestigious magazines and popular blogs and I have received so many wonderful compliments about my oh-so-classic look since the big day. Here are a few sweet highlights:

  • InStyle Weddings loved the look and said I had "incredible bridal style."
    To see the full feature, click here.
  • My wedding graced the pages of the uber-stylish Australian magazine, Wedding Style Guide this past spring. Here is an excerpt regarding my wedding day attire from the 4-page spread:
    "The bride was a true classic beauty, every detail carefully planned. Her lace bolero jacket was tailored for Sarah and lovingly hand-beaded by her mother."To see the full feature, click here.
  • My wedding and attire is also featured in the current Irish wedding glossy, B Magazine, in a 5-page spread. Click here to see the full feature.
If you'd like to see more photos of the ensemble, visit my Facebook photo gallery here.
And if you'd like more information/images/pricing, e-mail me at theclassicbride@gmail.com and I'll be happy to oblige.

{All images by Look Photography}

Real Wedding: Modern Glam meets Backyard Chic

October 2009Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title October 2009, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

Judul : Real Wedding: Modern Glam meets Backyard Chic
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October 2009

When I saw a sneak peek of Mike and Kristen's wedding on Look Photography's {fabulous} blog, I immediately e-mailed Vicki to find out more and to get an insider's look at the beautiful, very outside-the-box-style wedding. Once I saw the photos, I knew I had to share ... so scroll down for more eye candy and a short interview with the lovely bride ...

CB: Describe your wedding style in 5 words or less:
Kristen: Classic. Informal. Personal. Spectacular, Spectacular.

CB: Tell me what made you decide to have an intimate, backyard wedding.
K: We wanted a location that was personal to us – where we would always be reminded of the day and the love of not only our friends and family – but for each other. We bought the house knowing we wanted to be married at home – it exceeded our expectations and while we thought it might bring additional stress to planning – it was surprisingly peaceful and exciting.

CB: What is your favorite memory of the day?
K: Standing together at dark watching the sky lanterns take off and our guests illuminated by the the candle light, light on the bars, and light of the lanterns. It was as if time stood still for that moment.

CB: Favorite detail?
K: We loved having our friends play our wedding music. We loved seeing each other for the first time in our own back yard. We loved having the event feel like many different moments and that it kept changing with different sounds, light, food, and signature drinks. It was spectacular.

I love how cozy the backyard setting was and the incredibly glamorous vibe it took on after the sun went down:
Thanks for sharing a little bit of your big day with us, Kristen and Mike, and best wishes for a wonderful future together!

{All images by Look Photography}

When I saw a sneak peek of Mike and Kristen's wedding on Look Photography's {fabulous} blog, I immediately e-mailed Vicki to find out more and to get an insider's look at the beautiful, very outside-the-box-style wedding. Once I saw the photos, I knew I had to share ... so scroll down for more eye candy and a short interview with the lovely bride ...

CB: Describe your wedding style in 5 words or less:
Kristen: Classic. Informal. Personal. Spectacular, Spectacular.

CB: Tell me what made you decide to have an intimate, backyard wedding.
K: We wanted a location that was personal to us – where we would always be reminded of the day and the love of not only our friends and family – but for each other. We bought the house knowing we wanted to be married at home – it exceeded our expectations and while we thought it might bring additional stress to planning – it was surprisingly peaceful and exciting.

CB: What is your favorite memory of the day?
K: Standing together at dark watching the sky lanterns take off and our guests illuminated by the the candle light, light on the bars, and light of the lanterns. It was as if time stood still for that moment.

CB: Favorite detail?
K: We loved having our friends play our wedding music. We loved seeing each other for the first time in our own back yard. We loved having the event feel like many different moments and that it kept changing with different sounds, light, food, and signature drinks. It was spectacular.

I love how cozy the backyard setting was and the incredibly glamorous vibe it took on after the sun went down:
Thanks for sharing a little bit of your big day with us, Kristen and Mike, and best wishes for a wonderful future together!

{All images by Look Photography}

Engagement shoot with Katie Stoops

October 2009Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title October 2009, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

Judul : Engagement shoot with Katie Stoops
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I absolutely love her photography style and if J and I ever have another photo shoot {are there 'married' shoots? I think a trend needs to be started there} ... we will so have to include some cupcakes! Adorable!!!

{Images from Open Air Photography by Katie Stoops via Brooklyn Bride}


I absolutely love her photography style and if J and I ever have another photo shoot {are there 'married' shoots? I think a trend needs to be started there} ... we will so have to include some cupcakes! Adorable!!!

{Images from Open Air Photography by Katie Stoops via Brooklyn Bride}

Southern spotlight: Drayton Hall

October 2009Hallo friend Vintage Feed Shack, At the article you read this time with the title October 2009, have prepared this article well for you to read and take the information in it. Article SOUTHERN CHARM, Hopefully the contents of this post we write you can understand. Okay, happy reading.

Judul : Southern spotlight: Drayton Hall
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