Ah-mazing! Lazaro does it again. At Bridal Fashion Week in April, Lazaro showed his new Spring 2013 collection. Yards and yards of tulle dominated the collection with exquisite, intricate detailing. We cannot wait to receive these dresses this fall!
You have your dress picked out and now you need to find out how you want your hair to look. Can’t decide between up or down? See some photos below for hair inspiration!
For a more casual, romantic look, soft loose curls are perfect.
If you are getting married somewhere hot and humid, consider putting your hair up to avoid sweat and frizz.
Don’t be scared to accessorize your hair! To create a soft, vintage look add a floral headband.
We have an exciting promo happening right now for all of you brides-to-be! Book a bridal consultation with Delica Bridal BEFORE May 31st and be entered to win a travel voucher for $1,000! A perfect gift for a perfect honeymoon!
To get started, call to book a bridal consultation with one of our educated bridal experts at 780.465.3604 or you can book an appointment online here.
Delica Bride: Erica
We had the wonderful pleasure of helping Erica find her dream wedding dress. Erica and her husband shared an intimate wedding with close family and friends on January 7th and the photos look BEAUTIFUL! Erica looked stunning in her one of a kind Jewel by Priscilla of Boston dress. Congratulations Erica on finding love and having such a lovely wedding!
How much are you willing to spend on your dream wedding dress? See the top 5 most expensive wedding gowns EVER made:
#5 Grace Kelly’s Helen Rose Gown: $65,000
Grace Kelly who married Prince Rainier in 1956 wore an extravagant wedding gown that was full of intricate lace details. It has been suggested that Grace Kelly’s wedding dress provided the inspiration for Kate Middelton’s Royal Wedding gown.
#4 Kim Kardashian’s THREE Vera Wang Gowns: $75,000
Despite the fact that her marriage didn’t last very long, Kim Kardashian made sure she was in the spotlight on her wedding day. With three dresses, all custom designed by Vera Wang, this girl spent approximately $75,000 (total) on her wedding dresses.
#3 Kate Middleton’s Alexander McQueen Gown: $400,000
People all across the world watched Kate Middleton marry Prince William in her Alexander McQueen dress. Made from the most luxurious and exquisite fabrics this dress was definitely fit for a princess.
#2 Yumi Katsura’s $8.5 Million Dress
Yes, that’s right…$8.5 million. The Japanese designer Yumi Katsura designed a wedding gown with a five carat white gold diamond and 1,000 pearls. This gown has yet to find a bride. Any takers?
#1 Princess Diana’s David Emanuel Gown: Priceless
Who doesn’t remember this dress. With layers upon layers of fabric and 10,000 pearls and sequins, this dramatic gown has no price.
For all of you brides hoping to find the perfect dress for your maids, we’ve got you covered! Jenny Yoo has designed a bridesmaid dress with alternate necklines and skirt details. The dress comes in both short AND long and can be tied in 16 different ways. They come in a variety of colors and are totally wearable again! Now all of your bridesmaids can buy the same dress and wear it in their own unique way!
Jenny Yoo Keira: Patent Pending
Jenny Yoo Aidan: Patent Pending
March Madness Month
For the month of March Delica Bridal will be running a Jenny Yoo bridesmaids promotion. Receive 10% OFF all Jenny Yoo bridesmaids dresses for the month of March!
Several celebrities are getting married this summer and we can’t wait to see what dresses they choose to wear for their big day! See some of our top dress picks for each of the famous brides-to-be!
Brittany Spears: We think that the pop princess will choose something that is simple but with a modern touch. But then again, this girl is full of surprises- she did get hitched in Vegas!
Alvina Valenta 9204 Lazaro 3208
Anne Hathaway: One word- classic. We expect Anne to go with a classic traditional gown with timeless elements.
Alvina Valenta 9209 Alvina Valenta 9206
Jessica Biel: Jessica usually goes for a classic, sultry look. We hope to see her in something that has a nice mix of sexiness and elegance.
Lazaro 3064 Jim Hjelm Blush 1202
I thought for this post we could switch things up a little bit. Recently I can’t help but obsess over the impeccable style of grooms and their groomsmen. Tailored suits, patterned ties, suspenders, bow ties- we love it all! Like bridesmaids, we are seeing a lot of variety in groomsmen attire. To get a vintage, casual look, you can mix bow ties with suspenders. We are also seeing a shift away from the typical black suit and more towards suits that are neutral in color like beige or even a light shade of grey. It’s becoming more and more common for grooms to switch up their footwear as well. They’re opting for a more casual look by choosing to wear sneakers instead of dress shoes.I love how men are becoming more adventurous in their fashion choices! Keep them coming boys.
Want more bridal inspiration? Follow us on Pinterest by clicking here.