After years of belting out our fave “Miss Independent”-without-him and “Since You Been Gone” break-up ballads, American Idol songstress Kelly Clarkson officially married talent manager Brandon Blackstock in an intimate Tennessee farm wedding on Oct. 20, 2013. She walked down the aisle wearing Temperley London’s ‘Jessamine’ gown and a Maria Elena headpiece. Not to mention a bouquet full of sunflowers and bluebonnets. Love her romantic meets rock-n-roll look? (We do too!) Here’s a photo gallery of 10 lookalikes you can wear to mimic her style.
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Well folks, it’s finally here! After counting down with trend predictions all week (visit Fashion Ideas for our thoughts on bridal, bridesmaid, and accessories), we’re on our way! Fall Bridal Fashion Week starts TODAY, and you know we’ll be there covering the new collections from every angle. So, let that bridal fashion fanatic (or newly engaged gal) in your life know that she’ll definitely want to be following along! We’ve said it before, but we’ll say it one last time here: join us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for fresh-from-the-runway shots, behind-the-scenes scoop, and plenty of pretty details! We’ll be documenting (somewhat obsessively) as it all goes down in real time, and starting Friday you’ll be able to view all the goodness one one page — so stay tuned for details!
What collections are you most looking forward to seeing? Any trend predictions of your own to share? Let us know what you’re most excited about in the comments!
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional, and dismissed Proposition 8. This is an exciting step forward for the LGBTQ community and for the wedding community in general (more weddings = yay!). To show our support for marriage equality, we’ve teamed up with our network partner GayWeddings.com to unveil a brand-new campaign called Wed We Can, which provides resources to couples, as well as wedding vendors and guests.
If you’re planning your same-sex wedding, congrats! Wed We Can has lots of resources for you, including:
- Finding Vendors: Search our directory of over 52,000 wedding professionals who support marriage equality, featured on GayWeddings.com
- Start Planning: We’ve got lots of easy-to-use wedding planning tools, from wedding websites to guest lists and more, to help you stay organized and spread the word about your upcoming nuptials.
- Learn More: Check out information, etiquette tips, and advice from our friends at GayWeddings.com
And even if you’re not planning a wedding, you can still show your support by spreading the word about Wed We Can. Add our gorgeous Wed We Can profile image (below) to your social networks, and use the #WedWeCan hashtag to share the love.
Dress Designer (from left to right): Watters
Only the best-dressed stars were on the red carpet at the 2013 Oscars, and we know you want to steal their looks, but who? Jennifer Lawrence continued to follow the pink wedding gown trend in her Dior Haute couture dress, while many others like Amanda Seyfried and Sandra Bullock decided to adorn themselves in lace and beading with Alexander McQueen and Elie Saab gowns, respectively. Don’t forget the sequins on Naomi Watts and Nicole Kidman’s gowns or how Charlize Theron rocked the peplum, which is one of our top 10 wedding dress trends this year. Wow, what a fashionable night to remember.
Hypothetically speaking, which actress’s gown would you wear at your wedding? Let us know in the poll below!
Photo: Heidi Elnora
Have you ever wondered what you can do with your once-worn gown after the big day? A tactic that’s become popular among budget-conscious brides these days is selling their designer dress before their wedding. On various wedding web sites, brides can inform potential buyers when their never-worn wedding gowns will be available at a discounted price.
“The economy is still not where we’d all like it to be,” Tracy DiNunzio, CEO and founder of RecycledBride.com said in a Today article. “If you find your dream gown and you know it’s a little bit out of your budget, you can guarantee you’ll make some of your money back even before you wear it.”
What do you think? Let us know in the poll below.