Photos by Dan Lecca
Jennifer Aniston’s engagement to Justin Theroux was this week’s big news in celebrity wedding world. We immediately started brainstorming about which wedding dress the fashionable star would wear on her big day (something modern, form-fitting, and sleek, most likely), and found that there were several gowns from Romona Keveza’s new collection that would certainly suit her. The four gowns pictured above were our favorites – the two white gowns are from Romona Keveza’s bridal couture collection, and the two colored gowns are part of her evening gown collection. And yes, we do think Jennifer might wear a hue other than white for her second wedding – and black and red are two of her favorite colors for her red carpet appearances.
Are you a fan of these gowns for Jennifer (or yourself)? Check out the rest of Romona Keveza’s wedding dresses here.
We are feeling awfully patriotic here at WeddingWire HQ this week, and wanted to share a little red, white, and blue wedding dress inspiration. Of course, there are an abundance of white wedding dresses out there, but we found it interesting that two of the most popular non-white wedding dress colors from the most recent bridal market were red and (pale) blue.
Photos by Dan Lecca
Red: Vera Wang‘s entire collection (including the dress at top, left) was in shades of red and burgundy, while the finale gown at Romona Keveza (top, right) was a rich shade of crimson.
White: Layers and layers of white tulle on these ballgowns by Maggie Sottero (center, left) and Kenneth Pool (center, right).
Blue: Pale blue wedding dresses appeared in several collections, including Oscar de la Renta (bottom, left), and Angel Sanchez (bottom, right).
What do you think of these red, white, and blue wedding gowns? Let us know in the comments!
Lots of brides covet a v-neck wedding dress not only because it’s flattering, but also because v-necks are so versatile. Whether you’re looking for a princess-y ballgown, a slinky, sexy style, or a beach-worthy gown, there’s likely a v-neck out there to fit the bill. We picked our favorite brand-new v-neck wedding dresses from the most recent New York Bridal Market (they’ll be available soon at a bridal salon near you), but we also want to know which v-neck style is your favorite?
Dresses by (from left): Jim Hjelm, Legends by Romona Keveza, Sarah Jassir
Photos by Dan Lecca
So tell us:
One of the best pieces of wedding-planning advice we can share is: Don’t go shopping for your wedding gown until you’ve booked your venue. Sure, it may be tempting to go shopping as soon as you have that ring on your finger, but avoid the pull of the bridal salon until you’re all squared away on your wedding site. Here why: Different types of wedding dresses look best at different types of venues. If you’re getting married on the beach, for example, you probably don’t want to wear a big, heavy ballgown. And vice versa – a barely-there sheath might not be appropriate at a grand house of worship or ballroom. Check out these examples from our Fashion Ideas section:
Dresses by (clockwise from top left): Anna Maier/Ulla-Maija Couture, Anne Barge, Romona Keveza, Encore by Watters
All photos by Dan Lecca
If you’re having a wedding in a large space, like a hotel ballroom or a house of worship, look for gowns that have the grandeur to match, like these ballgown wedding dresses.
Marrying outdoors, a garden or backyard perhaps? Choose a romantic wedding gown with an ethereal feel and feminine touches.
Destination weddings call for lightweight beach wedding gowns that aren’t overly beaded or structured and show just the right amount of skin.
And if you’re planning a casual soiree, perhaps at City Hall or a restaurant, a short wedding dress will fit in perfectly. These styles even work well for rehearsal dinners, or as cake-cutting or “going away” dresses.
Are you choosing a gown to fit your venue? Let us know in the comments!