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Wedding Dress Fashion - 1960's

Stepping into the 1960’s, A-line silhouettes replaced the full-skirts of the ‘50s and empire waists became the most popular cut for a bride. Sweetheart necklines and long sleeves were replaced by high necks, three-quarter lengths and capped sleeves. The Space Age also had influences in bridal fashion, as décor and bridal accessories took on metallic embellishments.

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Wedding Dress Fashion - 1950's

Many dresses that were popular in the 1950’s were what you would expect to see on a cake-topper, slender bodices with a fuller skirt. While modesty still played a part in many brides wedding day attire with dresses featuring high collars and long sleeves, the less conservative bride would opt for a strapless dress with a coordinating Bolero jackets that could be removed following the ceremony.

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Wedding Dresses Through the Years

Oh, how the times have changed!

While the world keeps on changing, so does the world of fashion, and bridal couture is no exception. Even though many of today’s designers pull inspiration from vintage fashion, they are typically modern gowns with a twist or element that feels vintage. This keeps some styles looking timeless while others show their age.

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Wedding Dress Fashion - Celebrating 100 Years

We are really excited to be starting a series on wedding dress fashion and how it has changed over the past 100 years.  In part one we found this great video from Glam Inc, showcasing the past century!  Happy Viewing!

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Unplugged Ceremonies

Many couples are asking guests to leave the wedding shots to the professionals.

As technology has become so dominant in everyday life it has become a growing trend over the last few years that couples are asking their guests to “unplug” and be present during the ceremony. This means turning the phone off and leaving it in your pocket or purse.

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