It’s day two of sharing our 2014 Spring Editorial with you and we can’t wait to show you more images by Jessie Alexis Photography! Today we are focusing on beauty and fashion. We are so privileged to be able to work and rub shoulders with so many talented vendors in our industry and the vendors that helped us style our bride and groom are some of the best!
Let’s get started with quite possibly the most important decision a bride has to make when planning her wedding; the DRESS!
Alta Moda Bridal provided a gorgeous low back dress by designer Hayley Paige. We love the gorgeous beading and the soft feminine feel of the dress. We had Hilary Anderson, owner of Alta Moda, give us a brief description of the dress.
We love this gown for a Spring wedding because it has a soft romance about it. The silky, sheer flounces are easy to wear, light-weight and soft, whereas the beaded shoulder and key-hole back detail add a delicate touch of glamour. It has the just-right amount of sophistication, while still being fresh, warm, and feminine. To go with the gorgeous dress, our bride is wearing cute flats provided by Yosi Samra. We are smitten with these flats, not only are they super comfortable but they are also stylish! The metallic colors are right on trend for weddings! Now let’s not forget the groom! Grooms often get out-shined, but there is no way he will be forgotten in a custom suit! We loved having our groom wear a custom navy suit made by H.M. Cole. Custom suits can make all the difference for a groom, not to mention he will have a chance to feel special too! We asked H.M. Cole to tell us a little more about their company and the awesome suit worn by our groom.
H.M.Cole provides the opportunity for all men to enjoy the experience of being fitted for custom made clothing. We send a style consultant to you to accurately measure your body using over 20 different measurements to create the perfect fitting suit. The customizations are nearly endless as you build your perfect suit.
Featured here is a custom electric blue two-button suit. This color is becoming the new navy and is perfect for a spring or summer wedding. It also looks great in a suit or a tuxedo. The peanut brown shoes are also a great way to make the suit stand out and give the groom a little more attention then they are used to getting, and deservedly so when dressed so well.To finish off our day of beauty and fashion we will have the lovely Gabby Gabbitas tell us about the beautiful hair and make-up adorned by our bride!To compliment the open back dress and Kenzie’s neck line, I began with a romantic thought in mind to casually lift her hair while showing off her neck line. Lifting her hair into a structured chignon formalized the up-style, while the casual lower drape in the back eludes to the romance of the look.For Kenzie’s makeup, I wanted to extract deep, rich and romantic colors from the spring palette while staying true to the pantones present. By utilizing deeper rich spring colors such as plum tones to soften smoky eyes, we further accentuate the romance of the hair piece. Darker royal colors such as plums always takes us back to the romantic era’s of the past. Matching the plum tones I lighten the pallet for her cheeks and lips by blending softer pinks and berry tones together.
A casually structured chignon, paired with light plum tones, and you’ve created a classic romantic look, that can remain timeless.