2010 is near the end and fabulous wedding trends are set but winter wedding dress looks this year are still expected. Tying the knot is a big deal for any girl. To be focus and impress her wedding guests and especially her love, every bride to be never ceases to search her wedding dress until the big day. After all, it is so vital to select a right gown to enable a beautiful lifetime memory. And it is no wonder that choosing the right dress is practically as big a decision as choosing the right husband.
No matter what you define your dream dress, it is always helpful to understand the trends for a fashion-forward wedding look. And here winter wedding dress trends for 2010 is in details.
2010’s wedding dress collection in style includes a wonderful subset-Ball gown. This classic yet classy dress silhouette is favored by women who live with fantasies. The voluminous skirts make the bride look like she is walking on a cloud. A ball gown can create a fairy tale effect. Regardless if the ball gown is covered in embroidery, ruffles or feathers, surely, the wedding guests will let out a collective sigh of admiration as the bride makes her entrance. To be practical, full ball gowns will be nice options to cover larger hips and thighs, further flattering the figure. This style is great for winter wedding due to its sumptuous look in a warm way. Fashion designer Monique Lhuillier has popularized this ultra romantic silhouette with her well-known flowing designs.
Pleats and folds are also seen to rule the runway this year. For cold winter weather, more fabric pieces for pleats and folds will provide you warm while keeps you in style. Since the Project Runway winter Leanne Marshall started this trend with her signature pleats and folds two years go, dress styles with pleats and folds in any possibility enable Continue reading →
Hilary Duff’s weekend wedding to Mike Comrie couldn’t have been more romantic, says her sister Haylie Duff (luck maid of honor too). “What a special weekend filled with love and beautiful memories,” she Twittered. The 22-year-old Hilary (in Vera Wang) and the Canadian hockey player, 29, exchanged vows in front of 100 guests & was walked down the aisle by her mother Susan Saturday August 14th, 2010 in an intimate ceremony in Santa Barbara, Calif. She also sported a 14-carat, $1-million dollar diamond engagement ring.
Says a witness, “It was one of the most beautiful weddings I’ve ever seen. Absolutely stunning. They thought of every last detail and it was an incredible sight. Mike held his arm around Hilary for most of the romantic, candlelit ceremony, and they both looked extremely happy.”
The couple, who began dating in 2007 at a resort in Idaho, got engaged this past February in Hawaii. The couple exchanged vows at the sprawling Villa La Quinta estate just outside of Santa Barbara and then they spent their first night as a married couple at the famed San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito.
Their honeymoon is sure to be memorable at the Kennedy cottage for $4,000 a night. The Kennedy cottage at the San Ysidro Ranch was the spot where Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie retired to on their wedding night. This cottage is quite famous as it is the spot where John and Jackie Kennedy spent their honeymoon Continue reading →
Congrats to Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky (an investment banker and political offspring) getting married this past weekend on Saturday July 31st, 2010 at Astor Courts in Rhinebeck, NY. The Friday night before wasn’t to hectic either. Crowds gathered outside the Beekman Arms, another hotel fully booked by the wedding party. Guests, including the bride’s parents, were seen heading from a rehearsal dinner to a cocktail party at the local tavern.
Mezvinsky, 32, is Jewish, while Clinton, 30, was raised Methodist, like her mother Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Their Saturday ceremony, which was co-officiated by Rabbi James Ponet, a Jewish chaplain at Yale, and the Rev. William Shillady, a Methodist minister from New York City, was a nod to both their faiths.
It featured many Jewish traditions: the couple married under a chuppah or canopy; the groom wore a yarmulke or skull cap and tallis or prayer shawl; friends and family recited the Seven Blessings typically read at traditional Jewish weddings.
Former president Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton allowed a statement about their “great pride and overwhelming emotion,” and their staff offered a few grace notes about the interfaith ceremony, which was conducted by Rabbi James Ponet and the Rev. William Shillady. (Mezvinsky was raised in the Jewish faith, while Clinton is a Methodist.) Along with their vows, there was a reading of the Seven Continue reading →