For all of you environmentalists out there, an eco-friendly, quirky brand-Reformation, has plenty of ‘killer’ alternative dresses on offer! The eccentric style makes Reformation pieces great candidates for wedding gowns you can wear again. Rosie Huntington-Whitney’s beloved brand has recently launched their second bridal collection, which you can check out here. Would you wear one of their gowns on your Big day?
Little black dress a bit too morose for you? Why not try a little white dress? Sticking with the traditional white but opting for a shorter length is a quirky way of revolutionising wedding traditions.
I don’t know many women who don’t have a little black dress in their wardrobe. So if the thought of wedding dress shopping causes you to break out in hives, then you might be a good candidate for the-little-black-wedding-dress.
“So, will you guys do it?”
I asked as they walked through the doors of the auditorium and onto the Level 4 – Green Bar. The backdrop is a breathtaking view of the iconic London Eye and the Houses of Parliament.
They both said in unison. The response was immediate, enthusiastic and unreserved.
It’s about 7:30pm on a warm Tuesday evening. Along with the members of #TeamNOWE, Mercy and Steve are guests at an Open Evening to hear about the Southbank Centre’s plans for the Big Wedding Weekend (30th and 31st of August) in the Royal Festival. Part of the Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love, the Big Wedding Weekend hopes to bring 160 together people from different backgrounds to celebrate what is arguably one of society’s most recognised milestones — the joining of two lives together in marriage.
The Big Wedding Weekend (30-31 August, 2014) hopes to bring together 120 couples from different backgrounds to celebrate what is arguably one of society’s most recognised milestones — the joining of two lives together in marriage.
The Big Wedding Weekend – to be held on the final weekend of the Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love – will see couples get married at Southbank Centre in mass ceremonies and celebrations in the Royal Festival Hall. Jude Kelly, Artistic Director of Southbank Centre sees the Big Wedding Weekend as “an alternative, fabulous and affordable way to get married”. More than 75 couples have already signed up.
An unfussy vintage lace dress tucked away at the back of your closet that always seemed too white or fluffy to wear could be the perfect choice for the wedding!
If you’re going to splurge on a wedding dress, why not buy a couture dress or the most fabulous one you can afford that you can wear again, perhaps to a formal event? The trick is to stay away from dresses that scream “wedding”. Short or long, red or blue, lace or velvet, the choice is yours! A sleeveless blush pink silk dress with sequin embellishments, for example, is a stunning alternative to a traditional white wedding gown.
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