Friday, December 23, 2016

5 New Year's Resolutions for the Bride-To-Be

In addition to being one of the most thrilling days in your entire life, your wedding will likely also be one of the busiest and biggest events you'll ever host. Preparing for your wedding is incredibly exciting, but it's also a great deal of work. Taking the time to carefully organize things ahead of time can save a great deal of time (and tears) down the road. If you are planning a wedding in 2017, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches has put together a list of New Year's Resolutions for you to help you stay on track as you prepare for your big day.


New Year's Resolutions For Brides Planning Their Weddings

1. I Will Prepare The Guest List Before Anything Else.
While building your guest list may not be as exciting as shopping for dresses or touring potential venues, it is crucial that you do it first. The number of guests you plan to have at your wedding will impact all other aspects of the planning process. For example, your guest list will directly determine what size of venue you need, the venue you choose will dictate the formality of the attire you wear, the formality of your attire will impact the types of invitations you'll want to use, etc.

2. I Will Not Feel Guilty For Planning The Wedding My Partner And I Want.
Your wedding is a truly special event. You and your partner will never have the chance to live this day again, so you should have the freedom to make your day whatever you want it to be. Unfortunately, close family members may have strong opinions regarding what your day should look like and - worse - may try to influence you during the planning process. Remember, it's your wedding. You and your groom-to-be shouldn't have to apologize for planning the wedding you want.

3. I Will Trust My Vendors To Do Their Jobs.
The vendors and other wedding professionals you work with are there to make your day run smoothly. After careful consideration, you will hire your favorite professionals to make your big day even more special. Once you have chosen whom you want to take part in your big day, it's important that you step back and give them the space and freedom they need to do their jobs well. Micromanaging their performances will only create unnecessary stress for everyone involved.

4. I Will Take Time To Enjoy My Ceremony And Reception.
Even with the most in-depth advance planning, there are still a lot of details that need attention on your actual wedding day, such as organizing pictures and coordinating various events and activities. Rather than attempting to take care of all of it yourself, hire a wedding coordinator or appoint a trusted friend or family member to handle these details on your big day. You'll thank yourself later!

5. I Will Find My Dream Dress At Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches!
Our bridal boutique in South Florida is the perfect place to shop for a wedding dress in Palm Beach. With our wide variety of exquisite gowns, we're sure to have a dress that will perfectly match your unique personality and style. We would love to help you find your dream dress! Call us at 561-793-4633 to book your private appointment with our bridal consultant. We look forward to serving you!


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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Wedding Dress Trends For 2017

2016 is drawing to a close. It's been a fantastic year filled with lots of great memories, but now it is time to look forward into the next year for a new set of adventures. If you are one of the thousands of couples getting engaged this month, planning a wedding is probably jumping to the top of your priorities list for 2017. Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help you find your dream wedding gown. Keep reading to learn more about the wedding dress trends for the coming year.


Skin-Baring Necklines

As the weather warms up, we expect some of last year's hottest fashion trends to continue into the New Year. Some of the most popular choices include off-the-shoulder gowns and deep V necklines. Popular designers are leaning towards skin-baring choices that allow brides to showcase their best features. Our bridal boutique in Palm Beach Florida offers a variety of off-the-shoulder gowns and dresses with stunning V-necks.

Unique Accents

Accents have been increasing in popularity over the last few years, and we expect to see these features play a prominent role in 2017 wedding gowns. These accents may range from bows and belts to jackets and coverlets. Selecting your bridal accents is the perfect opportunity for you to make a statement about your unique style and personality as a bride. What statement will you make?

Colors

Fall 2017 Bridal Week revealed another upcoming fashion trend: colors. Some brides will be leaning away from the traditional white wedding dress in favor of ivory, soft gold, or even bolder color choices such as blue, red, yellow, and anything else. Whether you opt for a colorful accent or a bright, colorful gown, don't be afraid to play with your colors in 2017.

Boudoir Lace

Finally, another trend we expect to rise in prominence in 2017 is the use of boudoir lace in bridal attire. Whimsical and sexy, boudoir lace offers a subtle but powerful touch to any bridal gown. Its light accents are a perfect way for brides to show off their inner sexiness without opting for such skin-baring options.

As we move into fall of 2017, we expect long sleeves to make a more prominent appearance as well. These may be lacy or solid, but either way, they are sure to be an eye-catching addition to 2017 brides.

Make Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches Your One-Stop-Shop For Wedding Attire

If you're planning a wedding in 2017, we hope you'll consider Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches your resource for bridal attire. We offer a fantastic variety of wedding gowns, from gorgeously classic to stunningly modern. We also offer a great selection of bridesmaid dresses and mother-of-the-bride dresses so everyone in your party can find something to wear.

Our experienced wedding dress consultant in South Florida has a keen eye for fashion and greatly looks forward to helping you find your perfect dress for your special day. Call us today at 561-793-4633 to schedule your private bridal appointment!

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Planning A Wedding: Who Pays For What?

While the average cost of a wedding in the United States is $26,645, many couples typically spend somewhere between $19,984 and $33,306 (source: CostOfWedding.com). With numbers like these, determining whom will pay for what wedding expenses is often near the top on a couple's priority list. Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help you make sense of your wedding budget by offering these general guidelines.


Planning Your Wedding Budget

Most people are familiar with the tradition of the groom's family paying for the rehearsal dinner and the bride's family paying for the ceremony and reception (which typically equates to "everything else"). While some families still follow this age-old tradition, many modern couples are looking for ways to divide the financial responsibilities a bit further to make it easier on everyone.

There is no right or wrong way to plan your wedding budget. What matters most is that you and your groom talk openly and honestly about your families' financial situations (as well as your own) so you can determine a wedding budget that will meet your needs.

Who Pays For What?

If your families will be able (and would like) to contribute to the cost of your wedding, the next step will be to determine whom shall be responsible for which costs. It is entirely up to you and your families to identify the strategy that works best for you, but the following breakdown may serve as a general guideline to help you get started.

Bride and/or Bride's Family
  • Engagement party
  • Bridal gown
  • Wedding coordinator
  • Wedding venue & reception venue
  • Announcements, save-the-dates, and invitations
  • Flowers
  • Wedding vendors (musician/DJ, caterer, photographer, etc)
  • Transportation to/from ceremony and reception venues for the bridal party
  • Wedding favors
  • Gifts for the couple
  • Gifts for the bridesmaids

Groom and/or Groom's Family
  • Rehearsal dinner
  • Marriage license
  • Bride's engagement ring and couple's wedding rings
  • Officiant's fee and travel costs
  • Wedding night accommodations 
  • Honeymoon
  • Gifts for the couple
  • Gifts for the groomsmen

Other Suggestions

In many modern weddings, the financial burden is further divided by requesting that the bridal party pay for their own attire and, if needed, transportation and lodging. If they are in a position to do so, the bridal party can also cover the costs of the bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Another option is to enlist help from extended family members by requesting that they pay for specific items. The bride's grandmother could pay for the wedding flowers, for example, or the groom's uncle could pay for the caterer. If extended family members wish to be involved, asking them to cover specific expenses in this manner can be a great way for them to get involved without making things overly complicated.

We hope that these suggestions serve as helpful guidelines for you and your groom as you begin the process of building your wedding budget. Remember that they are only suggestions - ultimately, it is up to you and your spouse-to-be to determine the solution that will best work for you and your families.

Find Your Wedding Gown At Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches!

If you are shopping for wedding dresses in South Florida, we would be honored for you to make an appointment at our bridal boutique in Palm Beach. Our by-appointment-only bridal salon has a vast array of gorgeous wedding gowns at attractive prices. For more information about our wedding dresses in Palm Beach, visit our website: BridalCouturePalmBeach.com. We look forward to helping you find the gown of your dreams!

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Warm Up Your Winter Wedding With These Clever Tips

Though spring, summer, and autumn are the most popular wedding seasons, there is something truly whimsical about getting married in the middle of winter - especially during the holidays. In addition to a unique sense of wonder and magic, couples planning winter weddings frequently get to enjoy discounted rates and greater ease reserving venues and booking vendors.


While the advantages are hard to pass up, brides often shy away from planning winter weddings because of a single challenging question that often presents. You've probably already guessed what it is - how will you keep yourself, your bridal party, and your guests warm at at the wedding? Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help.

5 Clever Ways To Warm Up Your Winter Wedding

1. Hand Out Warm Wedding Favors
It is entirely up to you to decide what favors you would like to offer your wedding guests. If you are planning a winter wedding, you can opt for gifts that will help your guests stay warm on your special day. Gloves, scarves, and personalized blankets are all examples of unique favor ideas that your guests can use to keep warm while you say "I do."

2. Offer A Hot Cocoa Bar
When it comes to the types of food and drink you will offer at your receptions, the sky truly is the limit. One fun option is to provide a hot chocolate bar so your guests can warm up with a tasty treat. Offer all the fixings so your guests can customize their cocoa just the way they like it - marshmallows, whipped cream, cinnamon, nutmeg, etc. You can also offer other hot drinks, like spiced apple cider and lattes.

3. Wear Warm Accessories
If you're worried about being cold in your wedding dress, don't be afraid to accessorize with an adorable scarf, shawl, or wrap. You can find warm accessories that will blend into your overall wedding attire, or you can choose bright colors that will accent your bridesmaids' dresses. Wearing long white gloves is another elegant way to keep yourself warm on your special day.

4. Opt For A Long-Sleeve Wedding Dress
Even if you plan to add warm accessories, you may want to shy away from strapless or sleeveless gowns if you are planning a winter wedding. We offer a variety of elegant long-sleeve wedding dresses to help you stay warm on chilly days. Don't be fooled by sleeves that don't appear to hold warmth - you might be surprised by how warm lacy sleeves can be!

5. Gather Around A Crackling Fire
There is something unbelievably cozy about a warm, crackling fire. If you know you will be getting married during a cooler time of year, you may want to look for a wedding and/or reception space that has a fireplace or outdoor space where you could build a bonfire. Don't forget to appoint someone to manage the fire for you when the day arrives - you'll have enough on your mind already!

Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches Is Here For You
Though winters in Florida are much more mild than in many other parts of the States, it's still important to make plans to keep yourself, your bridal party, and your guests warm if you are planning a winter wedding. Our bridal boutique in Palm Beach would be honored to help find the perfect gown for you and dresses for your bridesmaids for your winter wedding. Call 561-973-4633 to book your wedding dress appointment in South Florida today!


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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Which Gown Is Right For Your Body Type?

Every bride deserves to look and feel stunning on her wedding day. The right wedding gown should highlight your natural beauty by perfectly complementing your body's best features. If you're wondering which dress style will be right for you, our bridal gown consultant in Palm Beach is here to help you with your search.


What's Your Body Type?

Women's bodies are beautifully diverse. Realistically, it is impossible to lump all of body types into a few simple categories. Since it would be equally impossible to discuss all of these body types in a single post, however, we are going to focus on four general shapes for the purpose of today's blog: hourglass, petite, plus size, and lean. Keep reading to learn what styles of dresses may best fit each of these body types.


Hourglass
Perhaps the most classically feminine figure, the hourglass body type is characterized by balanced hips and bust, offset by a narrow, well-defined waist. If you have an hourglass figure, form-fitting gowns that hug and accentuate your curves will likely be your best friend. We recommend you begin your search with ballgown, fit and flare, mermaid, or A-line silhouettes.


Petite
If you consider yourself petite, we recommend that you steer clear big, extravagant ball gowns so as to not overwhelm your small frame. You may also want to avoid belts and other horizontal lines, as they could make you seem shorter. Sheath dresses with simple accents typically work well for petite women. If you want a little extra flair, you could also consider a mermaid silhouette.


Plus Size
If you fall in the plus size category, you will get to choose whether you want a gown that accentuates or minimizes your curves. Sweetheart necklines are often extremely flattering on women with this body type. A-line silhouettes that accent your narrowest point or mermaid silhouettes that hug your curves may also be good options. If you would prefer to minimize your curves, a ballgown silhouette may be more forgiving.


Lean
This body shape is sometime referred to as "straight" or "rectangle." Women with this body type generally find that their hips, waist, and bust are relatively equal in size. You can accentuate your body's best features by opting for gowns with eye-catching necklines, such as a V-neck, off-the-shoulder, or halter. Fit and flare or ballgown silhouettes can also be used to create additional lines.

Find Your Dream Dress At Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches!

Our bridal boutique in West Palm Beach is the perfect place to begin your search for your dream wedding gown. We offer gowns in a vast array of different styles so you can find the one that will best accentuate your body's natural shape and appeal. Our experienced bridal gown consultant in South Florida would be thrilled to help you find the dress style that will best match you body type. For more information about Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches or to book your private appointment, visit us online at BridalCouturePalmBeach.com or call us at (561) 793-4633.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

What To Bring To Your Wedding Dress Appointment

The first dress shopping appointment is one of the most exciting moments in a bride's life. It is often the time that really brings the engagement to life - the time that the dream of getting married finally starts to feel real. At Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches, we recognize what a momentous event your bridal appointment is, and we strive to do everything we can to ensure that your experience is everything you hoped it would be. This week, we're here to help you prepare for your day by offering this quick list of things you should bring to your appointment. 


Pictures Of Gowns You Like
A picture is worth a thousand words. Our bridal gown consultant in Palm Beach FL is here to help you find the dress that perfectly matches your vision for your wedding, but we need your help to do it. Browse photos of wedding dresses prior to your appointment, and bring your favorites in to show us. We can help you find the gowns that will match the style you like.

Hair Ties/Clips
As you try on multiple dresses, your consultant will clip each one to match your dimensions. This process will be much easier if your long locks aren't in the way, so we recommend bringing hair clips or ties to pull your hair up into a bun as you try on each dress. You can always take your hair out to see what the dress looks like with your hair down once the dress is on.

Proper Undergarments
Wedding gowns are often complex garments with multiple layers of fabric and accents. Our bridal consultant will assist you in putting on each dress, so you'll want to wear modest undergarments you will feel comfortable wearing in front of her. The undergarments you choose should be similar to the ones you plan to wear on your actual wedding day, as they can affect the way your dress fits. We recommend wearing nude bikini panties or boy shorts and a nude strapless bra. You may not need your bra when wearing certain dresses, however; many wedding gowns have support already built in to the bust area.

The Right Shoes
Like undergarments, shoes can drastically impact the way a wedding gown fits. If you don't have your exact wedding shoes picked out yet, wear heels that are comparable to the height you plan on wearing at your wedding. The heel height will affect the length of the gown and the way it lays.

People You Trust
Your wedding dress shopping entourage will be a valuable sounding board for you as you try on different dresses. Ideally, your entourage should consist of a few people (typically not more than four or five) whose opinions you trust. We recommend bringing the same people to each appointment so that their tastes can evolve along with yours. See our earlier blog post for help picking the people to include in your wedding dress shopping entourage.

An Open Mind
This may not be a tangible item, but it is arguably the most important thing to bring to your dress shopping appointment. We have seen it time and time again - a bride comes in for her appointment with her heart set on a specific type of dress, and then she is disappointed when it doesn't fit exactly how she had envisioned. Your original plan may not work out quite the way you imagine it, but a dress of a different style may absolutely take your breath away. By keeping your mind open to all possibilities, you will be able to find your dream dress much more easily.

Call (561) 793-4633 To Schedule Your Bridal Appointment
Our bridal salon in South Florida is here to help you find your dream wedding dress. Fittings are available by appointment only, ensuring that each of our brides gets the personalized attention she needs to make her bridal appointment a success. For more information about our bridal boutique in Palm Beach, visit us online at www.BridalCouturePalmBeach.com.

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Friday, November 18, 2016

5 Secrets To Finding The Perfect Wedding Dress

Your wedding will be one of the most special events of your life. It is the start of an entirely new chapter, the celebration of two lives becoming one. Planning a wedding is incredibly exciting, but perhaps no aspect of wedding planning is as thrilling as choosing the dress. As the best bridal boutique in South Florida, we take great pride in helping our brides find the perfect dresses to wear while they say "I do."


What Constitutes A "Perfect" Wedding Dress?

We cannot say what style, color, or fit constitutes the perfect wedding dress, as every bride has a different image of her dream dress. While it will be up to you to decide what your ideal dress looks like, we can say this about all dream wedding gowns:
  • It will perfectly match your unique personality and flair.
  • It will effortlessly blend in with the overall style and theme of your wedding.
  • It will make you feel more beautiful than you ever have before.

Finding Your Dream Wedding Dress

Whether you are planning an elegant formal affair or a whimsical fairy tale, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help you find your perfect dress. Here are a few secrets to help you find your dream wedding dress.

1. Give Yourself Plenty Of Time.
By giving yourself plenty of time, you can relax and take time to enjoy trying on countless different dresses as you search for the perfect one. We recommend beginning the search for your wedding dress at least nine months in advance. This will give allow time for you to find the perfect one, for the dress to be delivered, and for you to schedule any needed alterations.

2. Consider The Current Trends - To A Point.
Browsing catalogs to see the current wedding dress trends is a great place to start. However, the trends should serve as a general guide rather than hard-and-fast rules. If you think you look great in a modern dress that is all the rage, wonderful. If you think you look better in last year's style, however, don't be afraid to choose that one. When you look back on your wedding pictures years from now, you'll want to know that you picked the one you liked the best.

3. Look At The Dresses You Already Own.
The perfect wedding dress shouldn't feel like a costume - it should feel like a natural extension of your personality. Before beginning the hunt for your dream dress, peruse your closet. While your wedding dress won't look exactly like the dresses you already own, the items in your closet will offer clues as to the style of dress that will fit you best. If all of your current dresses have a mermaid or A-line silhouette, for example, you probably won't want a ballgown or sheath wedding dress.

4. Flatter Your Body Type.
Women's bodies come in all different shape and sizes, each with its own unique, beautiful appeal. As you begin shopping for wedding dresses in South Florida, you'll want to look for dresses that will complement your best features. Take the time to consider how each detail of the dress will accent your body, from the neckline to embellishments.

5. Allow Yourself To Be Comfortable.
You will have enough to pay attention to on your big day - your gown shouldn't be pulling your focus unnecessarily. If you keep fidgeting with a dress because the lace detail is itching against your skin, or if you keep tugging at the neckline because you are worried about a wardrobe malfunction, put the dress back and keep looking. The right dress shouldn't be distracting or uncomfortable.

Call 561-793-4633 To Schedule Your Private Appointment At Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches

If you are shopping for wedding dresses in Palm Beach, Florida, we would be honored to help you in your search for the perfect dress. Our boutique is available to brides by appointment only, enabling us to offer dedicated, one-on-one attention to each bride that comes through our doors. For more information about our shop and the gowns we offer, visit our website at www.BridalCouturePalmBeach.com. We truly look forward to serving you!


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Friday, November 11, 2016

Different Wedding Colors Bring About Different Feelings

Some people know exactly what colors they want to use for their wedding the moment they get engaged, others have a little more trouble deciding. Browsing the rainbow of colors among our beautiful South Florida bridesmaid dresses may help with that choice. 

Today, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches has also pulled together some of the feelings that are often associated with different colors. This information may be exactly what you need to push you toward a color decision. 


Red
This bold shade is the color of fire, and it brings about thoughts of love, passion, desire, strength, and power. It is also associated with energy, so if you are planning a wedding with lots of activity, this could be a good one to choose. Darker shades can bring about a more passionate feeling, while lighter shades, like pink, can evoke feelings of a sweeter, romantic nature. 

Yellow
Bright like a warm, summer day, the color yellow is often associated with joy, intellect, and energy. It seems to bring about happiness in a room, and it's a great attention-getter, so it makes a wonderful accent color. If you are going for a more subtle, romantic feel, you may want to use a light shade with white, but it really stands out when used with darker colors. 

Blue
Symbolizing trust, loyalty, wisdom, faith, and truth, blue is often associated with outdoor things like a clear sky or a beautiful body of water. It is a very calming and tranquil shade, and can be used easily in any season. Fresh in the warmer months, and offering a lovely chill when it's cold outside.  

Orange
Orange combines the fire of red lightened slightly by the happy shade of yellow. It's excellent for a wedding with a tropical feel. The color represents attraction, fascination, creativity, and happiness. A reddish-orange can be a very passionate combination, while a lighter, peach color is more subtle and sweeter. 

Purple
Often associated with royalty, dark purple is a shade fit for a king & queen. It embodies blue's stability with red's energy. This color is also linked with luxury and extravagance. If you choose to go with a lighter lavender, the color may appear more ethereal and magical. It makes a lovely statement, whether worn in dark or pastel.  

Green
Even more than blue, green makes a person think of nature. Fresh green grass, trees full of leaves, and the healthy growth of all things outdoors. It has been said to suggest stability and endurance, both wonderful traits to associate with a wedding. 

White
White, or a shade of white, is generally left to the bride and her beautiful wedding dress. A mostly white wedding can be very crisp and clean, especially for a winter reception, and it can take on the traits of any accent colors used with it. 

Black
A very elegant color, extremely formal weddings generally have lots of black included in the fashion and even decor. Just as with white, the accent color that you choose to use along with black can change its effect dramatically. 


Many other factors figure into the color that you will choose for your wedding, but if you have been unsure of which to use, hopefully the traits above will help with your inspiration for a final choice. As for your wedding fashion, the gorgeous bridesmaid dresses in our Palm Beach bridal boutique are available in a multitude of colors; solids, florals, and patterns. 

The style of each gown will work with the color that you choose to bring the look and feeling you are desiring for your wedding celebration. Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches would love to help you find exactly what you are looking for. Make an appointment soon and come in to take a look. 



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Friday, November 4, 2016

The Perfect Bridal Gowns For 5 Popular Wedding Themes

Sometimes, a bride comes into our South Florida bridal salon with a theme for her wedding already in mind, and other times it's the style of the wedding dress that she falls in love with that ends up setting the theme. Some gowns simply exude a special aura that takes your thoughts to a particular place. It can be different for every person, but here are a few that Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches believes would work wonderfully for these types of weddings.  

Fairy Tale
More often than not, a bride with a love of all things romantic which begin with "Once upon a time..." and always end with "...happily ever after!" will desire a ball gown. This wedding dress looks as if a fairy godmother created it with a wave of her magic wand. The layers of organza in the skirt will make a lovely bride look as if she is floating down the aisle. 



Rustic
A classically romantic sweetheart neckline and luxurious lace make up an excellent dress to wear in a country-themed wedding. Fancy cowboy boots peeking out from below the gorgeous wide scalloped hemline are a perfect contrast, much like the rough burlap and elegant lace used for decor at a lot of rustic weddings. The ivory/champagne coloring of this particular wedding dress will look incredible with the natural wood elements often present with this theme too. 



Vintage
Reminiscent of days gone by and eras that seem fascinating to modern-day brides, a vintage look is dreamy and charming. The bold patterns of the delicate lace on this gown resemble the beauty often seen in simpler times. It's a timeless look that could have easily been worn by your great-grandmother, but with enough exquisite details to pull it fashionably into today.




Boho Chic
Free-spirited brides love to lean toward a more casual look, but personified in an elegant way. It could be a great style for a beach wedding, or one set in a rich forest with nature as the decor. This two-piece bridal gown is perfect for an adventurous bride that loves to have the freedom of movement. A bohemian inspired wedding is sure to have a group of people that all feel the love and friendship exuding from the celebration.

  
   
Winter Wonderland
Winter is a wonderful season that seems to have a magical quality about it when the ground is covered in a blanket of snow. The flakes sparkle like glitter, just like the crystal beading on this magnificent ball gown. The decor could be filled with twinkle lights and crisp, white linens with metallic accents, and you will appear as the princess of this enchanting winter wonderland. 





Get Inspired!
Fashion is subject to opinion, so the wedding dresses above may make you envision a different theme than we have given each of them. There is nothing wrong with that! Imagination is a wonderful thing. That is what brought these amazing designs to the creative minds of the designers in the first place. 

The way that you personally see each bridal gown in our wedding dress store in South Florida, plus the ways that you accessorize it, are what make it truly your own. There is a wide variety of exquisite styles of gowns at Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches, each waiting to inspire your wedding planning imagination. 


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Friday, October 28, 2016

Popular Wedding Dress Fabrics & Laces

There are many different fabrics that can be used to create the most beautiful wedding dresses in South Florida. The one that will be used for your bridal gown will depend on the look you are desiring. Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches has featured a few of the most popular wedding dress fabrics in our blog today.

A designer puts a lot of thought into the fabric that they will use on one of their creations. Each one lays differently and exudes distinctive feelings from the person wearing it and the people viewing it. The fabrics below are only a few of many, but you are very likely to run across these in particular ones when you begin wedding dress shopping. 

Satin
Possibly the most often used due to its extreme versatility, durability, and style, this fabric has a smooth, somewhat shiny finish and lots of body. It works beautifully for creating gowns that are ruched, draped, or structured in any way. It is a heavier fabric, perfect for weddings in cooler temperatures, but equally wonderful for those in warmer settings. 

Tulle
This fabric is a sheer netting which can be made of silk, nylon, or rayon. Tulle is the fabric that tutus are made of, and for wedding dresses it is generally used to make full, bouncy skirts and for veils. 


Organza
Organza is sheer and lightweight, which makes it a nice choice for summer weddings. It is stiffer than chiffon, much like tulle is, yet still light and ethereal to wear. You will see this often used for skirts, sleeves, backs, and overlays. 

Lace 
Wedding dress overlays are usually made with some variety of lace, and there is a wide variety of those. Below are three of our favorites that are very popular for elegant bridal gowns.  

Chantilly
This detailed type of lace is named for its origin city, Chantilly, France. Delicate flowers and dainty ribbons give it a very light, romantic, and sometimes vintage look.


Alencon
This is another French style lace that was used as early as the 16th century. The bold motifs have a distinct floral pattern, along with the appearance of a 3-D effect.  




Guipure

Bold, interwoven patterns make up Guipure lace, looking a lot like macrame or a type of embroidery. A bride can make a very dramatic statement in a gown with this detail. It is a little heavier than other laces, and works best on gowns with a structured shape. 


As we mentioned earlier, these are only a small sampling of the luxurious fabrics that you will have to choose from when you visit our bridal boutique in South Florida. If a particular one catches your eye, let us know when you arrive for your appointment. Our knowledgeable consultants are well-versed in the many different materials that make up a bridal gown You can trust them to help you find the one you are dreaming of when you shop at Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches


A Boutique with Exceptional Gowns at Attractive Prices

10233 Okeechobee Blvd - Suite B4


Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
561-793-4633
Visit our website at www.BridalCouturePalmBeach.com

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