Showing posts from 2018

Sensational Strapless Gowns from Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches

The trend of strapless wedding gowns emerged in the mid 90's. Today, around 75% of all the wedding dresses out there are of the strapless variety. Strapless dresses are the easiest to try on and fit. Women of all shapes and sizes, including full-figured brides, can benefit from the illusion of a longer, leaner arm that's created by the uncovered shoulder. Check out some of the sensational strapless wedding gowns available at our South Florida bridal salon below.

Morilee Style #2802
Pearl and diamante beading on laser cut embroidery adorn this tulle wedding gown. A removable beaded satin belt is included. This dress runs sizes 2-28 and comes in four colors: ivory, white, ivory/blush and ivory/light gold.

Morilee Style #4524
This strapless wedding dress features rich luxe taffeta. A removable beaded waist sash is included. Sizes for this dress run 2-28, and it comes in either ivory or white.

Morilee Style #5173
Romantic and classic describe this lace wedding gown. The removable …

12 Things to Know About Wedding Dress Shopping - Part 2

Last week, we started a list of things you should know about wedding dress shopping in South Florida. From keeping an open mind to coming up with a budget, there's a lot that goes in to finding that perfect look for your wedding day. Keep reading for part 2 of our list, featuring even more things to know!

7. Wear Heels to the Appointment.
Your dress is going to look a lot different with flip-flops than with high heels. Bring either your wedding shoes, or if you don't have them yet, a pair with a heel similar to the height of what you would like to wear on your wedding day. This will give you the best idea of how it will look, and give you a chance to walk in it with heels on.

8. Bring the Proper Undergarments.
Be sure to bring a variety of undergarments to try on with your dress, especially a strapless bra. It can be difficult to picture the perfect look with hot pink bra straps sticking out. Your best bet is to bring a nude thong and a nude strapless bra. You might want to bri…

12 Things to Know About Wedding Dress Shopping - Part 1

Most brides have been dreaming of their wedding day since they were little girls. You've imagined what you'd look like, and now the time has come to bring those dreams to reality. One of the most exciting aspects of wedding planning is the process of finding the perfect dress to wear on your special day! Below, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches offers a list of things to know about wedding dress shopping in South Florida.

1. Research What You Like. 
If you're like most women, you've probably spent plenty of time on Pinterest saving ideas of what you want your wedding to be like. Take a look online or at bridal magazines to compile a visual file of what you like and don't like about certain wedding dresses. Look for connecting themes between the dresses that you love. Are they embellished? Lacy? Voluminous? Strapless? Find the commonalities that you like and bring those ideas to your first appointment at our bridal salon in the Palm Beaches.

2. Have an Open Mind. 

7 Tips for Writing Your Own Wedding Vows

One of the most sentimental and special moments of your wedding will the when you exchange vows. While it might seem easier to just recite the traditional wedding vow phrases, writing your own vows adds a personal touch that you'll be able to cherish forever. In today's blog, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches offers up some tips and tricks for writing your own vows.

1. Read Vow Examples for Inspiration. 
Once you've decided to write your own vows, a good place to start is by reading other people's vows for inspiration. Consider starting with the traditional, by-the-book vows from your own religion. Then head on over to Google and look up what some other couples have included in their wedding vows. See what strikes a chord with you, and re-write it in your own words.

2. Jot Down Notes About Your Relationship. 
From the moment you set eyes on each other through the journey you've experienced so far together, there are plenty of memories you can draw from to write you…

21 Things to Pack in Your Wedding Day Survival Kit

You've spent months planning so that your special day will go off without a hitch. No matter how well you plan for your wedding day though, anything can happen. To avoid any minor catastrophes, it's a great idea to put together a Wedding Day Survival Kit, just in case an emergency arises. Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help you with packing your kit. Keep reading for a list of things you'll want to be sure to include in it.

Wedding Day Survival Kit Packing List 
From a torn dress to a makeup disaster, you want to be prepared for anything. Be sure to include the following in your Wedding Day Survival Kit:

1. A Sewing Kit - Make sure you have sewing needles, safety pins, a pair of scissors, hem tape and thread (in colors that match your dress and the bridal parties apparel). This will come in handy if you happen to get any snags or tears, or find any loose threads.

2. Safety Pins - Safety pins can also come in handy for keeping everything in the right place, fro…

Summer Styles from Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches

During the hot summer months, you need a wedding dress that you can breathe in! Lightweight fabrics that are perfect for summer include organza and crepe. Below you will see a small selection of some of the dresses available at our South Florida Bridal Salon. We're here to help you find the perfect summer style for your wedding!

Margot Wedding Dress - Style #8120
Crystal beaded embroidery over Chantilly lace adorns the bodice of this dreamy fit & flare wedding dress! Featuring a romantic sweetheart neckline and organza skirt, the Margot Wedding Dress offers the perfect style for a summer wedding. Covered button details accent the corset style illusion back.

Koko Wedding Dress - Style #8223
Crystal beaded and embroidered appliques accent the sheer bodice on this net and stretch crepe sheath wedding dress. A beautifully beaded illusion back trimmed in covered buttons completes the look of the Koko Wedding Dress. A matching satin bodice lining is included.

Rachel Wedding Dress - …

50+ Wedding Day Shots You'll Want to Capture

On your wedding day, there's a lot going on! The more preparation you do before the wedding, the smoother your big day will go. One thing you will want to do is create a list of the photos that you want to capture. In the whirlwind of the day, you're likely to forget that awesome photo you saw that you wanted to re-create on your wedding day. Here are some photo ideas from your favorite bridal salon in South Florida to get your list started!

Getting Ready 
While the main focus is on the ceremony and the reception, don't forget to take photos of getting ready. Have your photographer take pictures of you and your girls getting ready, as well as the groom and his boys. Have your photographer capture these shots:
The Wedding Dress on a Hanger The Bride's Jewelry, Shoes & Other Accessories The Bride & Bridesmaids Putting Their Makeup On The Bride Being Helped Into Her DressWedding Party's First Look of the Bride Mother & Father's First Look of the Bride P…

Red, White and Blue Wedding Ideas

Whether you're having a 4th of July Wedding, Labor Day Weekend Wedding or you just love the Americana theme, you can do some cool things with a red, white and blue wedding! With Independence Day just a few days away, we thought it would be fun to share some of our favorite red, white and blue wedding ideas. From decorations to food and everything in between, these ideas are perfect for any summer wedding.

Patriotic Decorations
During the summer season, there's no shortage of patriotic decorations. Between Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day, you can stock up on a variety of red, white and blue decorations to make your wedding ceremony and reception look amazing. While you don't want to overdo the theme, adding some flags down the sides of the aisle or some red, white and blue confetti on the reception tables is a great way to add some color to your wedding. If you're crafty, you're sure to find some simple DIY projects for a patriotic wedding on the internet, su…

View the New Morilee Fall 2018 Bridal Collection at our July Trunk Show

Join us at Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches July 13th-15th for a special Bridal Trunk Show featuring Morilee's Fall 2018 Bridal Collection! Brides can check out the new collection before it hits bridal stores nationwide, and have the one-on-one attention of our bridal consultant to help find what may be the gown of your dreams! This trunk show is by appointment only, so be sure to schedule an appointment today by calling 561-793-4633.

Bridal Trunk Show Details  For only one weekend in July, we will have the entire Morilee Fall 2018 Bridal Collection at our store for trying on and ordering - with discounts!
WHO: Brides-to-Be that still need to find the perfect dress for their special day. WHAT: An early sneak-peek at the Brand New Collection of Morilee Wedding Gowns! WHERE: Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches - the BEST bridal salon in Royal Palm BeachWHEN: Friday, July 13 - Sunday, July 15 WHY: Because we just have to share this stunning new collection with our favorite brides! 

Advice for the Father of the Bride

Wedding planning can be a great time of bonding between mother and daughter. Don't forget about dad though; a wedding is a special time for him as well, as he prepares to give his daughter away. In honor of Father's Day this weekend, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches wanted to offer some advice for the Father of the Bride.

1. Plan a Budget. 
Traditionally, the Father of the Bride pays for most of the wedding expenses. While times have changed, chances are you're still going to pay for something. Be sure to sit down with your daughter and the groom to discuss how much you have available to spend on the wedding and help them come up with a reasonable budget. Show your support, but don't be afraid to set boundaries as well. Weddings can easily become super expensive if you don't start with a plan and a budget.

2. Write Your Speech Early. 
As the Father of the Bride, you will be expected to give a small speech at the reception. Don't wait until the last minute to c…