Showing posts from April, 2018

5 Gorgeous Lace Covered Wedding Gowns from Bridal Couture

Lace brings a traditional and romantic touch to bridal gowns. From Alencon lace appliques to Chantilly lace and more, lace wedding gowns enchant the romantic bride and captivate the sophisticated bride alike. Check out some of the gorgeous lace covered wedding gowns we have to offer our brides here at Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches.

Marcelline Wedding Dress
This beautiful fit and flare wedding dress features frosted Alencon lace appliques on net with an eye-catching wide scalloped hemline. Illusion panels at the waist complete the look. Covered buttons accent the illusion back. This dress is available in three lengths: 55", 58" and 61". Choose from white, ivory or ivory/champagne for the dress color.

Linda Wedding Dress
This classic A-line bridal gown is accented in frosted Alencon lace appliques and a hint of sparkle. The off-the-shoulder neckline and scalloped hemline add a romantic touch. The dress is available in three lengths: 55", 58" and 61". C…

Planning a Wedding with Divorced Parents

Growing up with divorced parents comes with its challenges. Splitting time between parents can be difficult, and if the parents get re-married, it's a whole different situation. New challenges arise when you are grown and are planning your wedding. Today's blog from Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches offers some advice for those frustrated brides dealing with their divorced parents.

In a perfect world, everyone who loves you would come together to make your wedding day perfect. Unfortunately, that's not always the case. The most important thing to remember is that it's YOUR day. If you tend to be a people-pleaser, then you may have to learn how to put your foot down.

On formal wedding invitations, the bride and groom's parents' names are listed. If the parents are helping to fund the event, you'll want to be sure to include their names. You should list your mother (and stepfather if applicable) first and then your father. However, if you're…

What Our Brides Are Saying About Us

At Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches, it is our passion to match brides with the perfect wedding dress for their big day! When you make an appointment with us, we want to give you an unforgettable dress shopping experience. In today's blog, we wanted to share with you what some of our brides have to say about working with us at Bridal Couture.

5-Star Reviews for Bridal Couture of the Palm Beach "Davita was such a pleasure to work with! I came in with my parents and sister and the way the bridal gown appointments are set up you have the whole boutique to yourself and your friends/family; it makes a HUGE difference and made me feel relaxed and not rushed. Plus, Davita, the owner, was seriously awesome. I came in with a couple dresses that I saved photos of (that I knew were part of one of the collections at the boutique) and she went right to work snagging those from the rack along with a few others she wanted me to try just to get a feel for some additional styles. She listene…

9 Wedding Traditions From Around the World

Weddings are full of traditions, from the white gown to the reciting of the vows. While love remains the same around the world, wedding traditions differ from country to country. In today's blog, Bridal Couture of the Palm Beach features some of those different traditions from around the world. How would you feel about incorporating some of these into your special day?

1. Germany: Log Cutting  In Germany, newlyweds must put their bond to the test by working together to saw a log in half in front of all their wedding guests. The act showcases their ability to work together and face obstacles that may come throughout their marriage.

2. Philippines: Releasing Doves  During a traditional Filipino wedding reception, the bride and groom release two doves into the air. This is said to represent a long, peaceful and harmonious life together.

3. Japan: Sake Sharing Ceremony  In the beloved Japanese tradition of san-san-kudo, the bride and groom take three sips each from three flat sake cups…