Oftentimes brides ask us questions about what their fiances should wear to complement (but not outshine, of course!) their gorgeous gown. We sat down with Ryan Wagner, Owner of Bespoke Edge, award-winning local custom menswear clothier, to answer some questions we’re often asked regarding menswear.
Erika and Lindsay’s beautiful Devil’s Thumb Ranch wedding is full of genuine love and laughter, and whole lot of style. Erika chose a Sassi Holford gown and sash, and a beautiful floral Paris by Debra Moreland veil from LWD.
A bustle is a set of buttons, loops and/or ties that lift the train of your gown off the ground and into the skirt to create the illusion of not having a train. A bustle allows the bride to easily dance without dragging around her train and risk being stepped on. A bustle can be anywhere from one to hundreds of points.
Bread Bar offered the moody, Colorado-feel Paige and Jake dreamed of for their wedding. They hosted their reception directly adjacent to Bread Bar and hung gorgeous blooms and candles from the ceiling with lush garland centerpieces with dark purple, lavender and magenta blooms. Their stunning style selections and perfectly intimate wedding day landed them a gorgeous feature on Green Wedding Shoes!
We’re so excited to share Liz and Scott’s gorgeous Planet Bluegrass wedding at the mark of their one year anniversary! Liz wore a fitted, beaded Matthew Christopher gown that accented her blush bridesmaids dresses and florals beautifully.