Winter Wedding Fashion

December 5th, 2013 by Karen Pan | Comment

With the temperature quickly dropping here in the Bay Area, I thought of all you winter brides who get to take advantage of all the fun fashion options. We might not get snow here but that doesn’t mean you can’t be a beautiful Winter Princess. Try adding crystals, lace or feathers to your accessories. Bundle up with a nice fur shawl or even strap on some warm boots. Even the smallest detail will be as if you stepped straight out of the Nutcracker. 

Vera Wang San Francisco Grand Opening

December 3rd, 2012 by Karen Pan | Comment

Christmas time is here! And boy do we have a great present for all you brides! That’s right, the spectacular Vera Wang flagship store coming this January 2013 at the heart of San Francisco Union Square. Now you can have one her breathtaking gowns and discover a complete couture experience with their wonderful team of consultants. Dress trials are by appointment only so give yourself the best Christmas gift and schedule your appointment today!

Beaded Back Wedding Dresses

November 13th, 2012 by Karen Pan | Comment

Can you think of a more stunning way to make an entrance? After walking down the aisle, guests get a glimpse of your back in most gorgeous way possible with the sparkling and decadent beading on these amazing dresses. Paired with a simple up-do and accessories, all eyes will be on you!



Marchesa Eye Candy

September 20th, 2011 by Karen Pan | Comment

With all the buzz of the Emmy Awards this past weekend, I couldn’t get Marchesa out of my mind. Over and over again Marchesa dresses never fail to make mouths drop in awe! Every dress is a breathtaking masterpiece with exquisite details and rolling sculptural drapes, tulle and flowers. Here is some eye candy from their 2011 bridal collection.

Photos courtesy of Wedding Inspirasi

Boutonnières: From Past to Present

September 12th, 2011 by Karen Pan | Comment

Boutonnières are common in weddings today but where did they come from? Well the term boutonnière is actually French for “buttonhole flower” when men use to place a single flower in the buttonhole of their suit jacket to ward off evil sprits. However, the tradition goes back to medieval time when a knight wore his lady’s colors (through flowers) as a statement of his love. These days, most boutonnieres are pinned directly to the man’s left lapel on special occasions. And boutonniere designs are not just limited to flowers but include many creative materials. Here are some of our favorites for each season:

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