5.28.2008

Lori and Jeremy: Turquoise in the Wyche Pavilion




Congratulations Lori and Jeremy!

Lori and Jeremy got married May 23rd at Bethel Baptist Church. Lori utilized turquoise, pale pink, and white in her palette, which popped at Larkins on the River's Wyche Pavillion. It was a lovely summer event, with Japenese lanterns, tons of candles, and Larkin's Southern Country Cocktail Buffet. If you see Lori and Jeremy, be sure to congratulate them!

Andrea & Bobby: Champagne and Snow at the Greenville Marriott


Congratulations to Andrea and Bobby!

This lovely couple got married on February 9th at John Knox Presbyterian Church and had their reception at the Marriott. They had a charming "Winter Wonderland" theme with frosted and crystalized branch centerpiece and their colors were champagne, silver, and white. Dahlia used plenty of white calla lilies, orchids, and white roses for the floral and B & R Events constructed the centerpieces. There was even snow on the tables!


Bridezilla!!

B&R Events is fortunate enough that we have never truly had a bridezilla! Usually it is the first question people ask us when they hear what type of business we are in...we always laugh, because we know how lucky we are.



If you are into crazy bridal antics, or you just want your fiance to see that you could be soooo much worse, the season premiere of Bridezillas on the We channel starts on June 1st.

5.10.2008

We're good, we promise...

We have not posted in almost two months, which is definitely a mixed blessing. We love giving our point of view, but man, we have been busy. Spring has been lovely, and the "wedding season" is truly upon us!


I want to show some pics of the newest trends in wedding dresses. It seems that alot more dresses have the "goddess" type fit with the empire waist and chiffon or taffeta like this Romona Keveza (left).




The other big trend in the V neck. Finally, a wedding dress with straps that does not look dated! Designers are finding more and more ways to add straps and sleeves to dresses while keeping the gowns fashionable and not at all matronly. Check out this masterpiece by Jim Hjelm (center).


Or you could go for the little cap sleeve. This dress is so romantic, and just think, you won't have to pull on your dress all day! (below, also Jim Hjelm).