Friday, 4 March 2016

Celebrity Wedding Dresses - Angelina Jolie, Jessica Ennis, Kim Kardashian, Millie Mackintosh

A quick look at some more Celebrity Wedding Dresses

Angelina and Brad


Created by Versace the gown featured a simple bodice with thin straps,  the bust was complete with ruchings, a plain waist and a flowing full skirt.
This Versace Gown I think is perfect as it had sketches that their children had drawn on it. Such a beautiful tribute to her children i think and a beautiful way of adding a personal touch and something that i am sure she will keep forever.

Jessica Ennis and Andy Hill

Jessica Ennis

When Jessic Ennis married her childhood sweetheart back in 2013 she chose a
  wore a Monique Lhullier V Necked sleeveless ivory silk gown with a ruffled tulle skirt along with a full length veil

Kim and Kanye

Kim Kardashian married Kanye West married in June 2014 on a beautiful hilltop location overlooking Florence Italy in a long sleeved lace Givenchy Haute Couture gown. Her look was finished with her long flowing hair and a cathedral length veil. Mother Kris Jenner walked down the aisle with baby North.

Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green

Millie Mackintosh was looking beautiful wearing a vintage lace by Alice Temperley wedding dress and Christian Louboutin peep-toe shoes in white, her hair was styled into a pleated floral updo with a short veil that fell past her shoulders and she accessorised with some simple pearl earings.
Carrying a bouquet made up of white, cream and pink flowers, She looked happy and relaxed as she married her love Professor Green back in September 2013. She was walked down the aisle by her father Nigel, who looked every inch the proud father. Her bridesmaids were good friends of hers and the wedding was well attended by the usual expected celebrities and fellow musicians and reality tv stars.

Sad to now say that this marriage has ended, although they have stated that they will remain good friends.

So much happiness: The newlyweds can't contain their joy as they pose for wedding photos after the ceremony

I really love the simplicity and how delicate this vintage dress looked, out of all the celebrity dresses above, I think that this is my favourite, which is one is yours?

A Lot of Bottle

Once inexpensive and simple way of creating centrepieces for your wedding is by using Bottles,
They are easy to get hold of, they come in array of colours so the world is your oyster. You also do not have to be overly creative to make these work.

They are great for weddings where you may be short of time as once decorated they can be put together by family, friends or your event planner on the day itself/

You can add ribbon, glitter, twine, lace and put flowers or candles in them, or even paint them. The best thing is that you can re use them after your celebration.

What ever your idea its good to explore and play with them well ahead of time to make sure you are happy with them.  Think about how you are going to decorate them, fill them and then display them.

They look great especially when different sized bottles are grouped together or if using long tables several placed closely down the centre in a line.

Below are a few of my favourite ideas

wrapped in twine

Simple idea for table numbers

group together


A variation of ideas for decorating your bottles in twine

Wine Bottle Fall Centerpiece

paint them

Dripped wax

Decorate and add twigs for a more seasonal look

Add trinkets to the bottle necks to add more interest

Perfect aisle decorations for outdoor weddings