Whether it’s the farm you grew up on or the city where you fell for your fiancé, the location of your nuptials is your own personal stage. Not only does it set the scene for the day’s events, but also sparks major inspiration for wedding party wardrobe. Coastal I do’s lend a free-spirited vibe, while a ballroom venue is drop-dead chic. English tea party theme? Beautiful gardens call for ladylike sophistication. Wherever you decide to tie the knot, our dress picks promise a stylish ceremony.
Planning a wedding is like an upside down pyramid; the broad decisions, like which venue, bridal party, and colors to select, are top notch. As the months fly by (and trust us, they will) the to-do’s eventually narrow down to matching a mani pedi to your dress and handing the rings over to the best man. Organization is key for such extensive behind-the-scenes prep, especially when the goal is to have the Best Day Ever while looking #flawless. Let our 12-month checklist guide you through every step of big day beauty.
Engagements and showers and bachelorettes-oh my! There are so many events that lead up to the Big Day, which give way to plenty of wardrobe options. Narrowing down a wedding dress can be overwhelming enough, never mind choosing the perfect outfits for your final functions as a single lady. As a bride, sticking to an all-white uniform isn’t exactly mandatory, but allows you to bask in the glory of becoming a Mrs. With so many stops on the road to I do, how many LWD’s are there to go around? Let Camille La Vie be your guide!
Preparing for “I do” day is overwhelming at best. Even simple tasks, like choosing how to wear your hair, can be stressful enough to make you want to yank it all out. But since being bald is not a likely option, we’ve narrowed down some classic, photogenic looks for a fabulous wedding day, whether you’re the star of the show or a guest in attendance. Up or down? Curls or braids? Boho or chic? Whether your wedding takes you to a ballroom or a barn, we’ve got your back. Read on, and prepare to cross “show stopping locks” off the agenda. (more…)