A Gilded & Glamorous All Hallows’ Eve – Wedding Inspiration in Gold & Black

October 31, 2014

Good morning lovelies! Don’t worry it is definitely Friday, so I apologise for the absence of the usual Snippets, Whispers & Ribbons. It is simply that in celebration of today’s date, I thought an Inspiration Board was called for. Halloween would be such a fun time of the year to get married (just imagine the anniversary celebrations!) and an All Hallows’ Eve wedding doesn’t have to be ghoulish, oh no it can be filled with glitz and glamour!…..

Halloween Wedding Moodboard 1 ~ Photography Heather Waraksa via 100 Layer Cake, 2 ~ Rebecca Hansen via Style Me Pretty, 3 ~  Erin Hearts Court via 100 Layer Cake, 4 ~ Better Homes & Gardens

Versatile, timeless and sophisticated black makes the perfect palette for a wedding (did you see those 20 beautiful black wedding dresses yesterday? Take a peek here if you missed them), especially at this time of year, as the nights draw in. So don’t shy away from this dark and moody colour for your big day, just glam it up with gold and brighten it with a pop of something pretty. Being Halloween I chose a rich orange for my Gilded & Glam wedding inspiration, but for any other time of year add romance with a hint of blush, make it fun with a hot fuschia pink or add rich ruby red for all out glamour.

Gilded & Glamorous - Black & Gold Halloween Wedding Inspiration Board Bride ~ Photography by Alea Lovely via Burnetts Boards, Chandaliers ~ Anna Kim Photography via Style Me Pretty, Wedding Invitations ~ Photography Heather Waraksa via 100 Layer Cake, Candles ~ Rebecca Hansen via Style Me Pretty, Bouquet ~ McKenzie Powell captured by Ryan Flynn Photography via Ruffled, Wedding Cake ~ Bridepop, Typrewriter ~ The Silver Pen, Gilded Photo Booth Sign ~ Photography by Lauren Scotti via Wedding Chicks, Table Setting ~ Just Destiny


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20 Beautiful Black Wedding Dresses for the Bold Bride

October 30, 2014

With Halloween just around the corner I thought we would celebrate with something a little seasonal today. A black wedding dress is the perfect choice for a spooky celebration on All Hallow’s Eve. It is also the beautiful choice for all of you bold and fashion forward brides wishing to avoid the traditional meringue!

20 Beautiful Black Bridal Gowns (Image Source ~ Otaduy)

 I have long loved a bride who ditches the traditional wedding dress in a shade of white, in favour of a coloured gown more reflective of her personal style for her big day. In fact, it was the subject of one of my very first posts! (which you can see here, and a more recent update here) And what colour could be more bold than black for a wedding dress? Long associated with elegance and sophistication, black is the trusty shade we all turn to for those special occasions. And surely there is no occasion more special than tying the knot, so why not choose black for your wedding dress? If nothing else its means the possibility of getting to wear your wedding dress again - and what bride wouldn’t love that?

Still not sure? Take a look at these ever so stylish brides in their elegant black wedding dresses…..

A Black Wedding Dress Photography ~ Jen Huang

Black Lace Wedding Dress  Ashley Biess Photography via Ruffled

A Black & Nude Vera Wang Wedding Dress Photography ~ Michael Segal via Style Me Pretty

A Black Wedding Dress Julie Cate Photography via Style Unveiled

 You see? So, if you’re looking for a look or a dress that flies in the face of tradition, but is no less beautiful or romantic, and love the thought of wearing a black wedding dress, here are 12 of my favourites – including some straight from the catwalks for 2015……


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Chic Vintage Bride – Countess Helen zu Toerring-Jettenbach

October 29, 2014

You know I can’t resist a tiara or a royal wedding and today’s Chic Vintage Bride has both, as well as the most adorable flower girls and ring bearers…..

Chic Vintage 1950s Bride - Countess Helen zu Toerring-Jettenbach (Image Source – ERHJ)

I love how the little ring bearer, the bride’s cousin Hans, is gazing up at her with such adoration. She must have looked like an angel! And how sweet are the flower girls snow-drop posies and matching flower crowns?

The beautiful Countess Helen zu Toerring-Jettenbach, niece of Princess Marina (who wore a similarly sparkly tiara for her big day) married Archduke Ferdinand of Austria on April 10, 1956.

I so wish I could find further photos, as I would love to see more of the details in her dress, that in this picture you can just glimpse. Oh and a close up of that incredible fringe tiara of course!



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An Urban Secret Garden – Stunning Autumn Wedding Inspiration

October 28, 2014

Good morning! I have something a little extra special for you this morning. Extra special not only because it is seriously gorgeous, packed full of the most beautiful florals and just perfect for the season; but also because it introduces you to the talents of two soon-to-be Chic Vintage Brides regulars! This vintage wedding inspiration from Natalie McNally, shot in my home area of Hawkes Bay no less, is brimming with the most opulent floral design and styling by Toni McGregor of Magdalen Hill - including a breathtaking fresh flower necklace! Complete with gorgeous vintage styling, a little bit of whimsy oh and the most incredible braided updo (with a hint of modern Victoriana) you ever will see, I just know you are going to love it!

Red Vintage Bridal Bouquet

I simply adore the sumptuous shades of red and purple in this ‘The Secret Garden’ inspired shoot. They add an elegance, drama and romance to the rustic setting, making it simply perfect for you brides planning an Autumn or Winter wedding. Toni, the lady behind both the flowers and styling, says about the shoot and the inspiration “It was love at first sight, those magnificent doors to the Underground Cellar at Black Barn Winery. Instantly I was transported back to treasured childhood memories of Mary Lennox, her brother Dickon and the wonder of what lay beyond – an Urban Secret Garden was born. Romantic hues of rich ruby reds and deep plum were chosen to make a dramatic statement against the rustic textures and solid grey concrete which provided the perfect backdrop. The right amount of whimsy to our modern day take on an old classic tale was provided by details such as the chocolate apples served on wood slices. These playful notions were given sophistication by the stunning detail of the Rowan McLennan dress, Teagan Stead’s amazing hairstyle and the flawless make up by Candice Dear. Natalie from Natalie McNally Photography shared my vision and passion for beautiful blooms and captured every aspect perfectly. ” I couldn’t agree more! Toni’s floral creations are artistic masterpieces, that will truly make your heart sing and every image of this shoot is seriously stunning, so have your pinning finger at the ready!

Fresh Flower Bridal Necklace An Urban Secret Garden - Autumn Red Bridal Bouquet Autumn Wedding Inspiration - Autumn Red Tablescape Autumn Red Tablescape & Apple Place Setting Autumn Wedding Inspiration - Autumn Red Floral Centrepiece An Urban Secret Garden - Vintage Wedding Inspiration An Autumn Flower Bridal Necklace


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Pretty ‘Getting Ready’ Attire + Raising Money for the Fight Against Breast Cancer

October 27, 2014

Raising money, and awareness, in the fight against Breast Cancer has long been a cause near and dear to my heart. The sad fact is that breast cancer affects so many of us, if not directly then through friends, family and loved ones. And whilst diagnosis and treatment has come a long way in the last 30 years, we are still losing too many women to this terrible disease – one every minute! What could be a better way to honour these women, fighters and survivors on your big day, as well as raise money for the fight against Breast Cancer, than with a special purchase from Plum Pretty Sugar…..

Plum Pretty Sugar Bridesmaid Robes Photography ~ Carmen Santorelli via Plum Pretty Sugar

Plum Pretty Sugar Bridal Getting Ready Attire Photography ~ Landon Jacob Productions via Style Me Pretty

Pretty ‘getting ready’ robes have become something of a wedding day must-have for you and your bridesmaids. Who doesn’t love shots like these of the bride-to-be surrounded by friends and family in those adorable accoutrements? I have long been an admirer of Plum Pretty Sugar and their gorgeous collection of robes, rompers, shirts, shorts, PJs and kimonos; all in the prettiest of fabrics. I only wish I had discovered them before our NYE 2010 wedding! Which was why I was especially excited to see that they are so passionate about supporting the Breast Cancer cause this month, and so happy to share with you their fabulous promotion.

Until the end of October spend over $50 + purchase any item in Plum Pretty Sugar‘s Pink Love Poppy pattern, and 15% of the proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen - the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer. How fantastic is that?

Plum Pretty Sugar Breast Cancer Awareness Must enter YOUAREPRETTY14 at checkout to receive.  Order must total $50 without shipping cost and include an item in Pink Love Poppy fabric/print. Valid on orders placed now to October 31, 2014 or while supplies last. Limit one per customer, per order, per household and per credit card. Orders may not be split or divided. Offer is not retroactive and may not be combined with another promotion.


Plus, if that’s not fantastic enough, by way of a thank-you Plum Pretty Sugar will also send you a free “hello pretty” tote with your purchase.

Plum Pretty Sugar Free Tote

Surely that’s more than a good enough reason to pop across to Plum Pretty Sugar and take a peek? If you would like to support the cause, here are just a few of the styles available in ‘Pink Love Poppy’…….. click on any of the styles that take your fancy, and remember to enter code YOUAREPRETTY14 at the checkout!

If you wish to do more, you can also donate directly to Susan G. Komen here or you can find ways to get involved here.




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Snippets, Whispers & Ribbons – 5 of the Sweetest Vintage Ring Bearer Looks

October 24, 2014

I have just the thing for you today, the sweetest note to end the week on! All attention lately has been firmly on the bride, with the unveiling of the beautiful new bridal collections for 2015 (if you missed them then take a look here for some red carpet glamour, here for wedding dresses truly fit for a princess oh and Claire Pettibone’s Gothic Angel collection really mustn’t be missed!) So anyway, this week I felt we should spend a little time thinking of the men in our life. Tuesday was all about the Groom (if you missed my 10 easy ways to style him, and his men, vintage then you can see it here) and today its all about the cherubs who never fail to elicit ‘awwws’ from bride, bridesmaids and guests alike! You see it is not just the grooms that have been upping the style stakes of late, ring bearers are becoming increasingly dapper little chappies. So in this week’s Snippets, Whispers & Ribbons I have found 5 of the sweetest ring bearer looks for you, that would be just perfect for a vintage wedding…..

5 of the Sweetest Ring Bearer Ideas


1. Starting with this classy little man in his  shades of brown ensemble. This super co-ordinated look is just perfect for Summer, with the pale trousers and crisp white shirt, or early Autumn thanks to the hat and splashes of dark brown. Speaking of dark brown, oh my goodness those doe eyes are so gorgeous and I love how the hat is scrunching down his little ears!…..

The Sweetest Vintage Ring Bearer wearing braces and a hat Photography ~ Ryan Ray via Ruffled


2. With mismatched bridesmaids and grooms why not ring bearers too? I love how their looks are different but tied together with colour and pattern (with the plaid, navy and tan); and how the denim manages to look both cas and smart with the simple addition of a bow tie. Oh and just look at the gorgeous grins on these little scamps – they know they’re looking good!……

The Sweetest Vintage Ring Bearer wearing bow ties Photography ~ Taylor Lord via Magnolia Rouge


3. This is such a fun look for a little one! Bright colours are perfect for the smallest members of the bridal party, so be bold because when they’re this adorable anything goes…..and check out the boutonniere…..

The Sweetest Vintage Ring Bearer Jagger Photography via Ruffled


4. Nothing says vintage quite like tweed. And this little dandy’s slightly too large attire looks especially sweet – like he might have borrowed it! Mismatching accessories likes ties and hats is the perfect way of making each little ring bearer feel special and unique oh and I LOVE the practical yet stylish casual shoes. You just know they would have been comfortable running about in all day, but being black manage to look quite smart still…..

The Sweetest Vintage Ring Bearers wearing suit jackets and hats Photography ~ Jose Villa via Green Wedding Shoes


5. Of course for a formal wedding you just can’t go wrong with a well-fitting mini tux! Especially dashing when paired with a sweeping hair do and a grin as sweet as this…..

The Sweetest Vintage Ring Bearer wearing a tux Photography ~ Jose Villa via Style Me Pretty

These are some seriously stylish ring bearers, guaranteed to steal a few hearts! If none of these looks have grabbed you though, there are plenty more ideas in CVBs Flower Girls and Ring Bearers Pinterest board so do pop across and take a peek.

Well Mr E and I are away for the weekend, with the pup of course. A weekend relaxing by the river is going to be perfection!

Happy weekend everyone,




The Regal and Impossibly Romantic 2015 Bridal Collection from Inbal Dror

October 23, 2014

I don’t know about you, but I simply can not get enough of the beautiful bridal collections for 2015 unveiled earlier this month at NYBFW! Whilst it has been tempting to fill these pages with collection after collection, I have resisted and have instead been focusing on only the very best, most exquisite and perfectly vintage collections designers had to offer. So far I have shared with you Claire Pettibone‘s incredible “Gothic Angel” and “The Starlet” from Johanna Johnson – with dresses fit for a siren of the silver screen, plus 5 of my favourite dresses! Which means, you know a collection must be breathtaking to make it onto the pages of Chic Vintage Brides. Well, the 2015 collection from Inbal Dror is just that….and more, so much more!

Inbal Dror's 2015 Bridal Collection

For the last couple of years Israeli designer, Inbal Dror, has taken the wedding world (and Pinterest) by storm with her beautiful, seductive and incredibly sexy wedding dresses. With their elaborate embellishments, plunging necklines & backs, elegant long trains and form-fitting silhouettes, her truly one-of-a-kind designs are instantly recognisable and have become a firm favourite of the bold and glamorous modern bride. Although undoubtedly infused with old world elegance, I have personally always felt past collections (however incredible) too modern for CVB. But the refined elegance of her 2015 designs, plus her choice of bridal accessory (oh yes, it seems that 2015 may be the year for that crown revival I have yearned so long for), had me swooning and I could resist no longer!

Whilst Inbal Dror‘s latest collection includes many of the design features so adored by her brides and fans around the world, including long sleeves, sultry fishtails and delicate lace; it is also infused with gorgeous new silhouettes that are a little more sumptuous and a little less seductive; chic cover ups that create a more demure look for the ceremony before unveiling a suitably dazzling dress for the celebrations; and regal looking high necklines. Quite simply these dresses are perfect for the bride who wants to feel like a modern-day princess!

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Chic Vintage Bride – Carolyn Dubrin

October 22, 2014

It seems us brides have always had a penchant for splurging on the perfect wedding dress, just ask today’s Chic Vintage Bride…..

Chic Vintage 1940s Bride Carolyn Dubrin (Image Source – My Vintage Vogue)

Beautiful bride Carolyn Dubrin married in 1948, wearing this stunning liquid silk satin gown – don’t you just love those long sleeves and that gorgeous neckline? (actually that neckline reminds me a little of Elizabeth Taylor‘s first wedding dress) It cost Carolyn, or more likely her parents, $100 which today sounds like a bargain! But in 1948 that would have been close to a month’s salary for many people, now that puts it into perspective……. it was a stunner though!




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10 Ways to Style Your Groom (and his men) Vintage

October 21, 2014

With all of this talk of NYBFW and the unveiling of the latest bridal collections for 2015, I fear the men in our lives may be feeling somewhat neglected. So today’s post is all about our Groom and his Groomsmen! When planning your wedding much attention and talk is of finding THE dress. However, the challenge of how to style your groom vintage, whilst retaining his unique personal style, can feel just as utterly overwhelming. We all want our groom and groomsmen to be waiting at the end of the aisle with sartorial elegance on our wedding day, and this post is here to help with 10 easy ways to style your groom (and his men) vintage…..

10 Ways to Style Your Groom Vintage Photography ~ Samara Clifford via Polka Dot Bride

Long gone are the days where a grooms only option is the traditional morning suit or tux, accessorised with a pocket handkerchief and cuff links. Oh no, today’s grooms are faced with options almost as endless as ours. I love that our men are now able, and wanting, to put their own stamp on their wedding day style. But with this increase in choice comes an increase in pressure to get it right, which can be daunting – especially for the groom who is happier in a sports kit than a suit! And even if your man has his suit all figured out, giving his look a suitably vintage vibe for your big day, can be just as much of a challenge. I have found the perfect looks, suits, accessories and finishing touches befitting of any vintage wedding, so sit back and take a look, see if these aren’t just the thing.


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“Starlet” Johanna Johnson’s 2015 Bridal Collection Full of Old Hollywood Glamour

October 20, 2014

Good morning lovelies! I have something extra special for you from NYBFW to see in this new week. I know it is hard to imagine anything could top the gorgeous “Gothic Angel” collection from Claire Pettibone (which, by the way if you missed it, you really should take a peek at and you can do so here) but Johanna Johnson‘s “Starlet” literally had me oohing and aahing out loud! If you love old Hollywood glamour and art deco decadence have your pinning finger ready…..

"Starlet" Johanna Johnson's 2015 Bridal Collection

Johanna Johnson is known for re-igniting the romance and craftsmanship of yesteryear with her collections and has long been the designer of choice for many a bride and celebrity looking for a modern gown with some old world glamour, grace and understated elegance. If you have been a follower of Chic Vintage Brides for any length of time then you will know just how much I adore the designers distinctly 1920s inspired signature style - you don’t have to go far on CVB before you find a post featuring one of her real bridesveils, accessories or decadent bridal gowns, or inspired by them; and you will find her equally glamorous past collections here, here, here and here. Her timelessly elegant and sophisticated gowns of liquid silk satin, with their bias cuts, splashes of embellishment and nod to sirens of the silver screen (I can just imagine Bette Davis sashaying across a Hollywood set in one) quite simply stole my heart from the moment I saw them, and the “Starlet” collection is no exception! Negligee-like gowns that are just the right side of sexy, beaded fringing for some Gatsby razzle-dazzle and flashes of red, gold and dusky blue that add a whole new dimension…… these are wedding dresses with all the glitz and glamour of the red carpet!

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See what I mean? Aren’t you smitten?

Oh and if you want to try on a Johanna Johnson wedding dress, stockists can be found here. I still hope one day one of these beauties may be mine, in a petrol or emerald green – it will look fab-u-lous with my feather collar!

You can also stay up to date with all the latest Johanna Johnson news, trunk shows and collections by following the lovely lady herself on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.




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“Gothic Angel” Claire Pettibone’s Captivating Bridal Collection for Fall 2015

October 18, 2014

Claire Pettibone has long been my favourite bridal designer (although Jenny Packham will always have a special place in my heart, as the designer of my own wedding dress, as well as some of the most gorgeous art deco wedding dresses in the world!) Whilst I may feel a little disloyal saying it, Claire Pettibone collections, with her distinctive signature style, are always so full of the most feminine and ethereally elegant wedding dresses that it is quite simply impossible not to be charmed and captivated by them. Designed with a hint of the Art Nouveau era, and not lacking in beauty or old world romance, her wedding dresses are quite simply perfect for the vintage loving bride…..

Claire Pettibone's 2015 Wedding Dress Collection - Gothic Angel

No-one designs a wedding dress with vintage glamour or grace quite like Claire Pettibone and “Gothic Angel” her Fall 2015 Collection, inspired by iconic cathedrals such as Notre Dame, Westminster Abbey and St. Patrick’s, is full of everything we have come to expect from the inimitable designer: ornate lace details, intricate floral embroidery, delicate splashes of colour, diaphanous layers, graceful necklines, elegant long sleeves (as well as some billowing bohemian sleeves), beautiful portrait backs plus a few surprises! For whilst undoubtedly her designs are instantly recognisable, she is also a designer who always manages to create collection after collection each somehow even more gorgeous than the last. And Gothic Angel is Claire Pettibone at her absolute romantic best……

“The iconic angel comes to life, not on the feathered wings of an imagined future, but here and now, as a powerful and beautiful woman welcoming use to Heaven on Earth.” – Claire Pettibone

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Snippets, Whispers & Ribbons – 5 of the Most Beautiful Wedding Dresses For 2015

October 17, 2014

Hello lovelies. Well, New York Bridal Fashion Week has been and gone for another year! NYBFW is just about my favourite time of year – I love seeing the talented designers of the wedding industry raise the bridal beauty bar each and every season. Just as I think they have achieved perfection, the next collection somehow wows even more than the last – and this year was no different! The catwalks were awash with lashings of the most luxurious fabrics, heavenly embellishments, elegant necklines and every silhouette you can imagine. Over the next week or so I will be sharing with you some of the most exquisite vintage inspired collections from NYBFW, as well as highlighting some of the key trends – and there are some beauties! For now though I am going to tease you with just a glimpse of 5 of my favourite looks (oh and whittling this list down to 5 was no mean feat!)

Snippets, Whispers & Ribbons - 5 Most Beautiful Wedding Dresses for 2015 Immersed in the wedding world as I am now, it is hard to imagine anyone might not have heard of New York Bridal Fashion Week. But only 4 short years ago I knew nothing about it and as a bride-to-be may well have wondered why I would even want to know about it. So for any of you who may not understand (yet) what all the fuss is about - New York Bridal Fashion week is THE wedding industry event where bridal designers, from around the world, share their latest wedding dresses, gowns, shoes and accessories – basically everything that bridal boutiques will be brimming with next year. So you see, if you’re getting married in 2015 (or even 2016) then NYBFW is as important as those Pantone colour picks revealed last month (oh didn’t you see them? Take a look here and here if you missed that announcement).

Now I have piqued your interest, here’s my selection of 5 of the most beautiful wedding dresses for 2015….

1. Starting with this long sleeved lovely from Naeem Khan, who only last year debuted his first bridal collection!

Fall 2015 Bridal Collections - Naeem Khan Photo by John Aquino via WWD


2. Inbal Dror is known for her sultry, skin baring, figure hugging dresses that create the slinkiest of silhouettes, which is why this charming tea length gown really caught my eye on her runway……

Fall 2015 Bridal Collections - Inbal Dror SYPhotography via Style Unveiled

 Oh and if you’re a tea-length lover, then 2015 is the year for you, because the catwalk was full of them!


3. The statement train and exquisite lace of this gorgeous gown from Ines Di Santo just took my breath away……

Fall 2015 Bridal Collections - Ines Di Santo Photo by Maria Valentino/MCV Photo via The Knot


4. There is nothing I don’t love about this dress from Monique Lhuillier – the colour, the sleeves, the neckline, the sparkle…..and don’t even get me started on the accessory!

Fall 2015 Bridal Collections - Monique Lhuillier (it looks like my long wished for crown revival may finally have started for Monique Lhuillier wasn’t the only designer to send her brides down the catwalk adorned with diadems!)


5. And last, but by no means least, this stunning floral wedding dress from Elizabeth Filmore……have you ever seen anything so romantic?

Fall 2015 Bridal Collections - Elizabeth Filmore Photo by Steve Eichner via WWD

Ahhh, one day I hope to get there and to be able to report back to you having seen all of the glorious dresses in person!

Oh and if you’re wondering where the Claire Pettibone dress is, then you’ll have to pop back later! It was impossible to choose just one from my favourite designer’s “Gothic Angel” collection, so I thought I had better dedicate an entire post to it.

See you later!



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