by Jessica Acklen
Traditional design is back. We present the modern take on the white bouquet and ladylike accessories that channel old-school glam.
Chanel sandal ($1,100/Chanel Highland Park Village); Raynaud “Mineral Irise” china in pearl grey ($51-$90/Neiman Marcus); Bell’Invito couture invitation suite (price upon request/Bell’Invito); Jemma Wynne pearl and diamond necklace ($3,900/Forty Five Ten) ; Lele Sadoughi “Boulevard” earrings ($280/Forty Five Ten); Jimmy Choo “Cloud” bag ($3,850/Jimmy Choo); Napoleon pearl ivory flatware ($20 a piece/Madison); Aurélie Bidermann “Baby Chivor” pearl necklace ($7,500/Forty Five Ten); Lele Sadoughi “Crystal Lily” mother of pearl ring ($150/TTH Forty Five Ten); Mineral dessert plate ($16/Anthropologie); Pearlized wedding cake macaron with almond amaretto buttercream (price upon request/We The Birds)
Photography by Chris Plavidal | Styled and produced by Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
If you’re looking for some major wedding 411, Rosa Clará is here to help. The bridal boutique is hosting a complimentary four-week Weddings 101 series so all you stressed out brides can let out a sign of relief. Because they know just how trying it can be to make your big day picture perfect they’re bringing in local vendors to answer all your questions and offer tips, tricks, and price-conscious ideas. And to make it even better, they’ll be serving champagne and lite bites! The first session is this Sunday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and it will focus on choosing music, making your budget go a long way, and using lighting effectively. The other sessions are every Sunday until June 17 (excluding May 27), from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Topics for those sessions include: photography, makeup, the best colors for the season, DIY projects and much more! For more details, click here. No RSVP is necessary, so bring all your friends (the more hands to help plan the better) and get ready to have all of your wedding woes solved.
Jessica Acklen is a wedding intern.