October is one of the most popular times of year to get married, and Halloween should be no exception. I’m not talking about the outrageous vampire marries dead zombie type weddings. I am more speaking of the tasteful pumpkin themed Halloween weddings. Why not have fun, but keep it tasteful. Here are some tasteful and fun ways to have a Halloween themed wedding.
Archive for October, 2011
Today wraps up our detailed look at the newest Anne Barge collection. We hope you loved all the photos. You can see these dresses on select trunk shows and by special request. They will be in stores shortly!!! If you need any additional information please email us at info@AnneBarge.com.
As we near the end of the week, we share today our next to last batch of gowns. Be sure to come back tomorrow for the final gowns! Enjoy!
Today we continue showing you back and details of our newest collection. Please enjoy today’s batch of gowns, and join us on Facebook to vote for your favorite at the end of the week!
We hope you enjoyed the photos from yesterday. Today we are excited to show you Tyler, Merrill, Reilly, Kelsey and Lanie. Enjoy and join us for more tomorrow!
Kelsey Up Close
Lanie Up Close
Marlowe Up Close
Merrill Up Close
Reilly Up Close
Tyler Up Close
Today we would love to show you some detail and back shots of our new dresses. We start with the first five…Barrett, Ansley, Amhurst, August, and Waverly. Enjoy!
Barrett Up-close Front
Ansley Front Detail
Amhurst Front Detail
Amhurst Back with Veil detail
Waverly Front Detail
August Front Detail
So there you have it…the first five detailed shots of our new collection. We hope you love them as much as we do. Be sure to check back tomorrow for the next batch of photos. You can also see them on our Facebook page. Oh, and if you want to see them in person, email us at info@AnneBarge.com as these dresses are traveling on trunk shows already!!!
We try to remember all throughout market week why we do what we do. The reason? Our brides. Each year we put out two new collections, travel to New York, meet with buyer, and fly home. At the end of the day we always know that we do this so that each bride can find her dream dress. Those dresses are made for you! The bride is why we work hard and why we love working at what we do. That being said…it is important after all this market rush to see the result of all that hard work. I could not imagine anyone more perfect to fill that position than our real life bride Jessica. She married the love of her life Dustin wearing our gown, Carson. She looked amazing, and it takes our breath away every time we look at these photos! Thank you so much Jessica for sending us your pics, and for being a perfect Anne Barge bride!
So far we have received amazing feedback on our finale gown, Pembroke. She is an amazing gold lace fitted gown, and is perfect for the bride who wants to make a big statement. While she went down the runway with dramatic golden headpiece veil, you can make this gold dress work on your wedding day. My suggestion…still wear the gown in gold to make a statement but tone down the accessories to take it to the aisle. First, let’s take a look at the Pembroke dress…
First, add a pair of amazing gold heels…
Badgley Mischka “Fierce” Shoe available at Piperlime.com
Next, add a gorgeous messy bun with custom hair comb to compliment Pembroke’s vintage feel…
“Lonkoosh” on Etsy.com
Finally, tone down the runway drama by adding a simple, sheer long veil. It’s perfect for framing the gown without detracting from the gorgeous lace and it adds drama without going over the top.
“Nina” veil by Toni Federici
Don’t let the drama of the runway keep you from having some drama on your big day. You can wear a dramatic dress with toned down accessories and look like a supermodel in your own rite!