Posted 02.21.2012 By Elizabeth
Etsy is a fabulous place to find special elements for your wedding.  From table settings to gowns, you can find just about anything on the site.  The unique Ketubah posted above is “The Tree of Life Ketubah,” hand cut by Naomi Shiek.  The Israeli artist owns and operates Woodland Papercuts, creating incredible hand crafted invitations, stationary, and modern Ketubot.  More recently Shiek has been collaborating with Urban Collective, a fabulous company that creates beautiful wedding essentials. 

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Posted 02.19.2012 By Elizabeth

Pocket squares are no longer your grandfather’s accessory.  Eclectic men’s blog DapperLou recently posted a fabulous guide on how to fold pocket squares.  Stores like Brooks Brothers and J.Crew have a great selection of squares in a myriad of fabrics, colors, and patterns.  Pocket squares are a great way to add a touch of sophistication to your suit.  The Hill-Side abstract floral pocket square posted above is available through the J.Crewhttp://www.jcrew.com/mens_feature/NewArrivals.jsp website.

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Posted 02.18.2012 By Elizabeth
 
Princess Grace was the epitome of a beautiful bride.  From her days as an actress to her days as the Princess of Monaco she carried herself with such elegance.  Many consider Kelly’s wedding to Prince Rainier the wedding of the 20th century.  The spectacular gown worn by Princess Grace was a perfect combination of demure royalty and Hollywood Glamour.  It was designed by Helen Rose who at the time was the chief wardrobe designer for MGM Studios.  The stunning images above came from Madame Guillotine, an interesting blog about art history.

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