Bridesmaid Dresses

Having a hard time deciding what your bridesmaids should wear for your big day? Let us help. From casual to fancy, we’ll give you some good tips to have your bridesmaids looking snazzy (but not better than you, of course).

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Bridesmaid Dresses – Nude

A nude dress is a great color to pick as a bridesmaids dress for many reasons. First of all, it doesn’t take any attention away from the bride. If you have flashy bridesmaid dresses some of the attention will be taken away from the bride while people admire the bridesmaids… No bride wants that to happen! Nude also matches with many other colors (for shoes and jewelry) and tends to look good on most people. You really can’t go wrong with a nude dress.

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Bridesmaid Dresses – Pop Of Color

Looking for something with a little more pop? Pick a bright color for your bridesmaids. Picking the right color (such as a vibrant blue or red) will make you stand out even more in your beautiful white gown on your big day. Word of advice; keep the bridesmaids dresses a solid color. When you start picking patterns or anything with intricate details it will take away from the bride and will look too busy up on the alter. A solid bright color is a fun choice.

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Bridesmaid Dresses – Long Dresses

Long bridesmaid dresses scream classy. Picking a paler color for long dresses is probably a good choice, like a nude or a lighter blue or red. That way the attention won’t be taken off you in your beautiful white gown. There are many different styles of long dresses that look great on most everyone. Strapless, backless, one strap, two straps… Tons of possibilities, all equally beautiful. Longer dresses make the occasion a little fancier, whereas short dresses are better for outdoor, more casual weddings.

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Bridesmaid Dresses – Black

A white wedding gown looks fabulous against black bridesmaid dresses. Black looks good on everyone and will keep all the attention on you. Black is a good choice because there won’t be many people who don’t like it and it’ll look good no matter what sort of backdrop; outside, inside, by the water, whatever the venue may be. Black = class.

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All Pictures From CD Dress

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Wedding Veils

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Wedding Veils – History

Wedding veils date back for centuries. Their significance, although shifted over time, holds a special meaning to many. In the olden days, the lifting of the veil meant presenting the virgin bride to her husband. The bride would wear her hair down and flowing down her back to symbolize virginity and purity. Nowadays, the veil is used more as a symbol of beauty. When the veil is lifted, the bride in all of her magnificince is revealed to her groom and to the wedding guests. They are very fashionable and came tie together a wedding ensemble. Take a look at a few different style veils that we suggest for your big day!

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Wedding Veils – Cascading

These long, cascading veils (both above and below) are a classic choice for your wedding day. They are very long and flowing, symbolizing the brides virginity (more so in the olden days). They are perfect for covering your face to later reveal your beauty to your groom. They also add elegance to your whole wedding day ensemble and create mystery… Who is the beautiful bride behind the veil? These veils can be worn with any style of dress and with your hair up or down.

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A First Class Maui Wedding - Wedding Veils

Wedding Veils – Fine Mesh

Fine mesh veils are a unique choice for your big day. Although they do no cover the face, they add a touch of class and fashion. They are a good choice for people who do not want their faces covered and who do not want to deal with flipping it over your head for your wedding kiss. Although not traditional, they are very trendy.

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Wedding Veils – Black

Looking to spice things up a bit? A black veil is the perfect way to do so! Perfect for both the ceremony and the reception, black veils are trendy and draw attention to the brides face. Black looks good with any complexion and adds even more mystery than a simple white veil would. Although unconventional, they add some flair.

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White trim around your wedding veil is timeless. Although it doesn’t match with every style of dress (anything with an intricate pattern would clash), against the right dress it’s beautiful.

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Wedding Veils – Flower Girls

Did you know that flower girls can wear veils too? It is such a fun way for the flower girls to feel involved and to make believe it’s their big day too! Flower girls want to be just as beautiful as the bride (I know from experience!) so dressing them in a veil is a way to make them feel like a princess walking down the aisle.

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All Pictures From David’s Bridal

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Wedding Shoes

From white to pink to black, the perfect wedding shoes are waiting for you (and for cheap!)

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Wedding Shoes – Classic White Heels

Looking for a classic shoe for your big day? Check out these white pumps. A little bit of glitter for pop, these shoes will tie in nicely with any style of wedding dress. They do not draw too much attention to the feet, but compliment the ensemble as a whole. A first class shoe for a first class bride (and only $39.50!)

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Wedding Shoes – Reds and Pinks

Looking for something with a little more pop and pizazz? Red and pink are always a good choice with a simple white wedding dress. Sometimes a blast of color is what every bride needs. The bow on the red shoes above are fun and cute, while the pink ruffles below are sexy! Both shoes priced less than $60, these are a great choice for the fashionable bride.

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A First Class Maui Wedding - Wedding Shoes

Wedding Shoes – Glitter!

Wow, what is the sparkle coming down the aisle? It’s you in your glittery pumps! These heels are for the daring attention seekers out there. Matched with the right dress, these shoes can be so fun and stunning. Although glittery shoes are fun, they are not for everywhere. If you have beading or glitter of any kind on your wedding dress, these shoes will be a little over the top. They are matched best with a simpler dress to add the “wow” factor. These Vera Wang shoes above come in at $88.

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Wedding Shoes- Black

Black shoes never fail. These black strappy heels are sexy yet very classy. With a little bit of shine to them, you’ll be sure to stand out as you walk down the aisle. These shoes are also perfect for the reception! These shoes, also Vera Wang, are priced at $118.

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Wedding Shoes – Flats

Not a heels gal? (It’s okay, I’m not either…) There are SO many fun flats to choose for your big day. All colors and fashions are available, but these silver flats above are so cute! The right mixture of flashy and simple, these shoes are only $24.99! A steal. You will be more comfortable walking down the aisle, and are fabulous for dancing the night away with your new hubby :)

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All Pictures From Davids Bridal 

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Wedding Hair

Up? Down? Wavy? Straight? There are so many different ways to wear your hair for your big day. Choosing the right style isn’t easy, but we are here to help give you some ideas!

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Wedding Hair – Loose Bun

A loose, messier bun is always a cute look with strapless dresses. It is elegant yet the flow of it makes you look care free and fun. A loose bun also sets you up for beautiful earrings. The classy white earrings in the picture above add flair to the look, and the white hair piece adds a little extra pop.

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Wedding Hair – Braids

Braids can be used in so many different ways, each as beautiful as the next. Whether it’s an up do or down and flowy, braids can add grace and charm. A braid across the top of your head can act as a headband, like the picture above. A braid into a bun is a good choice because it can be worn with any type of dress and be sophisticated. A loose, flowy braid will give you that care free yet stylish look that everybody loves.

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Wedding Hair – Free and Flowing

Many brides are scared to wear their hair down for many reasons; mainly because it can loose its volume quickly between all of the excitement of the big day. There are ways in which to wear your hair down and keep it looking fresh long into the night. Loose curls or waves are a good choice because it is very natural looking. You don’t need hairspray to hold it and it gives you a free spirited (and very sexy) look. We recommend staying away from straightening your hair and wearing it down because it can easily lose its look with a drop of sweat or humidity.

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Wedding Hair – Half Up Half Down

Can’t decide if you want your hair up or down on your wedding day? Well you don’t have to! The half up half down look is an alluring option. It has the sexy flow of wearing it down but gets the hair out of your face to show off your glowing smile at the alter. Having your hair off your face is crucial while standing at the alter (and for good pictures!)

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Wedding Hair – Tight Bun

A tight bun is the most classy and upscale look. It draws attention to your beautiful face and is simply elegant. It looks good with any dress, any jewelry, and any makeup. A tight bun eliminates frizz and is smooth and chic. A great option for any and all hair types.

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Half Up Half Down From Bridal Guide

Loose bun, Tight Bun, and Flowy From The Knot 

Braid Down From On The Go Bride

Braid Up From Wed Book

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Eco Friendly Weddings

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Eco Friendly Weddings

Being environmentally friendly has changed the way in which many people lead their lives. Because of the rapidly growing population and pollution, being conscious of your carbon footprint can literally save the world. Also, being eco friendly has turned into something that people look up to. Here are some fun and easy ideas to make your wedding green and save the planet. Think local!

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Eco Friendly Weddings – Rings

Presenting your ring has never been this fun. There are so many different environmentally sound ways in which you can present them. From putting them on locally grown fruits or flowers to creating something with other objects in nature, eco friendly ring ideas are creative and inspiring. One of the greatest things about keeping your wedding green is being able to hand make almost anything with whatever is around you in nature.

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Eco Friendly Weddings – The Bride

Being one with nature on your big day is a very soothing thing (as well as perfect for pictures!). Being out in an open field on a beautiful day will make your wedding pictures flawless and environmentally beautiful. When it comes to eco friendly wedding dresses, many people automatically think “hippie” and “grungy”. That does not need to be the case. Vintage wedding dresses are very fashionable and eco friendly. Another option would be to find fabrics that are locally created for your dress. It will be one of a kind and very green.

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Eco Friendly Weddings – Flowers

When thinking flowers, think local. Locally grown flowers cut down your carbon footprint significantly. If you know ahead of time that you want a very environmentally sound wedding, grow your own flowers! There are endless possibilities of both colorful and white flowers you can grow in your own backyard. And when you’re walking down the aisle you can be proud that you grew the flowers yourself and are helping to make the world a cleaner and better place.

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Eco Friendly Weddings – Venues

There are so many beautiful places out in nature to have your big day. Beaches, countryside, forrest, backyard… The possibilities are endless. In order to make your eco friendly wedding stand out from the rest, decoration is key. No matter what venue you pick, you want to decorate with local flowers, plants, or anything breath taking that you can find in nature. Construct your own benches out of recycled wood. Use tree stumps as small tables. Anything and everything you can think of in nature will make a great decoration for the ceremony. Again, think local!

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Eco Friendly Weddings – Wedding Favors

Environmental wedding favors are so elegant and fun. Turning something as simple as a tree branch into something that can be used and loved by many is a very rewarding feeling. There are so many opportunities for cute DIY crafts as wedding favors and games. Take the picture below, for example. A great ice breaker game (and gift!) made yourself on tree branches. Everyone loves homemade gifts, especially when they are eco friendly!

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Eco Friendly Weddings By First Class Weddings

Colored Pencils From Do It Yourself Weddings

Wedding Game and Bright Flowers From Events Eco Friendly

Strawberry Ring and Couple In Field From Daring Events

Bride In Field From She Knows

Venue, Benches and Homemade Sign From Polka Dot Bride

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Wedding Makeup

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Wedding Makeup

The word cosmetics comes from a Greek word meaning “technique of dress and ornament”. The first cosmetics were simple; caster oil used as balms, skin creams made of bees wax and olive oil, and other easy homemade remedies. Over time makeup has evolved. There are now endless possibilities to making your eyelashes longer and covering those bags under your eyes. Your makeup on your big day will enhance your natural beauty and give you endless confidence when you say “I do”.

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Wedding Makeup – Dark Eyes

Dark eyes on your big deal has become more and more popular over the last few years. Dark eyeshadow and black mascara will make your eyes pop more than you ever thought they could. Even from the audiences perspective your eyes will jump out. Although dark makeup can be elegant, it is important to make it look classy, not trashy. There is a fine line between classy and tacky, so be mindful!

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Wedding Makeup – Red Lips

Bam! Red lips against your white wedding dress will shine so bright. Fair skin makes red lipstick stand out, while dark eyes can offset the brightness of the lips. The picture above is a beautifully classy way to wear red lipstick. Fair skin, dark eyes; screams elegance. Again, be mindful with red lipstick because with the wrong color eyeshadow it can look trashy.

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Wedding Makeup – Natural

What better way to present yourself on your big day than… well… naturally! Simple makeup is way underrated. Even out your skin with some foundation, pick a white or light pink eyeshadow, and a light black mascara and boom! Your natural beauty is enhanced without hiding behind anything. Let your natural beauty shine through. Your smile on your big day will do most of that for you.

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Wedding Makeup – Cultural Traditions

Following cultural wedding traditions comes with makeup and jewelry liberty. Indian weddings, for example, are full of life and color. Pick a vibrant eye shadow that matches your bright colored sari (traditional Indian wrap) and bright lipstick to add to the vibrant theme of the wedding. Even if you don’t follow a particular cultural tradition, colorful eyeshadow, like the picture below, is fun and full of life. Against a white dress, your eyes will glow with color and vivacity.

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Dark Eyes From Planet Beauty

Red Lipstick From One Wed

Natural Makeup From Weddings By Lilly

Indian Makeup From Women Galax

Colorful Makeup From Makeup Inspiration

Dark Eyes With Dark Lips From Wedding Bee

Makeup Pallet From Total Beauty

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Hipster Weddings

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Hipster Weddings – History

A “hipster”, (a person who follows the latest trends and fashions) is an up and coming way to live. From the bright colors to the vintage looks, being a hipster is being trendy. It is a subculture that started in the 90′s and is a melting pot of style, taste, and behavior. The distinctive and funky look will turn a normal wedding into a wedding full of style and swag.

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Hipster Weddings – The Groom

The hipster groom oftentimes grabs the most attention. From the colorful bow ties to the fashionable suspenders, hipster grooms carry themselves with confidence. Picking something in particular to make your hipster wedding unique (like colorful bow ties or funky shoes) will make your wedding stick out from the rest. Suspenders and bow ties cause for a more vintage, retro look for the groom.

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Hipster Weddings – The Bride

Hipster brides are the perfect mixture of hippie and modern. To go along with the bow ties and suspender of the groom, hipster brides often have some sort of extra flair to their wedding dress or jewelry. Whether it be a trendy hair flower or a vintage dress, hipster brides always stand out from the crowd.

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Hipster Weddings – Rings

Hipster wedding rings have a retro vibe. While color is important, shape and setting of the ring is just as crucial. A vintage setting for the ring will add an extra boldness to the colorful stone. That’s the thing about hipsters… Normal isn’t good enough. You have to stand out and be memorable and different. That is what makes hipster weddings so much fun.

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Hipster Weddings – Flowers

Hipsters like to be considered unusual. Therefore, flowers that are out of the ordinary are a great choice. Like the flowers above (a mixture of pin cushions, roses, lilies, and a little greenery), mixing different kinds of flowers of all shapes, sizes, and colors can add flair and life to your hipster wedding. Want even more flair? Add a big ribbon or bow to your flower bouquet for extra pop.

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Bride and Groom in Colorful Background From Hipster Bride

Umbrella Picture From Exquisite Weddings Magazine

Groom With Camera From Manly Wedding Blog

Hipsters on the Beach From Follow Pics

Bow Ties From Wedding Trends

Hipster Ring From Wedding Gawker

Grooms Shoes From Brilliant Event Planning

Flowers From Olivia Leigh Weddings

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Wedding Garters

Wedding Garters

Garters are narrow bands of fabric fastened around the leg used to keep stockings up. These dainty accessories are just a few inches in width and are usually made of leather, lace, cotton, and silk. Wedding garters are adorned with small belts and ribbons to add decor. In the 18th and 19th centuries garters were tied just below the knee which was the most slender part of the leg to keep the stocking from slipping out of place.

Garters can be as simple or as complex as the bride wants them to be. Vintage lace garters are becoming more popular with modern brides. These vintage garters are usually made of lace and have some silver detailing or beadwork on sides.

Garters range is pricing – DIY brides can make their own with lace and elastic or find them on DIY websites for a reasonable price. You can also pay larger amounts of money for more intricate garters such as the thin one featured above. Garters can have diamonds, gems and jewels in the detailing…it all depends on what kind of style you have!

The Garter Toss

The tradition of the garter toss originated in Europe and is one of the oldest surviving wedding traditions that evolved from the Middle Ages. Towards the end of the wedding reception, the groom removes his new partner’s garter then tosses to the unmarried male guests. This tradition relates to the belief that taking an article of the bride’s clothing would bring good luck. In the Middle Ages, the groomsmen would rush towards the bride to take her garter off as a prize…this often resulted in the destruction of the bride’s dress. Yikes! Nowadays, the privilege of removing the bride’s garter is reserved for the groom.

According to the superstition,  the unmarried male wedding guest who catches the garter will be the next man to get married. The bride’s bouquet toss has the same notion as the garter toss… whomever catches the bouquet will be the next to get married. Traditionally, the two people who caught the bouquet and garter would share the next dance.

Wedding Garters

Garters were very popular in the 30s and 40s for their convenience of storing small valuables in place of a small purse. In Elizabethan fashions even men wore garters. They wore them with their hose and colorful garters were an object of display.

Since the 1960s, men’s magazines have featured images of women in underwear and the garters have added an erotic element to these photographs. Brides have been known to include their “something blue” on their garter with a small ribbon or bow for an intimate touch.

Wedding Garters

Today, most brides wear two garters – one to keep and one for the groom to throw during the garter toss. The wedding garters are usually placed on the bride’s right leg by her father. It was popular for the groom to remove the garter with his teeth…in more recent years it has been viewed as more appropriate for the garter to be removed with their hands.

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Black & White Garter Shot from Juxtapose

Diamond Studded Garter from Classy Bride

Thick Tulle Garter from Indulgy

Vintage Lace Garter in Hands from Style Me Pretty

Offwhite Dress & Garter from Etsy

Blue Fabric Flower Garter from Love & Lavendar

3 Individual Gem Garters from La Gartier

 

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Wedding Nails

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Nail polish originated in China dating back to 3000 BC. During the Ming Dynasty, nail polish was usually made from beeswax, egg whites, gelatin, veggie dyes, and gum Arabic. Many people also used henna to tint their nails orange or brown. People considered high class wore red, while the lower class would wear paler colors.

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Wedding Nails

From your head down to your toe, every little detail of you big day matters. There is one thing in particular that many people do not realize can make or break your look; nails! Wedding nails tie together your ensemble and can be fun while remaining classy. Glitter nails, like shown above, are a great way to catch your audiences eye while you sparkle down the aisle.

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Wedding Nails – Adding Flair

Although some flair is overwhelming with a classic white wedding dress, these nails above stay high class. The light pink color of the nail is subtle and offsets the intensity of the white bows. The trimming around the bows make a loud statement saying “I have arrived!” Remember when adding flair to keep it fairly simple to remain a certain elegance.

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Wedding Nails – Color

Adding a small burst of color is never a bad idea to get some pop. Above we see beautiful sparkly white glitter nails with the ring finger an eruption of color. Although this look would not work with all dresses, paired with the right one and elegant flowers, this look will add pizzazz. Below we have multiple bursts of color; from the salmon nails to the gold sparkle on the ring finger, this look will also draw wanted attention.

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A First Class Maui Wedding - Wedding Nails

Wedding Nails – Nail Art

Nail art can often be tough for weddings. Finding a design that is high class yet fun is no easy feat. Nail art can frequently look low brow, so it is important to pick a good design. If you choose nail art we suggest keeping it to no more than two colors, as that will take away from the business. The white and gold nails above are a good example of fun and exciting nails with a certain level of class. These nails would pop against a white wedding dress.

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Wedding Nails – Red Nails

Do you really want some pop in your nails? Then go red. Just like in the picture above, red nails against a white dress erupt with life and look beautiful when carrying the right flowers. Although red nails are a bold choice, they can look extremely stylish.

 

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OPI Nail Polish From Saras Hair

Colorful Nail Polish From Style It Girl

Glitter Nails From Annies Adventure

Bow Nails From Pin Kave

Salmon Nails From Wedding O Mania

Glitter With Color Nail From Salon Geek

Gold Design Nails From Colores Decarol

Red Nails With Flowers From 100 Layer Cake

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Wedding Lingerie

Wedding Lingerie

Surprise your future partner a few hours before the wedding with some sexy wedding lingerie pictures. Have a secret photo shoot a few months before the wedding and get the pictures developed to give to your partner to keep them excited all day long! If you are shy in front of the camera get your maid of honor or a bridesmaid to take the pictures for you. 

In the English language lingerie is applied specifically to the undergarments designed to be visually appealing or erotic. Oh la la. In the French language, the term lingerie applies to all undergarments for either gender. This work derives from the French word linge or “washables, do the laundry and washable linen”. European lingerie was made of cotton from Egypt and India. Lingerie are fashionable and typically alluring undergarments. Lingerie may refer to undergarments including flexible, stretchy, sheer or decorative materials like lycra, nylon, polyester, satin, lace, silk and sheer fabric. Certain cotton or synthetic undergarments can also be considered lingerie.

Wedding Lingerie

The concept of lingerie as a erotic and visually appealing underwear was developed in the late nineteenth century. Lady Duff-Gordon was a pioneer in developing lingerie that freed women from the restraints of tight uncomfortable corsets. In the first half of the twentieth century, women wore underwear for three reasons…to alter their shape with corsets, girdles or bras, for hygienic reasons and for modesty. Unlike the smaller versions of lingerie that we see today, it used to be significantly more bulky and large typically covering larger amounts of the body.

The first bra was patented in the twentieth century by Mary Phelps Jacob. When the first World War broke out women were filling in for men’s jobs and a more practical, lightweight fabric was created for these undergarments.

Wedding Lingerie

Lingerie comes in many different types and forms. The most popular kinds of lingerie are babydolls, which are short nightgowns worn with panties…these are loose-fitting with an empire waist and thin straps. Robes or bedjackets can be worn over a nightgown for warmth and modesty…like this beautiful lace robe!

Wedding Lingerie – Styles

Bodystocking , bodysuit or a unitard type of lingerie is worn over the torse and possibly over the thighs and abdomens…usually used to appear slimmer. This lace unitard pictured below has a beautiful “something blue” bow tied to the back. This picture features gorgeous vintage style lingerie that we love!

Simplistic wedding lingerie is very seductive. Pairing a simple white bra with white panties makes a lovely modern bride. In most cases brides wear white lingerie under their wedding gowns.

Wedding Lingerie – White

The color white signifies innocence and purity. Some religions believe in abstinence, which is when a couple waits until they are married to engage in intercourse…this is typically symbolized by the color white. Although not every couple does not practice abstinence, brides do wear the traditional white attire with their gowns and sexy wedding lingerie.

How do you feel about Brides wearing white as a symbol of innocence on their wedding day? Which type of lingerie do you like best? Tell us what you think in the comments!

 

Sexy Wedding Lingerie by First Class Weddings

Model on Bed from Style Me Pretty

Lacy Robe from That Inspirational Girl

Model with Bulky Necklace from Wedd Book

Lace with Blue Bow from Style Me Pretty

Model with Rose Bouquet from Victoria’s Secret

Lacy Bra & Panty Set from Wedd Book

Garter Picture from We Love It

Flower Hairpiece Model from Peachy Lingerie

Model on White Chairs from F & O Forgotten Nobility

Pearl & Big Bow from Belle de Jour

 

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