Posted September 22, 2017 10:00am
Although we like to pride ourselves as superwomen, we may not exactly be able to do it all. Wedding planning and delegation of tasks should be sorted just after the engagement so that the bride can still work, live and prepare for her wedding while keeping sane.
A wedding stylist should have knowledge in design and be able to match your personal style with your chosen wedding aesthetic; these include anything from flower arrangements to styling the tables.
Posted August 11, 2017 10:00am
People with kinky or curlier natural hair can benefit from the versatility of being able to manipulate their hair in different styles.
Posted July 25, 2017 01:30pm
Over the past few years, brides wear one or two reception dress for their big day. This is because the wedding dress is always too formal and could be quite uncomfortable for the reception boogie down!
Wedding designers have made many options from which brides can select from. If you choose it carefully, you may be able to wear the dress for other occasions after your big day.
However, when choosing one, keep the following tips in mind.
1. Don’t be afraid to try different colours
Posted July 2, 2017 10:00am
Have you ever been a bridesmaid and ended up throwing out your whole outfit after the wedding simply because you didn’t like it?
Posted June 21, 2017 10:00am
It is possible to have an all-white bridal train without being ‘upstaged’ by your favourite girls on your wedding day.
Posted June 2, 2017 01:00pm
You necessarily do not have to force yourself into a ball gown to have your fairytale wedding.For some ladies a pair of pants does just fine and that is why its thrilling to notice that the weddin
Posted April 26, 2017 05:30pm
What’s a wedding without a wedding gown?
Posted March 21, 2017 11:10am
Hello Ladies, if you’ve been looking for a beautiful bridal hair that you can do without adding weaves/extensions, it's your lucky day because we’ve compiled some no-tracks hair inspiration for you
Posted February 18, 2017 06:00am
Gone are the days when the wedding spotlight was all on the bride and bride's maids. Not anymore!
Posted January 26, 2017 06:00am
Searching for the perfect wedding dress comes with its fair share of jargon, leaving even the most well-versed fashion aficionados confused. While straightforward silhouettes such as mermaid, ball gown and sheath are easily identifiable, wording such as basque, boning and Chantilly lace can sound confusing to the untrained ear. To help you brush up on your lingo, we have decoded tricky wedding dress terms that will have you equipped like a pro ahead of deciding on a bridal gown.