Wedding Fashion | Crop Top Wedding Gown

We love following the newest trends in wedding fashion and are delightfully surprised at the newest trend for next season – the crop top gown! We’ve seen models, actresses, and even bold fashionista’s in Colorado rocking the crop top. With the ability to show a peek-a-boo tiny amount of skin, or the toned abs you’ve been working on forever, crop top wedding gowns are this seasons next big thing!

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Crop top gowns also make a great reception dress style if you wish to keep your ceremony gown more traditional. What do you think of this style?

Bridal Fashion Week | 2013 Bridal Inspiration

Bridal Fashion Week is the biannual event that sweeps New York City and leaves luxurious fashion, genuine inspiration and yards of satin in its wake. Thanks to Martha Stewart Weddings and Getty Images, here are a few of our favorite styles showcased at this years Bridal Fashion Week.

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This beautiful Marchesa gown has an Eastern influence that makes you swoon!

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We love this gauzy layered look from Vera Wang! We are seeing a lot of ruffles from this year’s shows.

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The lacework on the bodice of this column gown by Douglas Hannant gives it a sheer effect even though the dress itself appears conservative. So beautiful!

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Unusual headpieces are becoming more popular this year! From turbans to tiaras, prepare to have something in your hair! This headpiece is worn with a Marchesa gown.


Perfectly Priced Party Dress Sale in Denver

You don’t want to miss this FANTASTIC opportunity to purchase a cocktail dress, a bridesmaid dress, designer shoes and gorgeous jewelry at an incredible discount.  A portion of each sale will benefit Dress for Success Denver. There will also be great drawings for prizes and gifts.

Rocky Mountain Bride and Knot Magazine Features


We are so excited that our photo shoot made the cover of the latest issue of Rocky Mountain Bride Magazine!   Amber, one of our pro event planners, designed and coordinated the entire photo shoot along with Kelli from Kelli Hunt Photography. You can see the full post, vendors and images on our blog and also on Kelli’s Colorado wedding photography blog.


We are also excited to have Holly and Seth’s incredibly adorable wedding featured in the fall/winter 2011 issue of the Knot Colorado magazine.   Gabby, one of our expert planners, coordinated this stunning vintage rustic wedding for Holly and Seth at Chatfield Botanic Gardens last summer.  Holly runs the fabulous Mile Hi Bride blog which is a must-read for any bride having a Colorado wedding. You can see Holly and Seth’s wedding on pages 44-47 of the magazine.  You can also see their gorgeous Denver wedding on our blog.


We are also proud to have our work from Ashley and Kyle’s wedding featured online with Colorado Weddings Magazine:

2011 Bridal Fashion Week | Gabby’s Favorites


This is my final post from Bridal Fashion Week from Spring 2011, and this is merely a collection of my favorites. I have always had a special place in my heart for the amazing Claire Pettibone – her dresses have such beautiful textures and draping, details and fit. With my background in fashion and apparel merchandising, I always pay close attention the way a dress fits each body. These dresses, from top to bottom, were designed by Claire Pettibone, Nicole Miller Bridal, Monique Lhuillier, Lazaro Bridal and Douglas Hannant.





Thank you again to Martha Stewart Wedding’s Bride’s Guide for these images.

fashion review post by Gabby Cavalli, resident fashion expert at Save the Date Events

2011 Bridal Fashion Week | Intricate Skirt Designs


Designers have gotten so intricate when it comes to designing the unique detail work on their gowns – this collection of gowns from 2011 Bridal Fashion Week impresses me. I was thinking about all the moving pieces to construction such a complex garment and the amount of time and the attention to detail! These gowns are truly heirlooms.

Thanks to pics by The Bride’s Guide from Martha Stewart Weddings, and the gowns from top to bottom are designed by Douglas Hannant BridalIan Stuart, Lazaro Bridal, Badgley Mischka and Liancarlo.



fashion review post by Gabby Cavalli, resident fashion expert at Save the Date Events