Friday, April 16, 2010

Ballet-Inspired Bridal Fashion from Martha Stewart Weddings Spring 2010 Edition

The BD Team is absolutely in love with the divine ballet shoot from the Spring 2010 edition of Martha Stewart Weddings. From the beautiful gowns to the gorgeous dancers, as well as the props and the styling, the shoot is just amazing; there is so much elegant inspiration for you to draw on when planning your own wedding.

Here are the first 5 slides from the gallery on Martha Stewart Weddings, so have a look through, and then pop over to Martha Stewart Weddings to view the rest of this simply stunning shoot…

Draw your inspiration from the quiet, graceful beauty of the ballet, and turn your bridal debut into a spotlight performance worthy of a standing ovation.


 
Tulle Wedding Gown | Tulle Gown Vera Wang. Ballet slippers, ABT Spotlights for Payless ShoeSource.


 
Stationery Suite | Like the program you'd clutch while watching a breathtaking pas de deux , this stationery suite gives a nod to the stage. Invitations, illustrations, and calligraphy by Leigh Wells; printing by Print Icon. Blush Duo Tweed Effect in Tweed Pink, Chanel. "Cleopatra" solid perfume, Tocca. Earrings, Haute Bride. "Murillo" comb, Christina Garcia.



Queen Anne's Lace Gown | Slip into an embellished gown that's as airy and delicate as an arabesque. Add brilliant baubles and fabulous shoes; complete the look with a strong, contoured brow, pale pink lips, and a sculpted ballerina bun. "Queen Anne's Lace" gown, Reem Acra. "Caresse d'orchidees par Cartier" necklace, Cartier. Three-stone cluster earrings, Harry Winston.



Appliqued Wedding Dress | Appliqued gown (on model), Anne Barge; earrings, Modital for Jennifer Miller. Minidress (#10112), Robert Bullock Bride Collection, from Birnbaum & Bullock Salon, 212-242-2914. "Andrea" gown, Justina McCaffrey, from Kleinfeld. Embroidered gown (#12e86), Oscar de la Renta, from Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier. "Bando" tutus (dyed pink), Leo's, from AllAboutDance.com.



Wrap Dresses for Bridesmaids | Leotard-like wrap dresses are feminine and flattering -- they can be styled dozens of ways. For your flower girl? A tutu that complements your gown's full tulle skirt. "Caprice" ball gown, Amsale; "Ava" headband, Jennifer Behr. Bridesmaid wrap dresses, Twobirds Bridesmaid.
 
Visit Martha Stewart Weddings to view the rest of this beautiful shoot…
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