Wearing the pants in a household ain’t a one-person job — precisely why we love Fancy Bridal N.Y.’s wedding day looks. Elegant trousers and tuxedo-topped frocks are pieces you can rock well after the ceremony.
Ruche Bridal’s just-launched spread of ethereal-meets-hipster accessories — from nude nail polishes and beaded lace gloves to chenille bridal jackets covered in ivory rosettes — allow jumping the broom without breaking the bank.
Even better than cruising a landscape of aisle-ready inspiration arranged by the trends and colors that catch your eye? The fact that every item you see — gown, centerpiece, or invite — on Tailored is for sale somewhere on the Web.
Jeweler Azature Pogosian does the idea of wedding-day bling one better. This season he debuts a line of polished fine chocolate diamonds — originally created as thank-yous for high-profile clientele — that taste as good as they look.
After spotting designer BreeAnn Veenstra’s own DIY invites, we popped the question about quoting rates for our readers, too. (Spoiler alert: She said yes.) Customize your own with drawn city maps, return-address stamps, and venue illustrations.