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The best bridesmaids dresses I’ve ever seen.

The best bridesmaids dresses I’ve ever seen.

(Source: ruffledblog.com)

Haters saying she’s too young for that dress? Well what was she supposed to wear, overalls? There’s nothing wrong with soft pink, delicate lace and understated make-up. Nothing. Get it, girl!

Haters saying she’s too young for that dress? Well what was she supposed to wear, overalls? There’s nothing wrong with soft pink, delicate lace and understated make-up. Nothing. Get it, girl!

workingdayandnight:

Kate Middleton’s bouquet which was made fittingly of ‘Sweet Williams’ was not traditionally laid at the tomb of the unknown warrior today at Westminster Abbey. Instead it’s reported that Kate, now titled The Duchess of Cambridge, will lay the flowers at the grave of Princess Diana, William’s mother.

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workingdayandnight:

Kate Middleton’s bouquet which was made fittingly of ‘Sweet Williams’ was not traditionally laid at the tomb of the unknown warrior today at Westminster Abbey. Instead it’s reported that Kate, now titled The Duchess of Cambridge, will lay the flowers at the grave of Princess Diana, William’s mother.

today:


Kate’s very fancy something old, new, borrowed and blue
Something old: The bridal gown, from Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, featured “traditional Carrickmacross craftsmanship,” a lace technique that dates back to the 1800s.  
Something new: Her parents gifted their daughter with custom-made diamond oak-leaf earrings with a diamond-encrusted acorn set in the middle, a nod to their new family crest.
Something borrowed: Kate’s tiara, on loan from the queen herself, per royal wedding tradition, is a 1936 Cartier “halo.” 
Something blue: We can’t see it, but a blue ribbon is sewn into the interior of her dress. MORE

Royals — they’re not just like us.

today:

Kate’s very fancy something old, new, borrowed and blue

Something old: The bridal gown, from Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, featured “traditional Carrickmacross craftsmanship,” a lace technique that dates back to the 1800s.  

Something new: Her parents gifted their daughter with custom-made diamond oak-leaf earrings with a diamond-encrusted acorn set in the middle, a nod to their new family crest.

Something borrowed: Kate’s tiara, on loan from the queen herself, per royal wedding tradition, is a 1936 Cartier “halo.” 

Something blue: We can’t see it, but a blue ribbon is sewn into the interior of her dress. MORE

Royals — they’re not just like us.

ladyinwaiting:

cherylynntsushima:

I’m not much of a wedding reblogger, but I love dancing and I’m about 90% sure this is at Union Station in LA, which is one of my favorite places.  If I ever get married, there will be THE MOST dancing.

If I ever wear a poofy dress- it will look like this. And I will be barefoot in either the sand or the grass.

The feeling in this photograph is exactly what I want my wedding to evoke.

ladyinwaiting:

cherylynntsushima:

I’m not much of a wedding reblogger, but I love dancing and I’m about 90% sure this is at Union Station in LA, which is one of my favorite places.  If I ever get married, there will be THE MOST dancing.

If I ever wear a poofy dress- it will look like this. And I will be barefoot in either the sand or the grass.

The feeling in this photograph is exactly what I want my wedding to evoke.