Monday, May 31, 2010
For a quick view of her designs visit: www.saragabriel.com.
Sara Gabriel Trunk Show:
June 3 & 4th, 10am-8pm
Haute Bride Couture Bridal
1954 Union St.
San Francisco, 94123
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Why do we love Zoe? She’s easy to work with, incredibly warm and friendly, and has that perfectly relaxed but professional attitude on the job. Her images are no doubt creative, yet she photographs in a simple, effective, photojournalistic style. Priding herself on allowing herself to capture moments as they happen versus asking the couple to pose, her work will create a story for your wedding day as it unfolds…naturally.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
View her beautiful designs at:
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Gene tells us he loves shooting weddings for many reasons. “My favorite part is the beginning of the day, when I get the chance to spend time with the bride and groom individually, capturing those moments they each can't witness. The hours before the ceremony are filled with excitement, anticipation and joy. It’s my job to capture those special moments in a non-intrusive manner.”
With a love for destination weddings, Gene recently traveled to the Dominican Republic to write a magazine article about them. His recap of the trip can be found on his blog at: http://www.genekosoy.com/weddings-in-the-dominican-republic/.
He considers himself very lucky: he wakes up every morning to do something he truly enjoys. Of his work he says, “When taking photos of the couple I emphasize that they not concentrate on the camera, but on each other instead. The resulting images come out candid and genuine. My passion for my work comes through in my images, and I strive to get images that tell the couple’s love story.”
To view his beautiful work, visit:
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
May 21 & 22, 11am-5pm: Oscar de la Renta at Marina Morrison
Book your appointment and oogle at Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2011 Bridal Collection at Marina Morrison in downtown San Francisco. Making its debut straight off the runways from New York Bridal Fashion Week, Marina Morrison is the only bridal retailer to carry Oscar de la Renta wedding gowns in Northern California.
Where: Marina Morrison-30 Maiden Lane, 4th Fl., San Francisco, CA 94108
RSVP @ 415-984-9360
May 22 & 23, 10am-6pm: Alix & Kelly Trunk Show at Bella Bridesmaid
Book your appointment to view the 2010 Alix & Kelly Collection at Bella Bridesmaid Los Gatos. Cake and champagne cocktails will be passed, and get this: save 10% off all orders placed by June 6th, 2010.
Where: Bella Bridesmaid-465 N. Santa Cruz Ave.Suite ALos Gatos, CA 95030
RSVP @ 408-399-4649 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, May 17, 2010
When I imagine a MOTB, I see poise, elegance, class, and glamour. A lot of mom's feel that due to age and fear of overshadowing the bride, fashion has to suffer. But, I'm here to shine another light on it; there's no reason why mom can't be gorgeous right along with you.
As with bridesmaid dresses, I think MOTB dresses can get a bad rep because there are some bad (cringe-worthy bad) seeds out there. So I decided to poke around Bride.com and find some pieces that I would be proud to see my mom in on my big day.
I love the sassy black and white strapless dress for a mom who likes a more youthful look. Or, alternately, the floor-length forest green strapless with a lace shrug for those who like to be a little more covered up. The great thing about the lace shrug is that it's still sexy while being modest.
I was heartened to see so many beautiful styles out there. I for one can't wait to help my mom find hers when it's my turn. With dresses like these it's going to be hard to choose!
Wishing both you and your moms champagne toasts and fabulous fashion finds.
Friday, May 14, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
So what inspires her when it comes to making her gorgeous cakes: “Old-fashioned American baking updated for today.” She adores vintage design, fabrics and Wayne Thiebaud. And she loves cakes that have beautiful details but still maintain grace.
Alison is deeply committed to offering brides and grooms a positive experience from start to finish. This means that when you work with Alison, you can expect quality ingredients, proper follow through, flexibility with meeting times, a transparent business practice when it comes to all aspects of the cake, and total creativity, no matter your budget.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
For more information and to reserve your spot, visit: www.thebellabride.com
Monday, May 10, 2010
Saturday, May 8, 2010
To take a peek at the line, visit The Wedding Collection.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Ok, ladies. You’ve got your ring. Now what? You guys need to start thinking about your bands. It’s not something you want to take lightly (literally), or leave until the last minute. Head over to 888 Brannan (formerly known as the San Francisco Giftcenter & Jewelrymart) starting this Wednesday for a peek at the best of San Francisco’s jewelers and their finest picks. Great prices, great vendors, and a great array of jewelry from engagement rings, bands and pieces for your Big Day. Go with high hopes, we wish you luck!
May 5-7, 9am-5pm
May 8, 10am-4pm
Monday, May 3, 2010
What can you expect: Well, you can book the entire first floor for your guests, the outdoor courtyard is perfect for a ceremony, the Atrium can host your cocktail reception, and your guests can move into the elegant Hoyff Theater for dinner and dancing. And they have a theatrical lighting system in which their designer can focus colors and patterns on the walls to reflect your color or theme. Think soft and romantic for dancing and bright for eating. They even have a mirror ball should it fit your style!
Pam Day, the Event Manager, comes armed with a fantastic vendor list, including many of our Bridebound picks. Pam knows how important finding the perfect venue is and is involved in as much of the process as you require: from caterering to coordinating with your planner. She'll most likely be there on your big day, making sure your ceremony and reception goes off with no snafus. And her on-site staff will continue on through your reception making sure nothing gets overlooked. Sorta like your own private security team. Bridebound approved!