Grape Organza One Shoulder ALine Long Bridesmaid D

Grape Organza One Shoulder A-Line Long Bridesmaid Dress with Petal Accents

Grape organza A-Line long bridesmaid dress with curved neckline, one shoulder with petal accents, modified A-Line skirt organza sweep train at back.

Fabric: Organza

Silhouette: A-Line

Length: Long

Shoulder: One Shoulder

Color: Grape


Category:Bridesmaid Dresses

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Satin Ball Gown Scoop Sleeveless Wedding Dress 245

Satin Ball Gown Scoop Sleeveless Wedding Dress

Dress Name: Satin Ball Gown Scoop Sleeveless Wedding Dress With Chapel Train AE2356

Fabric: Satin

Silhouette: Ball Gown

Neckline: Scoop

Sleeves: Sleeveless

Length: Chapel Train

Details: Flattering Pleated Bodice

Back: Lace Up or Zipper Up Closure

Color: White / Ivory / Champagne / Custom Colors

Size: Standard Size or Custom Made Size

Confirmation: We will send you order confirmation to your registered email within 24 hours after getting your payment, please check and confirm it as soon as possible. Your order will be confirmed automatically without any exchange, return and refund if you do not reply us after 5 days from the date we get your payment.

Working time: About 20 working days after getting your confirmation by email or phone. Available in Rush Order which will cost you extra 60 Pounds.

Shipping: Standard (about 7-15 business days) / Expedited (about 3-5 business days).

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Tiered Crystal Pleated Organza Ruffled Full Skirt

Tiered Crystal Pleated Organza Ruffled Full Skirt Wedding Dress

Strapless organza ball gown with sweetheart neckline. Ruched bodice features side ornately hand-beaded motif and full lace-up corset back. Dropped waistline. Elaborate multi-tiered crystal pleated organza ruffled full skirt with matching beaded motifs. Chapel length train.

Fabric: Organza

Silhouette: Ball Gown

Length: Floor Length

Neckline: Sweetheart

Strap: Strapless

Waist: Drop Waist

Skirt: Chapel Train

Bodice: Ruched Bodice

Back: Lace-Up

Season: Fall Spring Winter

Embellishment: Crystal Beaded

Gone: Pleated Skirt

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Flower Pleated Chiffon ALine Sweep Bridal Dress 77

Flower Pleated Chiffon A-Line Sweep Bridal Dress

Strapless pleated chiffon soft A-Line bridal gown. 3D flower detail at center adorned with beaded center. Sweep train.

Fabric: Lace Chiffon

Silhouette: A-Line

Neckline: Sweetheart

Strap: Strapless

Skirt: Sweep Train

Color: White

Season: Spring

Style: Simple

Details: Pleated

Embellishment: Flower

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How to give a wedding toast speech writing tips fo

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Need to learn how to give a wedding toast? Giving a toast at a wedding or event is a big deal, and for a lot of people, public speaking evokes feelings of extreme terror… which reminds me of this quote from Jerry Seinfeld.

"According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy."

It doesn’t have to be this way! I promise, by then end of this article, you’ll be raising a glass to toast the success of your own future toasting (that is meta).

You don’t have to be an extrovert or professional big mouth like me to prepare a cracking speech. As a seasoned foot-in-mouth-specialist and occasional standing ovation receiver (I said occasional), I want to give you some tips to ensure that your speech will not be included in a Buzzfeed’s worst wedding moments countdown – but will instead be remembered for being witty, warm and genuine…just like you!

Firstly brides, I implore you to chuck out the awful patriarchal tradition of the silent woman and get up and make a speech. What you have to say is meaningful and important. Why is it that only the groom speaks at these wonderful events? It really irks me. I am bride. Hear me roar.

The success of smashing out a memorable speech is for me due to two things: preparation and authenticity. I know is easier said than done, BUT it’s way more effort putting on a front and trying to be something you are not, than getting up there and owning it as you. Without preparation, you may come off looking like a tool or saying something that will haunt you to the end of days.

As a stand up, it’s fun pushing the boundaries and exploring taboo. However a wedding isn’t the place to discuss the groom’s history of STDs, exes and divorce. Perhaps you’re the MOH and feel deep down inside that the couple isn’t “4eva”. The wedding isn’t the place to air these feelings, particularly after a couple of glasses of champagne courage (we’ll get to that too). If you really feel strongly about sharing that opinion, do it before the wedding…loooong before the wedding.

Saying things (even jokingly) like “we didn’t think you’d last”, “we never really liked the bride (or groom)” or “although we really thought your last boyfriend was tops, we’ve warmed to the groom” are probably best kept under your hat or skirt. Sarcasm is fun, I love it, but often deep down these comments are true (and possibly rather hurtful) so shush!

Nerves are a killer. Often people resort to booze to dull them. I can say in 8 years of standing up and telling jokes to strangers I have never drank and talked. Don’t get me wrong, I love a tipple but when I am on stage I am work. You don’t drink at your desk (or do you?). I prefer to be fully in charge of my brain and mouth, knowing that I can cope with hecklers, dud microphones and whatever other challenges are thrown in my path (and there have been a few). I’m not saying you have to be sober Sally on the day, just don’t get hammered before you get up there.

Breathing, although obvious for continuation of life, is also an excellent nerve-buster and freak-out diminisher. Gentle breaths are best, just make sure they are not directly into the microphone or you’ll sound like you’re from a 1900 number.

Sometimes before I go on stage I like to say a little mantra to myself like ?You can do this!’ or ?Even though you didn’t get into acting school, you’re still an excellent performer!’. Try not to let anyone else overhear you saying this though, and make sure the microphone is OFF.

When you are writing the speech, (months in advance because you have taken note of my first point, BE PREPARED!) a delicate mix of sincerity and humour, possibly causing some mild face-palm moments but avoiding any post-speech cocktail fork stabbings, is ideal. I always say go for heart over laughs. Of course, I say that, but laughs are really what I want. Sweet, sweet laughs. The perfect speech is 90% laughs, 10% heart…but I didn’t’ say that
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Strapless Tulle Aline Wedding Dress with Chapel Tr

Strapless Tulle A-line Wedding Dress with Chapel Train Skirt

Strapless tulle and lace modified A-line wedding dress. Softly curved neckline with ruffled trim and low dipped back. Antique lace bodice accented with scattered beading and hand-beaded jeweled midriff. Inverted Basque dropped waistline features matching ruffle trim. Full tulle skirt with chapel length train.

Fabric: Lace Tulle

Silhouette: A-Line

Strap: Strapless

Waist: Drop Waist

Skirt: Chapel Train

Season: Fall Spring Winter

Embellishment: Beaded

Gone: Collection

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Attractive Charmeuse Aline Beading Embellished Hal

Attractive Charmeuse A-line Beading Embellished Halter Full Length Dress With Flowing Skirt

Attractive Charmeuse A-line Beading Embellished Halter Full Length Dress With Flowing Skirt


Details: With a look of opulence, this halter dresswill make people stop and take notice. The beading-embellished halter top is enhanced with a sexy neckline. The ruched charmeuse defines the empire waist, and the skirt is generously draped to create added fullness as it cascades down to the hem.
Neckline: halter

Silhouette: A-line

Hemline: floor-length

Skirt Type: draping

Color Family: purple

Category:Prom Dresses

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SheathColumn Sweetheart Chapel Train Satin Kneelen

Sheath/Column Sweetheart Chapel Train Satin Knee-length Wedding Dresses




Sleeve Length:Sleeveless



Back Details:Lace-up


Embellishment:Appliques , Ruffles , Lace


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DIY VintageStyle Birdcage Veil for Brides

Photo by Corey Bruce Photography

Hello again beautiful brides! July was a busy month with our wedding and friends and family in town, but I’m back and ready to share some more DIY projects with you. Today I’m going to show you how easy it is to create your own vintage-style birdcage veil at a fraction of the cost that bridal stores will charge you for one!

A birdcage veil is great route to go for a no-fuss veil that you won’t have to worry about the wind blowing into your face while you say your vows or ruin your lipstick!


? yard French netting (available in most craft stores or look on Etsy for a custom color)Measuring tapeScissorsNeedleThread, matching the color of the nettingThimble (this really helps with pushing the needle through the netting without also pushing it through your finger!)Hair comb

Cut the netting to a length of 12 to 14 inches. Fourteen will give you a slightly fuller veil. Cut just below the "knots" in the fabric. Thread your needle and start to stitch along the cut edge, running the needle through the "knots."

Stitch all the way along the cut edge, then continue up around the finished edge, and finally up the opposing cut edge. You’ll end up stitching a boxy letter ?U’ when finished.

Gather netting along the thread so it’s slightly bunched into the shape that you like.

Slide your hair comb through the bunched area of netting and use a small pointed object (metal nail file works great!) to tuck the netting under the brooch or flower attached to the comb. Tie a few knots through the bunch netting and comb and snip off extra thread.

Once your hair is styled, slide it into your "do" and go get hitched!

Photos by Corey Bruce Photography

Are you wearing a birdcage veil for your wedding day? Would you DIY it yourself? Let us know what you think of this easy wedding DIY in the comments!

About Sasha Rumage: I live in Portland, OR with my fiance, Josh, and 15lb cat-child, Punk. Josh is also my tattoo artist and claims I’m his favorite canvas! When I’m not concocting boozy baked goods for my blog, Tattooed Martha, we’re nerding out on our favorite shows, Parks and Recreation and Game of Thrones or taking day trips to our favorite beach (which is where he proposed!).

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Halter Lace Bridesmaid Dresses with Scallop Edge 6

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Halter lace dress with scallop edge, big lace flower at waist.

Necklines: Strapless

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