Making a last minute decision, Evan and MacKenzie decided to forego their December wedding plans in exchange for an intimate, mountain top ceremony. After emailing their photographer to ask for her earliest available date, they brought their parents and close friend/officiant along for their secret wedding.
As New York Bridal Fashion Week comes to a close, we wanted to give you an exclusive peek at our five favorite trends for Spring 2017. NYBFW dazzled critics and celebrities as designers presented dangerously-low necklines, the daintiest flower details and tremendous bows. As was expected, models graced the runway in off-the-shoulder gowns, a style already popping up everywhere. Take a look at some of our personal favorites below!
Conceived and crafted by women, Millianna, a Spokane-based jewelry brand first launched in 2010 by fashion industry veterans Arianna Brooke and Sharmilla Persaud, has long specialized in handmade, fashion-forward jewelry. Now, the brand is welcoming new members into the girls’ club—brides—with the addition of a wedding line of beaded necklaces, bracelets and headpieces.
Over 12 years ago, Nicole and her husband went into their marriage with a prenuptial agreement—and haven’t discussed it since. “It doesn’t affect our financial decisions now,” she says. However, “being open and honest about finances before getting married and all through our marriage has been really important. We are both very involved in all financial decisions.”