Wedding at the Burden Mansion

Being quite busy in 2012 we haven’t had a chance to blog too many events so using the spring opportunity we will try to publish as many events as possible (before we are taken over by another load of beautiful events:)).

This was such a beautiful and intimate wedding at the Burden Mansion and we really enjoyed being a part of it.  The pictures speak for themselves.

 

Our profile got even better :)

As many of you may know Event Remembered has been a proud featured vendor on The Knot profile.  The Knot has been working hard to enhance their website to make it more productive and easy to navigate for you, our brides and grooms!  Vendors can now have a beautiful header to show their featured work and make the site more attractive.  We were among the first ones to put it to work.  See for yourself:) Our work at the beautiful Burden Mansion

 

And the winner is…

Which one was your favorite gown from last night???  These are my favorites!!!

 

Feeling like a princess…

Good morning, lovelies!!! I hope the Northeastern monster Nemo didn’t affect you and your loved ones!  Happy Monday!

Looking at the most recent fashion novelties of 2013 I noticed quite a few ball gowns.  Don’t you think there is just something magical about a full, floor-length skirt, right? When it comes to looking like a princess on your wedding day, nothing sets the tone quite like a classic ball gown. Lucky for us, designers answered our fairy tale fantasies this season, sending one dreamy dress after another down the runway.

A few of our favorites:

no. 1 Amsale • no. 2 Romona Keveza • no. 3 Kenneth Pool

no. 4 Austin Scarlett • no. 5 Mark Zunino • no. 6 Maggie Sottero

Did anyone have a wedding dress appointment this weekend?

Beautiful illusion…

Happy 2013 to all of you!!! I am sorry I was off the radar, had a lot of things happening but very happy to be back:) The Worlds hottest designers unveiled their vision for Fall 2013 and while many of the trends from last year (sleeves, lace and coloured wedding gowns) made a reappearance, my favourite trend to emerge for this year is the illusion neckline. From lace overlay, to sheer voile, this years bride can expect to embrace a more demure look with just the right hint of sass, and as a bonus you can dance the night away with none of the perils and pitfalls of a strapless gown!

I’ve always been mesmerised by the collections of Monique Lhuillier and this year was no different. Sheer voile panels were punctuated with intricate detailing and patterns, creating an almost fairy like interpretation of the look.

Ornamentation, classicism, and romance were key words at Vera Wang, and two very different silhouettes show the illusion neckline has impact on any style of dress. Incidentally, this was Vera Wang’s all white show in two seasons, shunning the intense colour of last year.

Short and long were given equal treatment when it came to pretty neckline details at Amsale

Sheath and mermaid were the two primary shapes at Ines di Santo this year, topped off with sequinned detailing and embellishment.

This has to be the most unique take I’ve seen on illusion necklines yet! Reem Acra wowed crowds this year with her innovative use of stretch fabrics and metallic sheens to create an alluring and exquisite collection.

Finally, Christos was altogether more simple and elegant, showing no matter what kind of bride you are, the illusion neckline can be the perfect accent detail.

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