Saturday, November 20, 2010

Emily & Jack

If you've been to Bella recently you may recognize Emily.  She has been working here on weekends and has been such a great addition to my one man team.  I met Emily originally because her husband Jack is a friend from college, so shortly after he proposed Emily came in to pick out dresses. She chose mix & match LulaKate styles with a full skirt in black dupioni silk and they looked fabulous!

And as we say in the South, "Bless her heart", poor Emily broke her foot a few weeks before the wedding so she was stuck wearing a boot on her wedding day. Of course it didn't stop her from making the most of her special day.

I'm sure you can tell from these pictures - Emily is full of joy!  Bella is lucky to have such a genuine girl like her! Congrats Emily!

Monday, November 8, 2010

Tisk Tisk

I know, I know. I am beyond overdue for a post.  Please accept my apology with a double post.

First bride, meet Amy.  She is a school teacher and a fellow teacher/ sorority sister of mine was so kind to refer her to me. As I've said before, I love a bride with a vision.  Amy had a vision and it was a certain shade of purple and LulaKate Aubergine satin was the perfect purple.  She chose a strapless dress with a full skirt for her maids. From the pictures, they had beautiful Indiana Fall weather for their wedding. Congrats Amy!

Love the orange bouquets!
Now give me sassy! 

Next bride, meet Sarah.  Little did we know when we were working together that we had a mutual friend - my good friend Mary at G.Thrapp Jewelers who helped Sarah's fiance with her ring.  Sarah said "I Do" at her lake house on Lake Wawasee.  Her pictures are phenomenal - photographer Carpenter Photo & Design. I went through the entire album and it looked like a party you would NOT want to miss. Her maids were simply stunning in their one shoulder Priscilla of Boston dresses and Sarah dazzled in her Jim Hjelm wedding dress.
I'll quit rambling and let you see.

For more pictures go to the link below:

Ok, am I forgiven??