Tag: 2014 Year Of The Horse
Grace Loves Lace is one of the ultimate bridal brands for destination weddings. Not only are the luxurious and chic wedding dresses lovingly handmade from the finest of French laces and silks but they are designed especially for the modern, free-spirited, wanderlust woman.
The dreamy dresses are delicate, lightweight and fashion-forward, created with the contemporary bride in mind and for stylish women who look beyond the traditional and want to do things in their own unique way – just like many brides who want to get married abroad and make their wedding an adventure.
Take a browse through the beauty that is the new Untamed Romance Collection and for all you UK brides-to-be, if you like what you see, Grace Loves Lace is coming to London next month. Find out more and register for the Trunk Show here.
“In a land adorned with the ghost of Australian legends and the vivid, inebriating landscape, we sought to showcase our proud Australian heritage. It was in this consuming and magical place we breathed life into a redefining collection of impeccable textiles and luxurious silhouettes. Over the four days of shooting this campaign, we went only where horse would go and where man dares to adventure. Our team became family as we embraced the harsh and magnificent alpine Australia elements together, to manifest this visual repast.”
“We invite you to become enamoured in the days where man and horse were one, where romance hangs inexorably in the air, and where the beauty of the wild dominates. We invite you to be captivated by Untamed Romance.” – Grace Loves Lace
Happy Chinese New Year!
2014 is the year of the horse in the Chinese zodiac calendar, so if ponies are a special part of your life, stop horsing around (sorry, couldn’t resist!) and add a little equestrian elegance to your big day.
The trend for equestrian chic rears its beautiful head season after season and a subtle nod towards horse-inspired detailing could create a unique wedding theme.
Horseshoes have long played a role in weddings; being an ancient symbol of good luck, a horseshoe is traditionally given to a bride on the morning of her wedding. Carry a lucky silver horseshoe with your bouquet or go one step further and use the symbol as a print throughout your wedding.
To really win the race, have a horse themed wedding and add colourful rosettes, ribbons and trophies to your big day decor and arrive by horse and carriage to your ceremony.
Image: via Bridal Musings