Category: Wedding Veils

Tiffany Copeland Wears White Gown For Fall Wedding: Below Deck

Last September, Tiffany Copeland took to Instagram with some sparkling news. Flashing a princess-cut diamond that boyfriend Evan Jones had just slipped onto her finger, the Below Deck Mediterranean alum made it official: She was engaged!

Fast forward just over a year, and the former marine biologist was standing under a rose-clad altar, looking like a total dream in a floaty white gown.

Tiffany and Evan wed in an outdoor ceremony this October. The wedding took place at a North Carolina ranch, and the pictures showcased Tiffany’s gorgeous gown against a backdrop of autumn trees and sunlit fields. (But of course, there was also some water nearby: The couple said their vows in front of a placid lake.) 

The bride wore a strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline and a cascading, ruffled train. For her beauty look, Tiffany opted for an elaborately braided updo, and let a few romantic, wavy

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How The Crown’s Costume Designer Made Diana’s Wedding Dress

Amy Roberts, The Crown‘s costume designer, did an impressive job re-creating Princess Diana’s iconic wedding dress. Emma Corrin, who plays Diana Spencer, will be wearing the dress for the royal wedding scene with Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) in season four of the series — and Netflix recently shared some new details on the making of the iconic replica.

Princess Diana’s original ivory-silk wedding dress worn at Buckingham Palace on July 29, 1981, was designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel. It featured a 25-foot train, a 153-yard tulle veil, three-quarter-length puffed sleeves, and ruffles along the neckline and back of the gown. Netflix shared on Twitter that, for The Crown‘s re-creation, Roberts “wanted to pull in many of the style choices and create the same spirit of David & Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, but make something new.”

Netflix added: “Without access to the original patterns, Amy collaborated with David

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Cynthia Bailey’s Bridal Gown, Wedding Dress Details

Cynthia Bailey is married! The Real Housewives of Atlanta model and businesswoman wed Mike Hill on Saturday, October 10. And for her walk down the aisle, Cynthia switched a traditional bridal look for a glittering, vintage-inspired gown in a romantic shade of blush pink. 

Cynthia’s glamorous affair called for a bridal gown that was anything but expected. She turned to designer Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona to create a dazzling gown with sheer, nude panels, a crystal embellished bodice, and beaded details that spanned her waist and diaphanous train. The custom-made dress mixed art deco touches with ornate, hand-adorned lace for a dramatic bridal look like no other. We don’t know which element we swooned over the most… the laced open back, the nude-illusion long sleeves with swooping crystal clusters, or the plunging overlay neckline. 

But it wasn’t just the soft, petal pink hue and curve-hugging silhouette that

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Cynthia Bailey Is Married: Get the Wedding Dress Details

Cynthia Bailey is now officially Mrs. Hill! The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member married Mike Hill in a lavish wedding ceremony on Saturday, October 10, walking down the aisle in a stunning sequin gown straight out of a fairytale.

The bride looked gorgeous in a glamorous blush-hued gown designed by Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona. The dazzling wedding dress featured transparent sleeves embroidered with beautiful sequin detailing and illusion tulle along the neckline and sides. 

According to People, Cynthia accented her regal bridal updo with an intricate headpiece by Bridal Styles Boutique and a long, beaded veil also by Brides by Nona. For the final touch, she donned a pair of beautiful Bagdley Mishka heels. 

Get a peek at the breathtaking gown below, and see more photos of her full wedding day look here.

Cynthia and Mike tied the knot at the Governors Towne Club

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In pictures: Rami Al Ali’s fresh ready-to-wear bridal collection

Dubai designer Rami Al Ali has launched Rami Al Ali White, a collection of ready-to-wear evening and bridal designs.

An annual collection, White prioritises quality over quantity, with the first iteration consisting of only 17 looks.

They carry all the Al Ali hallmarks – elegant silhouettes, decadent embroidery and detailed handiwork, with prices ranging from Dh5,020 to Dh53,320.

Eschewing trends, the collection offers a timeless medley of Al Ali’s best pieces, drawn from the maison’s ready-to-wear archive. It features understated, off-the-shoulder dresses and bold, asymmetrical designs, as well as traditional silhouettes with intricate embroidery.

A floor-sweeping gown features delicate lace overlay and iridescent sequins, while a sleek, hand-embellished satin dress is fitted with a dramatic cape.

Accompanying the ready-to-wear line is a collection of accessories, including matching headpieces and veils.

The decision to launch Rami Al Ali White was one that was made some time ago and felt like

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What Is a Mantilla Wedding Veil?

While most veils are simply a fashion statement, mantilla veils are full of rich history and are traditionally rooted in romance-language cultures. Spanish, Latin, and even Italian brides have been wearing this look on their wedding day for hundreds of years. The veil’s elaborate elegance transcends the passing of time and looks as stunning in ceremonies today as it did centuries ago.

What Is a Mantilla Wedding Veil?

A mantilla wedding veil is a timeless, sophisticated finishing touch to a bride’s perfect wedding day look. The Spanish-style circular veil features a thick lace trim along the edge and intricate embellishments cascading down the front, framing the bride’s face.

“Mantilla wedding veils are circular veils with a lace trim around the entire edge, typically with a scalloped lace,” explains event planner Jose Rolón. “They are a popular style for cathedral length veils, but can also be shorter blusher or chapel lengths.”

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What Should You Wear for Your Micro Wedding?

The coronavirus has forced many couples to abandon their 200-plus guest lists and opt instead for a virtual wedding ceremony or micro wedding. And with these changes also comes a shift in attire — somehow that elaborate ball gown you envisioned wearing before the pandemic seems out of context.

So what would be more appropriate for an intimate setting? Here are some of our favorite options, plus tips from bridal designers on how to choose a wedding-day look that’s perfect for a smaller celebration.

With so many micro weddings taking place outdoors, airy, romantic gowns are a popular choice. “Dresses made of fabric with movement and flow create a stunning juxtaposition against nature’s setting,” said the designer Claire Pettibone. “Surface textures like delicate lace, subtle beading and dainty embroidery stand out in natural light and photograph beautifully.”

Look for easy silhouettes that play up the detailed, ethereal fabric

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The Crown offers first full look at Princess Diana wedding dress

The Crown has given us our first full look at Princess Diana’s wedding dress, with the Netflix show’s official Twitter account sharing a photo of actress Emma Corrin wearing the regal dress and veil.

The tweet reveals that the dress was created by Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts, who “wanted to capture the same spirit and style of David and Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, without creating a replica for Emma Corrin”.

We had previously only seen the dress from behind in a trailer for season four, which gave us a glimpse at the astonishing train and veil, but we can now take a peek at all the intricate details of the dress itself, including its lace trim and bow neckline.

emma corrin as princess diana wearing wedding dress in buckingham palace, the crown season 4 teaser trailer


Related: The Crown star “terrified” of Princess Diana role

Fans were delighted to see the famous dress recreated, with one commenting that it was “Totally iconic” and “So

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The Crown: Netflix releases first look at Emma Corrrin in Princess Diana’s iconic wedding dress

It’s one of the most iconic fashion moments and now fans of The Crown have seen the first glimpse of Princess Diana’s replica wedding gown.

Ahead of the release of season four of the series, Netflix has shared a preview of actor Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in the dress by Emmy award-wining costume designer Amy Roberts.

“A first glimpse of Princess Diana’s wedding dress. Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts wanted to capture the same spirit and style of David and Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, without creating a replica for Emma Corrin,” the caption said.

The Welsh fashion designers created Princess Diana’s original gown for her 1981 marriage to Prince Charles.

Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles ride in a carriage after their wedding.
Camera IconDiana, Princess of Wales and Prince Charles ride in a carriage after their wedding. Credit: Anwar Hussein/WireImage

It took over 600 hours to make her ivory silk taffeta and antique lace gown that included

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Emma Corrin’s look in replica of Princess Diana’s wedding dress revealed

Fans who are awaiting “The Crown” season 4 to witness Princess Diana’s story have been given the first glimpse at Emma Corrin’s avatar of the late princess in her wedding dress. And the resemblance is uncanny.

The 24-year-old actress Emma Corrin is playing the most famous woman of the world for the fourth season of Peter Morgan’s “The Crown.” The streaming giant and series’ original home Netflix has shared a photo of Corrin as Diana Spencer in her iconic wedding dress.

“A first glimpse of Princess Diana’s wedding dress. Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts wanted to capture the same spirit and style of David & Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, without creating a replica for Emma Corrin,” reads the caption of the photo that gives a full-length look at the dress.

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