After tying the knot, Magdalena and Iain Gordon went on a tour of Scotland to celebrate, but wanting to make the most of their wedding outfits, they decided to do the whole adventure still wearing them.
The couple, who met around eight years ago when they worked together, spent three days documenting their travels around scenic spots in Scotland with a selfie stick.
Magdalena, 41, wore a flowing white wedding gown with 20 layers of fabric, and dried it out overnight when it got muddy, after marrying on Wednesday 7 Sept.
And husband Iain, 36, wore his kilt including a tartan cap, a sporran, and knee-high socks, for the jaunt.
Magdalena said: ‘The main thing is enjoyment.
‘My dress was a gift from a friend from work, she was going to give it to charity, but then she gave
Tina Nguyen has a track record of helping people in need, whether it’s providing homeless women and children with care kits or fundraising for a local Minneapolis, Minn. pie shop owner put out of business by the pandemic. But her latest deed of offering her wedding dress for brides getting married during this unprecedented time is gaining nationwide attention as women across the country join her effort to give every bride an unforgettable day.
“What a privilege it was for me to have everything I wanted, to have the beautiful dress, the beautiful day,” Nguyen tells Yahoo Life of her September 2019 wedding. “To look back with the economic downturn that we are facing, especially with George Floyd, all of the racism and all of the pain that our cities face, I wanted to do something. I wanted to bring back joy. I wanted somebody’s first next life… when you
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
When her photographer heard what Tina Nguyen was doing, she decided to lend her own dress as well. Then the two of them put the call out.
MINNEAPOLIS — One Minneapolis woman’s decision to offer her wedding dress up to other brides is catching on.
Tina Nguyen knows she was lucky to have a dream wedding in September of last year. As she watched other couples navigate the shifting sands of getting married in a pandemic, she wanted to do something.
A daughter and granddaughter of powerful women, Tina is an immigrant from Vietnam and knows what it is to be helped by others – and to help others. She says she learned from her grandmother to always lift up other women.
“She always reminded me of where we came from, the struggle,” Tina said. “She’s like, you are privileged to live in a life that you currently have, and
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
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 byNneka 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
Bride Amberleigh Jack stopped at the Titirangi War Memorial to cast her vote. Photo / Ethan Lowry Photography
For her final act as a single woman on Saturday, Amberleigh Jack walked into the Titirangi War Memorial to cast her vote, in her wedding dress, surrounded by her bridesmaids.
“It was the perfect way to start the perfect day,” she told the Herald the day after her big day.
“I’ve always appreciated the fact we get to vote – and always loved election time,” she said.
“When the timing worked out that my bridesmaids and I could stop on the way to he ceremony and cast our vote, on the same day I get to marry the love of my life, Darren, it seemed the perfect way to start the perfect day.”
The couple tied the knot at home in Titirangi and Amberleigh made the quick voting stop at the war
A woman in Minneapolis wants to help other brides feel special on their wedding day by loaning out her designer dress.
Last week, Tina Nguyen posted a photo of her wedding dress on Facebook Marketplace offering to lend it to other women for free.
“I absolutely loved my wedding dress, it was one of the best parts of being a bride,” she wrote in her ad. “If you are planning your wedding, or know someone who is, and can not afford a wedding dress, please connect with me. I’ll lend my dress for the bride for her big day.”
The dress is a Paloma Blanca, she said in her ad. It is made with three layers of silk and costs more than $2,000, according to Minneapolis television station KARE 11.
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Nguyen wore the dress when she got married last year