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
It’s official: Cynthia Bailey is now Mrs. Hill! The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member tied the knot with Mike Hill in a glamorous wedding ceremony on Saturday, October 10 decked out in not one… but two beautiful bridal looks. But Cynthia wasn’t the only RHOA stunner to walk down the aisle, the Atlanta businesswoman enlisted some of her nearest and dearest castmates as bridesmaids — including Eva Marcille.
“What an absolute honor to stand by you, with you to support your union @cynthiabailey,” Eva wrote in a glowing Instagram post that captured her jaw-dropping turn in the bridal party. Eva’s bridesmaid’s look included a sleek, strapless, white, floor-length gown by Katie May Collection with a scandalously high-cut thigh slit and chic, knotted details in the back.
Glittering bangles and low-key earrings topped off the minimalist column dress so that Eva could save her most surprising accessories for her amazing
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
Why stick to one glamorous dress when you can have two? That seems to be Cynthia Bailey’s philosophy, as she donned not one, but two amazing gowns for her wedding to Mike Hill on Saturday, October 10.
After walking down the aisle in a stunning sequin gown, The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom switched things up for her wedding reception later on in the night. As her daughter Noelle Robinson captured in a series of Instagram Stories, Cynthia traded in the blush-hued dress that she wore to her ceremony for a sexy, fitted white dress created by the same designer, Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona.
As pictured in the snapshots below, Cynthia looked gorgeous and ready to party the night away in this floor-length, curve-hugging number, which featured sheer sequin paneling down the sides, a plunging neckline and cap sleeves.
The fourth series of the Netflix show, which arrives on screens in November, will see audiences introduced to the Princess of Wales, who is played by English actor Emma Corrin.
One of the most anticipated episodes featuring Diana is of her royal wedding to Prince Charles and earlier this week fans were given a first glimpse at the show’s version of the iconic ivory gown.
Among those to praise The Crown’s costume designer Amy Roberts for the replica was one of the original gown’s designers, Elizabeth Emanuel, who worked alongside her former husband, David, in preparation for the 1981 wedding.
The Pioneer Woman star Ree Drummond just can’t contain her excitement about Alex Drummond’s upcoming wedding. Ree’s eldest daughter was recently engaged to her college sweetheart, Mauricio Scott. In her latest blog post, the Food Network star gave her fans a peek inside their hunt for the perfect wedding dress. Find out where Alex bought her wedding gown.
It only took Alex roughly four tries to find the perfect wedding dress
It didn’t take long for Alex to decide on the perfect dress. Ree says Alex knew exactly what she wanted as soon as she tried on the fourth gown (at least she thinks it was the fourth gown). She didn’t want to spoil the surprise by posting a photo of Alex’s dress, but she did say her daughter found the perfect dress.
Let’s face it: winter is coming. But if there’s anything that can comfort us about shorter days and more time spent inside, it’s the anticipation surrounding the release of season four of Netflix’ “The Crown” on November 15.
The new season will introduce viewers to a new love interest of Prince Charles (played by Josh O’Connor): Lady Diana Spencer, played by Emma Corrin. And over the weekend, the network fueled evenmore excitement about the upcoming season with its release of the first photos of actor Emma Corrin, who plays Princess Diana, on the royal’s wedding day in her iconic wedding dress.
In addition to her humanitarian work, dedication to her children, and graceful composure in nearly every setting, Diana was known for her unique style sensibility, which evolved from demure to confident over the course of her all-too-short life. And while she had certainly embraced a different
As many fans wait for the release of the upcoming season of Netflix’s “The Crown”, we’ve been treated with a few teasing images of what we’ll see in November and the latest of which is a full image of what Princess Diana will look like with her iconic 1981 wedding gown on the show.
The image comes from the show’s official Instagram account where it shows actress Emma Corrin in her debut role as the late Princess Diana wearing her famous wedding dress in one of the big rooms inside the palace.
The caption of the picture reveals that the dress was made by Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts who instead of making a one-to-one replica of the actual dress, did her own interpretation while still saving the look of what made the original dress special and memorable.
Netflix The Crown version of Princess Diana’s dress
One of the designers of Princess Diana’s iconic wedding dress is praising how The Crown has brought the gown to life in the upcoming new season.
Elizabeth Emanuel says that actress Emma Corrin, who plays Princess Diana in the hit Netflix series’ fourth season, looks “wonderful” in the gown after the first image was released over the weekend.
“The dress looks lovely,” Emanuel tells PEOPLE. “They have done a great job in capturing the spirit of the wedding gown.”
Elizabeth created the original dress, with its stunning 25-ft train that unfolded down the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral on that July day nearly 40 years ago, with her then-husband David Emanuel. David spoke with the production team during the making of the fourth season, a Crown source confirms. But contrary to some reports, he and Elizabeth didn’t lend the producers the original
Photos Show Why Miami Public Schools Could Be the Next Ron DeSantis Coronavirus Debacle
MIAMI—Last week, a few days before Donald Trump revealed he came down with COVID-19, Karla Hernandez-Mats went on a coronavirus safety fact-finding mission in South Florida schools ahead of their reopening on Monday.The president of United Teachers of Dade, the local teachers union, Hernandez-Mats said she and her colleagues conducted surprise inspection visits at 17 Miami-area schools that suggested administrators were still scrambling to put safety measures in place.At Miami Springs Senior High, one of the 17 schools inspected, administrators initially refused to allow her colleague, United Teachers of Dade First Vice-President Antonio White, to enter the building and called a police resource officer on him, the union officials told The Daily Beast.“When administrators act like that, their schools are usually not prepared,” White said in an interview. “That was the case at