Spring has bloomed and so has wedding season. Longer evenings; warmer weather; alfresco dining; it’s time for dancing under twinkle lights and sipping on rose in the garden–with one hundred of your closest family and friends. I love a spring wedding. There’s something extra dainty and etherial about them. Maybe it’s the blooms in season or the fresh color schemes, but whatever it is, I’m a fan.
And what describes an ethereal and dainty wedding more than Anthropologie? Gals, yes, your favorite breezy, angelic retailer sells wedding dresses. The company? BHLDN offers everything from bridal and bridal party/guest clothing to shoes, accessories, and lingerie. Scrolling through their look book, I fell in love with the soft materials, shimmery accessories, and flowy dresses. Top of my list? The Georgia Gown. “With a touch of Old World romance, this stunning ivory gown features an illusion neckline, lace applique, a tulle overlay, and, for a modern twist, a delicate scattering of sequins.” For only $1,000, it’s an etherial bride’s dream dress.
Veils, from ornate to simple, range from low-to-mid hundreds; the Crystallography Box Clutch (while $250) is gorgeous with “textured tulle and sparklers of every shape”; and the shoes (the shoes!) can creep as high as $600, but wow, do they pack a punch. Like the Crystal Waltz D’Orsays for $310–materials include satin and crystals. Yes, please!
If you’re looking for that one piece to set the tone of your wedding or to finalize an already chicly crafted day, shop Anthropologie’s bridal collection today. And for that post-rehearsal tea click to find one of the wonderful teahouses around town.