Taj an Ashley & Alexandria’s real bride was dressed like modern royalty on her wedding day with her love Hassan. The wedding took place at Byblos Banquet Hall in Dearborn, Michigan. The bride wore an off the shoulder Dovita Bridal ballgown. The wedding gown has a traditional silhouette that exudes grandeur and formality. Using subtle lace and sequin accents the wedding dress evoked a regal feel for the bridal ceremony and reception.
Ashley & Alexandria’s bride Lisa was fabulous on her wedding day. Lisa’s intimate ceremony was at the Guardian building and her reception was held at The Whitney in Detroit. Our bride was looking for a classic and timeless style when it came to her wedding dress and she found it with Lusan Mondangus.
If you are planning a wedding next year, the time is ticking. As such, we are starting to take a look at the spring bridal trends in 2020. Typically in fashion, spring is a perfect opportunity to experiment with new fun details. While our look here at A&A always remains classic and sophisticated, we always love to interpret trends in a timeless style. Take a look at some of our favorite trends coming out in spring 2020. As usual, send us a message and let us know what you like most!
The first stages of planning a destination wedding go something like this: After weeks of debate with your fiancé, you settle on a location you’re both excited about. Then, you start shopping the idea of a destination wedding around to friends and family, getting a feel for which guests will be able to attend and which won’t. And finally, you’re overwhelmed with the data you’ve collected that runs the gamut of responses from totally enthusiastic to totally discouraging. Here’s the thing: You shouldn’t have to feel bad about having a destination wedding. The people you love who want to be there will find a way, and those who can’t swing it will come up with another way to celebrate your love.
Here, more reasons why you don’t have to feel guilty about planning a destination wedding if that’s what you really want.
This wedding is about the two of you, and who you are as a couple.
As much as people will try to convince you to have a certain type or style of wedding, your wedding is really meant to be a celebration of who you are as a couple. If you both love to travel and explore far-off places, it only makes sense that you’d have an adventurous destination wedding. Celebrate that, because this traveling phase of your life may not last forever. [Read more…] about 4 Reasons Why You Don’t Have to Feel Guilty About Having a Destination Wedding
The post-wedding, or morning-after, brunch is a nice way to end the wedding festivities. It’s especially popular at weekend-long and destination weddings since guests are already staying over. The brunch gives everyone time to chat in an informal setting, and this event can be held anywhere from a family member’s backyard to the café at the hotel where everyone’s staying. [Read more…] about Who’s Responsible for Hosting the Post-Wedding Brunch?