How wonderful does elizabeth look in Akoya! The dress just fits the venue so perfectly.
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We just received the latest Weddings by The Ritz-Carlton magazine, and I’m thrilled to have my Cherry Blossom gown on the cover and as the featured destination wedding! Many of our brides do choose the destination route, and who can blame them? A fabulous vacation somewhere warm and dreamy to celebrate your union with close friends and family…I can feel those tropical breezes now!!!
What a beautiful Great Gatsby themed wedding! Geneva is stunning in the Chantal gown!
From the Bride:
Most memorable part of your wedding day? It was when the whole wedding party did our dance to Bette Midler’s “Boogie Woogie Boy.” Everyone didn’t even know how to react but what came out of it was hilarious and fun! It ended with Matt being picked up and spun around like a doll by one of his groomsmen.
photos by: Wildflower Photography
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What a fun little write up on Brides.com!
To better understand their muses, we asked some of our favorite designers to imagine what their brides would say on everything from ’80s icons to fantasy destinations to bachelorette parties. Meet the woman below who inspires Claire Pettibone.Photos: Conde Nast Digital Studio (runway); Fairchild Archive (Kate and Klimt); courtesy of Castello di Vicarello (Tuscany); Kimberly Sentner (flowers)
What the 10-year-old me would say to me now:
“You should really spend more time picking wildflowers!”
Place in the world I most want to visit:
Beauty bag essential:
Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm
Favorite first dance song:
“I Belong to You” by Lenny Kravitz
New York in the ’70s or Hollywood in the ’30s?
Hollywood in the ’30s
Last book I read that I couldn’t put down:
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
Splurge registry item:
Stonewashed Belgian Linen Bedding from Restoration Hardware
Artist I’d most want to paint me:
My life’s motto in 10 words or less:
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” —Oscar Wilde