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The Fabulous 1950s-Inspired 2016 Bridal Collection from House of Mooshki

Those of you who enjoyed last week’s post packed full of the prettiest tea length wedding dresses nz (and I know there were lots of you!), are simply going to swoon over today’s collection of bridal beauties, because no-one does tea length quite like the House of Mooshki! Epitomising the glamour and grace of the 1950s with their swinging tulle skirts, illusion necklines and long sleeves; if you haven’t seen House of Mooshki wedding dresses before then you are in for quite the treat!…….

House of Mooshki specialise in designing and creating gorgeous vintage inspired wedding dresses, and since their launch 5 years ago have grown from a small English company into an internationally renowned brand. Inspired by the 1950s and 1960s, and iconic Couturiers such as Coco Chanel and Cristobel Balenciaga, House of Mooshki bridal collections always perfectly capture the sheer elegance of the era (more so than any designer I have ever seen) and their 2016 offering is no different!
With dreamy silhouettes for the discerning modern day bride that range from fun and flirty tea length to long sumptuous ball-gowns and sleek, elegant wedding dresses with show stopping detachable trains; all created in luxurious fabrics with embellishments and guipure laces in romantic shades of ivory, blush and champagne; their 2016 bridal collection dovetails their fun and flirty, 50s inspired signature style with a new sophistication to create a range of wedding dresses that are fabulous through and through……


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Something I really love about House of Mooshki is the unendingly creative and utterly elegant necklines on each of their dresses – from bateau to illusion, high to plunging there is something for every bride. And if you find you love the neckline of one gown, the sleeves of another and the embellishment of a third, then don’t worry, because this is a bridal label who are happy to create the dress of your dreams! “Every Mooshki bride has the chance to customise her dress to match not only the theme of the wedding day but also her style and personality. Whether that is changing a neckline, sleeve length or back details. Adding beading or adding pockets, the options are endless!” And unlike most bridal shops, who have a 6 month ordering programme, these ladies can turn a dress around in month… or even less on some occasions.
















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Tips On The Perfect Wedding Event You'll Always Rememeber



The information you will find in this article is sure to be of help in keeping you informed and prepared for your wedding or a loved one's.

Lace Wedding dresses uk can be quite an expense. You might want to consider a dress which is not categorized specifically for the bride. For example, a formal white dress, such as a prom or uk bridesmaid dress, will not be as expensive as a wedding dress. Even if you factor in the cost of style alterations, the overall cost could be less.

Getting married in an off-season will lower your wedding costs. The most expensive period will be between late spring and fall. During this time, wedding venues will be more expensive. If you still want to have your wedding during this time, be sure to make all your arrangements well in advance so you receive the best possible deal.

You know to provide the DJ with an idea of all the right music to play, but you should also give a list of all the wrong things he might play. It could be rap, metal or country-western. Make sure to tell your husband-to-be what type of music won't be played.

When choosing a makeup artist, ask to see a sample book of makeup the artist has done. Is this style of makeup suitable for you? Make sure that the style matches your vision. It would be terrible to have the artist do your makeup only to realize you are unhappy with it.

If the bride has sensitive skin she can find ways to take the stress out of their lives so they don't end up with facial irritation. Find facial treatments that brighten the complexion with soothing ingredients such as rose hips, oatmeal scrubs and sea salts.

A relative or friend can serve as your assistant, as often the only requirement for the job is being able to haul your gear. They can help you to gather the family and get the perfect photo.

If you are inviting your family members to your wedding at an exotic location, wee if they want to stay for the honeymoon as well! Everyone will enjoy a discount for the longer stay, and that will save everybody money. This allows them to celebrate your wedding with you and have a great vacation afterwards!

Plan an itinerary and post it online. Share this with your guests, so they are aware of what is happening when. Maintain an updated lists of all events, such as the rehearsal or a pre-wedding dinner, so your guests know exactly where they will be at all times.

A thoughtful gift for destination wedding guests to receive is a basket of vacation goodies delivered to them in their room. Fill the basket with useful, fun items like a map, camera, sunblock and brochures from local attractions. Also make sure you include a local restaurant guide that makes it simple for them to grab a bite to eat.

Even if you picked out and bought your dress, the wedding shop should keep it until your wedding. This will reduce the chance that it becomes stained or wrinkled. It can be safely kept at the store until you need it and can be freshly steamed when you pick it up.


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Best Wedding Dress for Your Body Type

Hourglass
You have the curves, now you need to show them off. Opt for body-hugging mermaids that will enhance your sexy silhouette. Stay away from an overabundance of ruffles and tiers.


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Looking to add some curves? Go for gowns with added volume and details at both the chest and hips to help create the illusion of an hourglass silhouette.


Full Chested
An off-the-shoulder or bateau neckline will draw the eye across and help balance out a full bustline. A defined waistline is a must for your shape. Look for built-in corsets for needed support.



Petite
Create an elongated look with a slender sheath. Opt for gowns with empire waists that draw the eye up. Be wary of voluminous ballgowns that can overwhelm your small frame.




Voluptuous
A corseted bodice will redefine your shape. Dresses with a lining also ensure a better, sleeker fit. Slimming A-line skirts are universally flattering. Try a tea-length to show off shapely ankles.



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Pear Shape
An A-line gown is the perfect silhouette, as it will disguise fuller hips. Also consider dresses with textural and style details up top to balance out your proportions. 

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The Latest Collection of Unashamedly Romantic Wedding Dresses from Sally Lacock

I must admit this is one of my absolute favourite times of the year! Not only because of the beautiful change in season, but also because its around this time we start to get early glimpses of the beautiful new bridal collections. I can’t help it, there is little I love more than perusing the latest exquisitely designed and consummately crafted wedding dresses nz!! Other than, of course, sharing them with you, and today I have one for you I just know you are going to love. Delicately vintage and unashamedly romantic, Sally Lacock‘s latest collection is quite simply sublime……
Sally Lacock is a London based designer renowned for her beautiful vintage inspired wedding dresses. Using luxurious fabrics in antique hues, Sally imbues her designs with a lightness, delicacy and intricate beauty often only found in true vintage garments – thanks to time-honoured skills and an attention to detail that is rarely found in today’s modern world of mass production.
Inspired by her love of vintage wedding dresses and antique lace Sally, who launched her eponymous wedding dress label in 2010, creates gowns that draw from almost every era – from the golden age of Art Noveau full of Edwardian elegance, to the decadent days of the roaring 1920s with hints of Gatsby glamour, through to the feminine and fabulous 1950s. In just the few years since its launch, the Sally Lacock label has developed an inimitable style, enchanting vintage loving brides and bloggers alike!
This her very latest collection, features a show-stopping liquid silk 1930’s Hollywood inspired gown, a slinky dropped waist ‘20s piece, a playful ‘50s debutante inspired dress (with elegant long lace sleeves) and a high necked column dress that exudes an aristocratic opulence. Building on the foundation of her signature delicate vintage style, it strikes just the right balance between nostalgia and modernity; creating a look that is elegant, timeless, and perfect for today’s discerning, modern bride! So be sure to have your pinning finger ready as you scroll through these heavenly bridal gowns…..

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As a small couture business Sally’s ethos is to produce work of an exceptional standard using the finest materials whilst providing an unsurpassed service to her clients with appointments held at her East London atelier being private, friendly and relaxed. As a Sally Lacock bride you have the full attention of Sally and her highly skilled team when you visit, to initially help you choose your dress and then to develop, make and fit it to perfection ready for your big day. Prices for Sally’s made to measure dresses  start at £1950; and for a fully bespoke gown £3000.













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