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Important Points To Remember While Shopping For Prom Dress

    Important Points To Remember While Shopping For Prom Dress
    Dress has the power to make any special occasion of life more special. It’s the main concerning thing for people and especially for women. One such special occasion of women life that comes once in lifetime is PROM.

    Dress, which is worn in prom, is called as prom dress. Prom dress should be a perfect one as it’s going to be with you entire life as a sweet memory. No doubt, there are many choices in prom dresses but deciding on the one is bit a difficult task. Don’t panic. Here are some tips written, which will tell you how to plan your hunt for prom dress to avoid any kind of problem later.

    Foremost important thing is to start shopping early. Do not start hunting for the prom dress at the last moment. It will bring you a beautiful dress but not your dream one. Start looking around for a prom dress at least four months before the event. Don’t settle on the first beautiful dress you will see, try many more. Have patience to go through all types, styles, colors and cuts of prom dresses.

    If you are confused amongst the variety of styles in prom dresses, then look for what inspires you the most. Celebrity dresses are the best inspiration. Also go through the red carpet events, fashion magazines, fashion websites, etc for the broader outlook. You may end up donning a glamour prom dress in a high celebrity style.

    While shopping for prom dress keeps your mind open. Do not decide just by having a look on dress. Many times it happens that you don’t like a dress hanging on a hanger but it looks absolutely divine on wearing. Try all styles of prom dress whether it’s full-length prom dress, short prom dress, strapless prom dress, spaghetti straps prom dress, one shoulder prom dress, halter prom dress, etc. Then land up on the final decision.


    Be realistic about you. This is the most practical point should be followed. If you do not want to go wrong with your prom dress then take your shape and size into consideration very carefully. Dress up accordingly.

    Another important point to consider before you go shopping for a prom dress is your budget. You need to figure out how much you can spend on your prom dress. It helps a lot in selection as before throwing your heart on any dress you will know whether you can buy it or not.

    Whether you want to buy your prom dress online or offline is also a point of consideration. Prom dresses are more expensive in department stores, malls and shops but you have an advantage of trying it on you. Prices of online stores are more affordable but the catch here is that if you order your dress online, you will not have the chance to try it on. You can send your dress back for alteration, if it turned out to be a few sizes bigger or smaller. Both have their proc and cons, you have to decide which one appeals you.

    If you want to look different from others go for the designer prom dress. It’s a very good option for those want to leave their individual mark. Hire a good seamstress. Take his or her opinion regarding your prom dress or you can add your ideas to it as well.

    Remember shopping for a prom dress is an art and requires sharp shopping skills. Its best attributes are clear view and good sense of fashion.Source URL: http://weddingspace.blogspot.com/2010_01_01_archive.html
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ALL A FLUTTER

    Martha Stewart

    This article ran in Martha Stewart Weddings Winter 2002 and almost ten years later still rings true. On the subject of plumes, here's some timeless advise quoting a portion of the the article verbatim:

    --For centuries, feathers have been a favorite trimming for hats. Huge Edwardian picture hats were covered in them, while chic little 1940s toques sported single ostrich plumes. A feathered hat is a dramatic choice. It will focus all eyes on your face. To avoid getting lost beneath one, choose makeup that's glamorous and glossy (no natural lips and pale eyes). Also, it is preferable to wear your hair pulled back in a chignon or tucked behind your ears; a fancy hairdo or full tousle of curls would compete with the trimming. A feathered hat usually works best with a straight, narrow clothing silhouette such as a tailored suit or long, columnar gown. But it is not an ideal choice for an outdoor wedding, where an unexpected breeze might send your plumes fluttering over your groom. A large feathered hat should be removed for pictures (it can cast shadows or hide your face). You may also want to set it aside during your reception. Above, clockwise from left: A mini cartwheel with ostrich feathers can be worn at an angle to flatter a round face. A pagoda hat with organza petals and ostrich feathers enhances a narrow face. A dramatic white-felt picture hat with feathers is stunning when paired with a portrait collar. A small pillbox covered with marabou lends a whimsical air to a tailored suit. --
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COMING UP SHORT

Tips to look slim without loosing weight

    It’s not compulsory that everyone will have slim figure but it’s very much possible that all can look slim by dressing properly. Clothes make a great impact on the body and can give you any desired look.
    Below are given tips for those working hard on loosing weight. Now look slim without sacrificing your favorite dishes.
    Slimming tips

    1) Dark color clothes are best for looking slim. Black, blue, purple, gray etc are some of them.

    2) Whatever color dress you wear it should be of one color from top till bottom. Monochromatic dress does not break silhouette in between thus give slimming look.

    3) Wear dresses decked with small prints. Large prints give heavier look than usual.

    4) Horizontal stripes on an outfit are big enemy of plus size figures. Look for vertical stripes dresses so as to look slim.

    5) Notion that baggy clothes gives thin look is completely wrong. Similarly tight clothes are also not appropriate. Right fitting is the only main mantra for looking slender.

    6) Dresses having pleats are not for you. They add bulk to your look. Flat front dresses give slimmer look.

    7) High rise dresses give bulging effect to tummy, avoid them. Instead opt for low-rise pants as they give an illusion of long torso, thus slimming look.

    8) Frills, ruffles, tiers are a big no-no for heavy figures. They simply add curves to your overall size.

    9) Shiny fabrics such silk, satin etc should be avoided as your bulky parts are clearly visible in them.

    10) Heavy figures should eschew away from sleeveless dresses. Arms and shoulders will look heavier in them and also gives broader look to appearance. If you still want to go for strapless dresses cover yourself with shawl or poncho etc.

    11) High collar necklines and closed neckline dresses give denser look. In lieu open collar shirts, scoop necklines or plunging necklines etc. give lighter look to upper body and appear your visual aspect light.

    12) With large figures small handbags does not look good. Medium-sized bags give right proportion to your body.

    13) Not only color of the dress should be of one color but accessories you are going to wear with dress should also be of the same color. Belt, shoes, jewelry etc. all should match your outfit color.

    14) Wear V-neckline dresses in order to give torso longer look.

    15) You are not restricted to wear light colors but not over your problem areas. Light colors directly draw attention to flaws.

    16) Do not wear tight dresses as they cling to your body and bulges out your flaws.

    17) A thick waistband at stomach lessens it and gives slimmer look.

    18) Wearing accessories is a very good method to detract attention from trouble areas.

    19) If wearing sweaters above dress do remember they should be light in silhouette. Bulky ones give heavier look.

    20) If large breast are your problem first attention should be given to bra. Tight fitted bras bulges out breasts and give them awkward look. Wear right fitting bras.

    The above written twenty pointers are much beneficial for heavy figures in order to look slim. They go with every body type too.Source URL: http://weddingspace.blogspot.com/2010_01_01_archive.html
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PARASOL CHIC

    Do you recall last summer all those weddings featuring brides and their maids carrying parasols? I certainly noticed, especially after seeing that great flick, The Painted Veil with Naomi Watts and Edward Norton. Set in 1920s China against a magnificent landscape of the Yangtze River and picturesque mountains, Watts sports quite a wardrobe of these chic little props with some of the most intricate detailing I've ever seen. In 1920 however, the parasol was hardly a new concept. Going further back than Marie Antoinette, the parasol was considered a necessity in every woman's wardrobe to ward off the sun. By the mid-1800s when they hit their zenith in the Western World, it was at least known then sun prematurely ages skin. A century later we have scientific proof exposure not only ages but can cause melanoma. So our grandmothers had the right idea flaunting beautiful accessories. And so evolved the parasol; at it's most chic it can be an art form full of intricate treatments and applications just like hats, veils, purses and shoes.


    Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Priscilla Troy of Priscilla's Parasols here in the San Francisco Bay Area. When constructed in fabric, not paper, parasols are actually made to last and make beautiful keepsakes and gifts to pass on. When Priscilla brought her entire collection in, I was amazed at the range of her designs. The collection has not only more functional products out of linen and cotton but deacquisitioned pieces from The Brooklyn Museum of Art which consisted of silk and lace gems dating back to the Civil War. Raised in the South, Priscilla moved West and pursued a career as a graphic designer and advertising art director. Today, she engages in conceptual textiles and became interested in “Shade Art” by reintroducing the parasol as both a protective devise and a fashion accessory. She feels, "One does not just carry a parasol, but wears it as a lifestyle choice. "


    Photos courtesy of Priscilla's Parasols
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THE DROP VEIL

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    Contemplating a more romantic but simple look perchance? Check out the drop. Yes, the drop veil is exactly that: actually dropped onto the head in a single layer of tulle or lace, sometimes bordered with lace or ribbon. In the above image it looks like chiffon or organza. Generally, more ornamental gowns look best with simple veils, like one layer of tulle whereas all over lace veils or ones edged with wide borders require a simple gown with little adornment. Your dress might have some exquisite back details you want to show off. If this is the case select a try a layer of tulle like that shown in the images here— in a dropped style that doesn’t fall in creases and folds across your back. Tulle is the best fabric for this; it’s transparent enough without being so opaque to fog detail. The exquisite hair ornamentation in this photos is visible and even adds a little mystery with the addition of a drop veil . . .
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CUSTOM DESIGNED PART II: DESIGNER OR DRESSMAKER?

    Custom Designed/Deborah


    On Friday we covered the process of making a gown from the ground up. Today we're exploring the difference between hiring a dressmaker or designer to create your vision and how to go about finding a good one. So what's the difference?

    DRESSMAKERS-Once upon a time before mass production, every woman either had a dressmaker or became her own. Nowadays most dressmakers specialize. You'll want one with expertise in bridal and/or evening wear. Dressmakers either work on an hourly basis or estimate out their labor. They usually work from store bought patterns and expect you to supply the fabrics and materials such as buttons, zippers, etc. This is a good option if you already have a unique cut of silk or know how to shop around yourself for the fabrics.

    CUSTOM BRIDAL DESIGNERS-More and more have sprung up in studios and ateliers over the past two decades. They're experts in helping you translate what you see in your imagination as reality. Like a dressmaker, they work one on one with you. Unlike a dressmaker, they usually have tonier establishments and higher prices. The reason? Their services are zeroed in on brides. Most offer small sample collections as well as bolts of fabric right in the studio to inspire you along with your decision. Custom designers usually work all the materials and labor into the price of the garment. Prepare to pay more here. Prices can range from $1K for something simple and unadorned, up to $10K and beyond for the works: full trains, layers of petticoats, underskirts, bustles, intricate beading, etc. Median price range for a custom wedding gown as of this writing would be around $2-5000.00.

    WHERE TO FIND DRESSMAKERS AND DESIGNERS

    ONLINE- Most bridal designers have their own sites and more are using Etsy to promote their lines. If your heart is set on a star designer like Vera Wang and you happen to live in her area, try to make an appointment. Realize some (read: some) top designers do custom work in their flagship store. Remember though top designers get top dollar. As for custom designers without Vera's name but heavy on talent, if you're near a metro area, your chances of connecting with the right one are good. First thing you want to do is check out the gown photos the site. Is her vision and your own on the same page? Next go to her 'Real Brides' gallery . . . (if there is one) see what others looked like on their wedding day in her creations.

    SALONS-Bridal salons and specialty stores sometimes employ custom designers or dressmakers either in house or as outside contractors. Depending on how they are set up, sometimes they'll give a referral if it doesn't interfere with the flow of business. In the olden days (1970s and further back), most salons had an experienced staff to deal with custom evening, gala and bridal.

    CONSULTANTS-Bridal consultants or planners are an excellent source for referrals and usually know who is truly expert in the area by years of working with them. Some consultants are willing to work on an hourly basis or for a small referral fee.

    FASHION EDITORS-Fashion or wedding section editors come in two different types: Regional mags and big time bloggers. The regional mags like San Francisco Bride can be helpful if you reach them directly or run across their editorials on bridal wear. Most newspapers feature a spread on weddings twice a year. Here, private designers are sometimes featured and listed. Ask for back issues. The big time bloggers you already know: Style Me Pretty, Green Wedding Shoes and Bride's Cafe to name just a few. They feature the finest and best in the industry and sometimes (mostly random) do regional posts because some designer, big or up and coming, peaks their fancy.


    MAGAZINES-In the past few years, studio and private wedding designers have put gallery style or half page ads in some of the major bridal glossies. A few run regional sections with listings and the designer's particular specialty. Years back (like in the 80s-90s before internet) I found the only mags with these listings were the UK bridal publications. Now, thanks to the work of such publications like The Knot, these listings now exist here in the states.

    YELLOW PAGES-Before the internet, this used to be the first place brides looked. After word of mouth, this is still the best place to find a dressmaker (not designer) in my opinion because the designers have all gone online.

    FRIENDS-Finally word of mouth and recommendations through friends find the best designers and dressmakers. Someone knows someone who knows someone and often the same name will keep popping up in discussion. Follow it.

    AFTERWORD

    A custom designed gown is the pinnacle of pure construction. Brides who opt to go custom believe a gown should be comfortable as well as beautifully lined so she can wear it like a second skin--the whole component moving with her as if it is part of her body. If you think about this, it makes sense. She's connecting with a man. In spirit they link. The dress is symbolic of all that, so it should be a part of her and move right along with her. In the end, a custom designed gown is definitely worth the wait.

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REDESIGNED!


    I found this Portland designer's redesign work while cruising around the blogs. Sonia Kasparian has developed a collection of restyled wedding gowns. Because they are reworked, each and every gown is one-of-its kind, borrowed from pieces of old wedding and evening wear. Her label is Urchin though at this writing the site is still under construction. If you link through Xta-Bay here you can see more of her marvelous work.
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BOUQUETS AND YOUR DRESS


    Better Homes and Gardens, known for gorgeous garden and flower features has the most imaginative bouquets I've seen in a long time . From country charm to downright exotic, check out these magnificent combos I found on their site. Finding an inspiration point and blending that idea with your dress is just the beginning of working one or a few colors into an overall theme. The dress above is paired up with a bouquet of Celadon hydrangea clusters and hypericum berries combined with soft yellow orchids, chrysanthemums, and peach-pink roses.


    Loops of rich green grass encircle this creamy clutch of flowers. Pure white roses are nestled alongside yellow-tint orchids and roses with pale green petals. Soothing green foliage and berries unite the bunch.


    The evening gowned or beach bride will love this tropical bouquet. To add an island or beach vibe to your wedding, use bold colors like these orange tulips surrounded by lisianthus.



    Intricate and colorful bouquets work in tandem with a minimalist dress with few details like the one pictured above . . .This bouquet is a twist of modern elegance. Jade roses and white calla lilies are surrounded by banana leaves to give this bouquet a unique look. To bring out your wedding colors, wrap your bouquet in ribbon and add special touches like this dragonfly to accessorize the bouquet

    Believe me, this is just the beginning of all the fabulous flower chic. To find more bouquet inspiration you can hop over to BHG's Editor's Picks .
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Jewelry Cleaning

    Jewelry is the most beautiful adornment of women, which she admires the most. Also her look and outfit is incomplete without jewelry as it makes her appearance graceful. She does not even give a second thought in purchasing a costly jewelry. It shows her deep bent for it. She wants to dazzle by wearing it. Jewelry such as necklaces, earrings, bracelets etc. enhances women beauty and charm.

    But jewelry lovers remember with the passage of time your charming piece of jewelry may lose its shine! It is due to dust and dirt. And certainly you cannot see that happening. That’s why it is advised to clean jewelry regularly. Cleaning can turn a dull piece of jewelry into a charming one. There are different types of jewelries like gold, silver, pearl and diamond jewelry and process of cleaning is different for each of them. Read the article below for knowing cleaning procedure of different jewelries.

    Cleaning tips for gold jewelry


    Soak gold jewelry in hot soapy water for 10 to 15 minutes.

    Next scrub with a soft rush and rinse in lukewarm water.

    Allow jewelry to dry.

    Add a few drops of ammonia into the soapy water to remove the tarnish.

    Cleaning tips for silver jewelry

    Soft cotton or flannel polishing cloth is used in the cleaning of silver jewelry like earrings, bracelets, finger rings or necklaces. These cleaning cloths have anti-tarnish elements which cleanses silver jewelry completely.

    If jewelry has coils use a smooth brush to clean it.

    Put jewelry in hot soapy water. It helps in cleaning dirt. After it rinse the piece of jewelry in lukewarm water, wipe with a cloth and allow it to dry.

    Use a silver dip (liquid cleaner) or baking soda paste to remove tarnish.

    Cleaning tips for diamond jewelry


    Diamond jewelry is one of the favorite’s jewelries of women. Every woman has desire to wear them as she feels very high in wearing it. She has a great passion for diamond. But diamond too loses shine after frequent wearing. Below tips will help you in cleaning diamond jewelry.

    Dip your diamond jewelry in warm soapy water.

    Now scrub mildly with a smooth brush.

    For areas which are hard to reach with brush use a toothpick to take out dirt from there.

    After cleaning diamond jewelry allow it to dry on a clean cloth or tissue paper.

    Cleaning tips for pearl jewelry

    For cleaning pearl jewelry take a piece of cloth and dip it in soapy water. Then rub your jewelry with this damped cloth.

    After cleaning rinse it gently and allow it to dry.

    Never dip or soak pearl jewelry in soapy water, as it causes stretching of pearls.

    Always wear pearl jewelry after cosmetics and perfumes are applied. Their application causes pearl dirty.

    These are cleaning tips for different jewelries. They are very simple and can be easily applied at home and help you in hitting your jewelry with great shine. Besides jewelries are very precious and it is your duty to take care of them.


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CUSTOM DESIGNED: PART I

    CUSTOM DESIGNED/MARISOL


    Maybe you've narrowed down your search--decided you like the evening gown look but not absolutely, positively, 100 per cent sure an A-line is out of the question. Next you get up from the computer and go out shopping. Hitting every salon within a twenty-mile radius, you try on gowns in every shade of white imaginable. Still, nothing out there's really grabbed you. Then . . . a week or two later this concoction finally comes together in your head--the neckline you found in Weddings; the sleeve on the dress you tried on in the salon combined with the sweep train you spotted last week in the Film Noir. Once all this gets put together you'll have a custom designed gown, something one-of-a-kind like no other in the world.

    The inspiration boards above and below were put together to illustrate some of the steps in the design of a custom gown from first sketch, fabric and laces used as well as finished product.

    CUSTOM DESIGNED/MIRA


    BrideMail@Bridechic.com
    I know the exact dress I want but can't find it online or in the stores. Luckily a friend recommended a designer she used. How is custom design different from buying in a salon?

    REALITY 101: Making a gown from scratch requires more fittings than gowns ordered through a salon so you'll need to be open to the experience of watching your gown develop from the ground up. In addition, a custom designer or skilled seamstress puts many hours and a high level of craftsmanship into the creation of a custom gown. Working with fragile white fabric and delicate lace is an art form. Figure any custom gown crafted by a designer usually takes four to six months to complete from a listing of your measurements. Since the design process involved with a custom gown is more of a direct collaboration between you, you'll have more input with decisions regarding fabric, silhouette and style. Custom gowns are typically 80-90% handmade. This means machines do some work like the side seams, cross seams, etc. There are however stitches on these one-of-a-kind gowns only expert handwork can touch in order to produce that exquisite finish.


    THE DESIGN PROCESS

    Eventually a gown is in the making. After a final sketch is approved, a written estimate follows, complete with with fabric swatches and your measurements are taken. For every gown order a paper pattern is made. Think of the paper pattern as a blueprint, a record of all your dimensions on it. From this, most designers (some dressmakers too) work out a muslin. The muslin is an actual cotton mock-up and 'living pattern' of your gown's design, fitted exactly to your body. Think of your muslin as the foundation--the groundwork upon which your dress will be built. This is where most of the fine tuning will be done to that perfect fit before one cut or stitch goes into the true gown fabric(s).


    SOME ADVISE

    After your muslin fittings (there may be two of them), the muslin is unstitched and laid out on the actual fabric and the gown is made up. Since most of the fitting has been worked out on the muslin, second and third fittings usually follow up with finishing touches to the gown like hemline, closures, remaining design details, etc. Be prepared for more than three fittings though. A gown made from the ground up is a work in progress and each step along the way is painstakingly taken, checked and rechecked. Keep in mind you want your gown delivered at least a month before your wedding. Yes, you'll need to synchronize your calendars on this one. You want to be able to relax and deal with all those other last minute details involved with your wedding, not still fussing around over hemlines.

    Check in for Part II of Custom Designed on Monday . . .

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ACCESS: Hot Picks for Spring Accessories




    Remember these? Powder-puff marabou mules were once the chi-chi footwear reserved for lookin' good in the boudoir, worn almost exclusively with negligee and penoir sets. Popularized by Jean Harlow in the 30s, they were trendy all through the 50s and early 60s. Now they can be flaunted and worn out to the most glam events- your wedding included.
    Emily Temple Rhinestone Gloves - MARUI web channel International
    Shorties like these are those very lady-like gloves everyone wore to church in the 1950s. Mostly paired with daytime attire, they could go from afternoon formals into the early evening. These days they actually look chic with all styles--sheaths, A-lines and ball gowns.


    Florence by Natasha Jane

    A delicate limited edition headband, the warm metallic and chiffon fabric is complimented by gunmetal and bronze coloured wire. Ivory beaded band featuring a bronze and gold cluster beneath the fabric flowers.
    Yulia Kunze

    Covered with layers of white tulle this headband features beautiful handmade antique replica double butterflies and satin flowers adorned with faux pearls. Bonus chic: There is a little blue Swarovski crystal for luck hidden inside the flower . . . .


    Priscilla's Parasols

    Silk. Cotton. Linen. Check out this charming little fabric parasol. It will absorb and protect you from direct sunlight; and what a fantastic prop to have on your wedding day. You can go with a real one-of-a-kind vintage keepsake or have your own custom designed for you and your bridesmaids
    Casadei Crystal-encrusted Wedge Shoe
    $891 - farfetch.com





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Footwear




    Fashion people have lot of scope to apply their creativity in the footwear area and they do so. That’s why nowadays footwear is becoming more and more attractive and fashionable. They are not less than any expensive jewelry. Shoes, boots, sneakers, flats, sandals etc. are different varieties of footwear. Your perfect avatar cannot be complete without perfect footwear. But only style is not everything, your footwear should be comfortable too. There are certain tips you should keep in while selecting footwear. Here are they:

    First, you need to own different types of shoes. Women who love wearing high heel shoes must have the heels of varying heights. Pointy toe footwear help the legs look longer.

    When wearing slingback or backless shoes instead of pumps, your legs will look thinner. Some types of footwear such as sandals, soft leather flat shoes and slippers are all good choices for wearing at home.

    Avoid wearing ankle straps footwear. That kind of shoes give the appearance of shorter legs, but try skinning the ankle straps if you still want the slimmer legs.

    Before shopping for a shoe, draw the outline of your foot on a piece of paper. Remember every one of us has different size feet.

    No matter how stunning the footwear is, never buy it that is not fitting well and is comfortable. Choose shoes according to the activity you are going to be engaged in.

    Buy shoes in evening time as your feet tend to swell slightly as the day progresses.

    Though you can shop for shoes any where but online shopping is the best. You will have more choices and can get the discount shoes if offers are available.

    Besides, it is also very important to pick out the suitable socks. Usually soft sock made out of cotton is the best. It acts as a barrier between the foot and shoe. Soft and thick socks can help prevent feet pain such as blister.

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PHOTOGRAPHY SPOTLIGHT: ELIZABETH LUNA

    Yes, this wedding is recent--Jan 10. San Ysidro is right on the Mexican border which explains the sunny, warm feel of these images by the very talented Riverside, California photographer, Elizabeth Luna. Says Elizabeth about this wedding, "Chris and Sarah met in Sweden while she was in college there. They had a long distance relationship for several years until last Saturday when they tied the knot! I am so grateful to begin the new year documenting this moment. The love they have for each other is quite obvious! Gosh I LOVE my JOB! Chris and Sarah thank you for being you! Thanks for having such awesome personalities and being so loving and open. I felt like part of the family.
    Thank you to the following people for making all of this possible. . . . "


    Florist Sassa Harte
    Make up & Hair LunaBella
    Cake Berolina Bakery
    Venue San Ysidro Ranch Wine Cellar
    Photographer Elizabeth Luna

























    About Elizabeth Luna

    Elizabeth specializes in wedding and engagement photography. Her life and passion are wrapped up in photography. She has a knack for capturing who her clients really
    are, their personality, laughter and free spirit through the magic of her lens . . .

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