Here Comes The Gown: Gabby

Gabby is a all over lace gown with long sleeves, a high neck, a low dramatic back and a colored underlay. You take one look at this gown and it says elegant and regal. Gabby would be perfect for the bride who loves Art Deco style (think The Great Gatsby).


Our dream venue for this gown would be a loft style venue with candles lining the aisle. We love idea of playing with shapes and props to create a unique backdrop to get married in front of similar to this moon with art deco detailing. We would suggest keeping flowers to a limit at this type of ceremony!


At the reception, we would mix lots of blacks, golds and crystal to create a gorgeous art deco tablescape. For floral arrangements, we love to idea of creating contrast against a dark table with vibrant flowers in reds and pinks.


For the cake, we suggest something graphic and sculptural playing into that art deco theme and mimicking the structure and lines in the Gabby Gown.


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Here Comes The Gown: Paulette

Paulette is a satin sleeveless gown with a deep v neckline and ballgown silhouette. The natural waist is accentuated with a beaded belt. The belt detail is then carried into a gorgeous detailing in the straps on the back of the gown. This gown is a classic silhouette and style but has a modern twist with the plunging v neckline and bling detail on the back.


We could see this gown in a gorgeous outdoor vineyard wedding, an indoor ballroom/museum type venue or a classic church ceremony.


For this type of wedding, we would suggest keeping the flowers light and classic. We would use lots of greenery paired with white flowers from roses to hydrangea depending on the season of your wedding. The contract between the green and the white brings such an elegance and lush quality to the bouquet and tablescape.


Since the flowers are such a dramatic part of the design for this type of wedding, we believe in letting them shine but using a minimalist approach to decor in the reception area.


For the cake, we say keep it simple! A white cake with a little flowers or greenery can go a long way with this style of wedding. We also love the idea of going away from a traditional round cake by doing a square stacked tower. This type of cake brings something modern and fresh to the wedding cake!


Three Tuxedo Styles Perfect For Spring

1) Cornflower Blue

This tuxedo is brand new for 2019 and already a favorite among brides, and we can totally see why! This cornflower blue color has been showing up everywhere lately and is on trend for 2019. This tuxedo features a two button jacket, matching vest and flat front pants. Paired with a brown shoe, this tuxedo would be perfect for the modern groom.

We could see this tuxedo for an outdoor garden wedding at local venues like: The Clark House, The Meadows, Duck Pond Manor, or Loft at 93.


2) Shale Gray

The Shale Gray tuxedo is our most traditional tuxedo pick with its satin lapels, two button jacket and flat front pants. This tuxedo is a 2019 Nominee for tuxedo of the year because of the versatility it has to pair perfectly with any indoor or outdoor venue.

We could see this tuxedo in a field/barn wedding or an indoor venue like: Salt Box Inn, The Meadows, or DelMonaco Winery.

3) Cobalt Blue

The Cobalt Blue tuxedo was a favorite for our 2018 brides and will continue to be a favorite in 2019. Much like the cornflower tuxedo above, this tuxedo is bright and bold. This tuxedo features the same two button jacket, flat front trousers and matching vest. We have seen this tuxedo paired with black or brown, and we a fan of it paired with brown because it gives it such a modern look.

This tuxedo would be perfect paired with an estate style venue like: Duck Pond Manor or Red Bird Manor.


If you would like to schedule an appointment to view our tuxedo collection or schedule a fitting appointment, please click the button below. We suggest booking your tuxedos as soon as possible but do it at least 3-4 months prior to the wedding. Some of the styles are very popular and can be limited so the sooner you get your order in the more likely you are get the style you and your groom want!