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ICYMI: Wedding Stories of March '18


Have you been keeping up with what's going on in the wedding world this past month? Well, we are here to catch you up and are excited to share with you some of our favorite stories!

1. Last month, we briefly mentioned a story where the Atlanta Hawks would be taking on the bill for a couple's wedding who met at a Tinder-themed game night. Well, we got a hold of the photos! Check out their beautiful March 3rd wedding!

Venue: Philips Arena | Photographer: Emily Here Photography | Floral: Sister's Touch Event Planning and Floral Design | Dress: David's Bridal | Suits: Macy's Men's Shop | Planner: Winey Blonde Events


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography


Photo credit: Emily Here Photography

2. We love Target, who doesn't?! Michael Delvalle and Isabella Sablan made sure their engagement photos were about them and captured their personality by having the session at their favorite place: Target. The photos are totally cute and definitely one of a kind. The couple posed with stacked boxes of frozen pizza, at the in-store cafe, and pushing a cart down an aisle. Check out their photos below!


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography


Photo credit: Evan Rich Photography

3. Lovely Bride launched a plus-size collection inspired after "Push Bridal Industry Forward" and the gowns are gorgeous! If you're not familiar with Lovely Bride, they're a popular indie bridal retailer and although have had options for plus-size brides in the past, founder Lanie List recognized there was a real need for this category of bridal designs. The Lovely Bride Curve Collection include gowns sampled in size 18 to 24 from five designers who are all new the the plus-size U.S. market: Theia Couture, Studio Levana, Lovers Society, Louvienne, and Dear Heart. The Curve collections retail from $1,800 to $3,400.


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride


Photo credit: Lovely Bride

4. Well, we can't end this blog without mentioning the royal wedding somewhere. The invitations are out and have been mailed to 600 lucky guests! We're patiently waiting for ours... A few high-end printing and stationery companies around the country have estimated the invitations cost upwards of $10,000+. The bulk of the cost comes die stamping, also known as engraving. This cost more than letter press because it involves someone individually hand making them and is a much older and traditional process.


Photo credit: Getty Images / Victoria Jones

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