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Kate Middleton’s Second Dress Revealed

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In our books, Catherine can do no wrong with her choice of bridal dresses. While her first gown was of tradition and lace, her second one, which is classy and elegant, certainly has more of that modern flare. Also an Alexander McQueen creation, Kate was able to change dresses after a brief rest at Prince Charles’s home. Read the rest of this entry »

Madeline Gardner for Mori Lee Replicates Kate Middleton Gown in Record Time

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We’ve known that Kate (now Catherine) Middleton’s wedding gown would set the bridal gown trends for years to come. We’ve also known that bridal designers throughout would be watching and waiting until the exact moment that Catherine’s dress would be revealed. What we didn’t anticipate was the record time that a “Kate Middleton” replica gown would be created. Mere hours, that’s all it took for Madeline Gardner of Mori Lee to create a Kate Middleton gown. Read the rest of this entry »

Weddingbells Judges the Royal Cake Competition on The Marilyn Denis Show

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If you tuned into CTV this morning at 10:00 am, you may have spotted my cameo appearance on The Marilyn Denis Show. My job? Having the difficult task to judge, along with Bonnie Gordon and Catherine Lash (pictured above), three gorgeous wedding cakes (half of which were prepared live on set). Read the rest of this entry »

Catherine’s “Something New”

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Along with her dress, shoes and almost every other element Catherine Middleton was wearing on her wedding day, her nail polish could be deemed as “something new”. According to NOW, Catherine’s manicurist, Marina Scandoval, from Jo Hansford Salon, created an individual and unique shade just for Catherine by mixing Bourjois No 28 Rose Lounge and Essie 423 Allure. Read the rest of this entry »

The Meaning of Catherine’s Bouquet

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In addition to the whole “language of flowers” theme for the royal wedding cake, the bouquet itself also has meaning. Catherine Middleton took great care when it came to choosing the petals in her bouquet by incorporating the following flowers due to their symbols: Sweet William for gallantry, Hyacinths for love, Ivy for fidelity and marriage, Lily of the Valley for happiness and, in royal tradition, myrtle, for marriage and love. Love this look? Here are a few other gorgeous green and white arrangements to consider for your own celebration:

Bridal Designers Love Lacy Sleeves

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The Other Royal Wedding Cake Revealed

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Royal Wedding Cake Revealed

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Bridal Style Icon: Catherine Middleton

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Royal Wedding Style

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Kate’s Beautiful Bouquet

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Kate Middleton’s Dress Revealed: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

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The Royal Wedding Bridesmaids

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Let the Wedding Begin!

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