Nothing says elegance like the glistening shimmer of snowflakes. Embrace your winter wedding theme by adding silvery snowflakes to your ceremony and reception. For a little extra bling, accessorize your wedding look with a piece of sparkling snowflake jewellery or draw inspiration from the frosty outdoors to enhance your reception decor. Have your ring bearer carry a snowflake-inspired ring pillow down the aisle and top off your winter wonderland-themed wedding with snowflake favours for guests to enjoy.
The holiday engagements have officially begun! Jason Trawick proposed to his pop princess Britney Spears last week and this time Brit’s mister-to-be bought the ring (if you remember, Britney bought her own ring with K-Fed). Props to Trawick for presenting Ms. Brit with a gorgeous dazzler that is just blingy enough, but not too showy. According to People, Trawick worked with jeweller-to-the-stars Neil Lane to create the perfect piece for his lady love. Lane tells People that Trawick wanted a ring fit for his “everyday princess,” so that was the theme the designer went with in creating the piece. Lane custom-created a tiara-motif sparkler with a round, perfect white diamond in a handmade platinum setting that “looks like a mini crown.” He also added 90 small round diamonds around the eternity band. “Jason didn’t want an over-the-top ring with a giant stone,” Lane said.
Now let’s start the guessing games as to what Brit Brit will wear? For her first (and 55-hour) marriage to Jason Alexander, it was a ballcap and crop top; to K-Fed she went with Monique Lhuillier. What do you think for this one, hopefully her third-time-lucky wedding?
Emillie Jones and Damian Campagnaro, July 2, 2011, London, Ontario.
Photography courtesy Heath MacEachern-Tarasick of HRM Photography, (hrmphotography.com).
Ceremony and reception location: Fanshawe Pioneer Village
Dress: J. Crew
Planners: Day of Coordinator Jennifer Eaves from Blissful Bookings
Hair and makeup: Ashley Brewer from Proudest Pony Hair & Co.
Groom’s tux: Boomer
Favours: Homemade wine with labels drawn by the groom, traditional fruitcake by the bride’s mother, potted plants by the bride’s stepmother
Bridal party attire: J. Crew and Club Monaco
Cupcakes: Vegan cupcakes from Shotgun Café and non-vegan cupcakes from Blackfriars Bistro and Caterer
Caterer: Blackfriars Bistro and Caterer
Flowers: The Flower Lady and Gentleman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Music: Playlist on the groom’s computer