Here’s an easy centerpiece idea that stacks up well against pricier options: clusters of flower-filled cafe au lait bowls. You can find inexpensive ones at home- and kitchen-supply stores (ours are from Anthropologie and Sur La Table); or collect mismatched vintage styles from flea markets. Place floral foam in the bowls to anchor the blooms, then group them on reception tables, stacking some atop inverted ones for visual interest.
Grace Kelly is absolutely stunning and I believe it was a totally WIN for Kate to have used Grace Kelly’s dress as inspiration! To be honest I have not loved the royal wedding gowns from the past, but this one pictured above on Grace Kelly is exquisite…. and now Kate’s as well.
The lace detailing is phenomenal… and her second dress!!???
Kate Middleton’s wedding dress lavishly featured hand-embroidered lace and a nearly nine-foot-long train, but this number was strapless in satin, with diamante embroidered detail around the waist. Kate also paired the piece with an angora bolero! (Source)
This is a truly a dress made for a princess, oh wait, a Queen! Her waist line looks super slim showing off her best feature. The dress gives her length and the angora bolero is simply perfect —->Great great cut, showing off the diamond beading and sweetheart neckline!
I hope to have unique detailing on my dress… and so the hunt for the perfect dress continues…