Summer is upon us, and it's been such a fun and busy one for us so far! We're wrapping up our June with the always anticpated Enzoani Fashion Event. Our amazing owners are currently in Cabo San Lucas for the big event to view the 2018 collections, and we are thrilled with the new gowns! We can't wait for them to arrive in the upcoming months! We're continuing the fun in July with two amazing trunk shows! Our Martina Liana Trunk is taking place July 14th & 15th. This is such an amazing opportunity for our brides because we will be receiving the newest gowns that haven't officially made the collection yet so these have yet to be seen anywhere in store or online. Martine of Martina Liana is all about confidence, glamour and style, and you'll know exactly what we mean when you see these beauties. Our Martina Liana stylist will be with us for the weekend to show us all of the amazing looks so it's one show not to be missed!
We'll then welcome the Spring 2017 Blush by Hayley Paige collection July 21st & 22nd! Whimsical, airy, and romantic, this collection is always swoonworthy! The casual elegance makes it perfect for our brides looking for some traditional with a flair, especially if you have your heart set on something with twirlability.
GIve us a ring to schedule your appointment for these special weekends soon-appointments will go quickly! 281.681.3430
We always love receiving images from our #BHBrides wedding days, and Kaycie and Kyle's wedding was no exception! We loved every detail of this gorgeous day held at the Olde Dobbin' Station in Montgomery and captured by Luke & Cat Photography! Filled with whimsy & romance, the blush & white details with touches of sequin made this a wedding after our own heart. Kaycie was stunning in her strapless Watters gown that was accented with beautifully unique lace. Here are some of our favorite shots from the day. Kaycie & Kyle, we wish you all the happiness and love in the world! Congratulations on beginning this amazing adventure!
We all enjoyed our Memorial Day weekend and are welcoming the summer with open arms! June is upon us which means exciting things for our BHB calendar! We're kicking it off with our Watters, Wtoo & Willowby Fall 2017 Trunk Show this weekend, June 2 & 3! This is always one of our most anticipated trunk shows as there is a style for every bride among the three collections in the most unique of ways. Still very bridal but with a fresh & trendy twist sure to make it unforgettable! The Fall 2017 collection has a focus on beautiful, flowy fabrics that define a Watters gown and details that are second to none. We're filling up quickly for the weekend so if you've dreamed of being a Watters bride, give us a ring to schedule your appointment while these beauties are in the shop! 281.681.3430
We will also be welcoming the Martina Liana Together Forever Separates Trunk Show on June 9th & 10th! This will be a BHB exclusive trunk show where we are able to show brides some of the newest designs that have not made the official collection yet! We are always so excited to see what Martine Harris and her team have come up with in making their new collections. These separates allow brides to create a custom, one of a kind look effortlessly thanks to a wide array of corsets, bridal tops, and skirts. Creating these bridal ensembles truly allows a bride's style to shine through on her big day!
We're so excited for these fun weekends and all that our brides will see! Be sure to schedule your appointments soon - we can't wait to meet you!
We'll be honest, there are a lot of perks to working at a bridal shop, but one of our very favorites is receiving our new arrivals! We go to bridal market twice a year to select the newest gowns from our designers which means they arrive to the shop on a near constant basis. No complaining here! That being said, we are beginning to receive the newest of our Pronovias collection, and we are already in love! More importantly, so are our brides. We thought we would share some of our favorites with you all. Lace, crepe, mikado; cold shoulders, long sleeves and beaded detail, this collection has it all. Take a look below, and if any of these gowns match up to what you have saved on your Pinterest boards, give us a call. We would love to meet you and show you these bridal beauties in person! Happy Thursday, lovelies!
In our little world of bridal fashion, one thing is true, and it’s what goes around comes around. One of the most interesting things that we see in bridal is that trends are cyclical; some we are so excited to see again, and others, not so much. You all know how that goes.
The one overarching trend that we have been so excited to welcome back is something that was first seen in the bridal world in the 70’s, and that is that there was a style for every bride. Of course, there have always been unique styles, but the 70s were the first decade where the trend was to be your own bride. Why do we love that so much? Because it's not a trend at all. There were no “rules” to abide by so whether you were a flower child that wanted to wear a bridal frock or pantsuit or a princess that adored ballgowns, there was a bridal look for you. We love seeing that the bridal world is once again embracing that mentality in that there is a look to tell each unique bride’s story, personality, and style. We believe that when you find the dress that is perfectly you, the feeling you have will show just as much as the dress, and we all know we're never more happy than when we are just ourselves. While we may have different names today, like boho to vintage chic or sleek sophisticate to modern day princess, the idea is still the same. We celebrate each of our brides and their individual styles, and a big part of what we do is cultivating our collection to ensure that we have a variety of styles for each bride to appreciate and live their bridal dreams in. Scroll down to see some of our favorite current looks from boho chic to whimsical romance. Happy Thursday, lovelies!
Sophisticated Cool with highneck crepe
Modern Day Great Gatsby
Vintage Chic (Photo: Cotton Weddings)
A modern twist on the traditional