Stephanie and Damon were married at the Hard Rock Cafe Nashville. Stephanie looked just the right amount of rock n' roll in our Poplar dress. The couple was married in an intimate ceremony on the outdoor terrace and moved the party inside to their reception to dance the night away.
We love a good contrast and our modern Poplar dress in the old world formality of this Greek Orthodox Church is just that. After their ceremony, Aline+Brian's big day wrapped at Gainey Vineyard...and there was a punchy bowtie!
Erised chose our Poplar dress for her big day and she clearly hit it out of the park! She styled her dress perfectly with super minimal accessories, letting the pleating and the geometric sweetheart bodice of Poplar speak for itself. Her deeply side parted wave and nude lips paired with that magnificent ear cuff make her look a little edgy, sophisticated, and glamorous. Just the way we like it! Congratulations you two.
The dramatic photography and gorgeous details of this wedding are truly unique, not to mention dripping in classic glamour. Louise chose the Poplar gown and the Borealis faux fur stole for her London nuptials at Stationer's Hall. To me, Poplar was such a great match for this wedding because it's a gown that toes the line between feeling vintage and avant garde, and as you'll see from the photos below, Louise managed to do the same in all aspects of the event itself. The result is both incredibly current and incredibly timeless, something very difficult to achieve.
In honor of the World Cup, we bring you this gorgeous Brazilian real wedding!
Priscilla chose the Poplar gown in natural white silk gazar and contrasting grosgrain belt for her celebration.
A Brazilian tradition, the bride placed the names of all her single friends in the hem of her gown to bring them the same good luck in finding a partner.
Photography: Eduardo Macarios
Congratulations Priscilla and Matt!