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Normally, this would be where we would break down into a typical (of us) but humorous rant that would include some obscure pop culture references, a little hyperbole about alcohol consumption and our mental well being; with the finale being an asterisked action/stage direction.
But, there are some things that are so beautifully designed and lovingly executed that you simply celebrate some artistry and save the snarky for some other sunny day. These illustrations for a wedding book are exquisite – soaked with emotion, charisma and personality. These aren’t designs to be envied; they are illustrations by Riccardo Guasco; are to be celebrated!
You think we’re losing our touch, that we don’t what have it takes to roast an invitation design like a spatch cock chicken on BBQ Sunday? We really don’t give a damn – we just want to luxuriate in something beautiful.
Graphic design by: Alfred Drago - rumorebianco.it
If it is a tossup between Candy related theme tunes then Cameo annihilates Robbie Williams (wethinks that is the scary codpiece is for the win – salute to Larry Blackmon). So the spurious tune that you can listen to while you avoid work and peruse this candy infused best of the guest!
Shoes that pay lip service – oh yes. Lady Dragons with Lips in pretty pink from Vivienne Westwood.
Matching bouquets at a New Zealand Wedding – of course we love it!
Okay it’s not a full on candy fest but we gotta a whole lotta love for this dress from Forever Unique. Panelled and beaded detail you are a dear wedding dress friend and not a foe! You can the lovely Phoebe (yes that’s the name of the dress) right here.
Make that face super sweet! It’s a tutorial double a candy make up look for Black beauties from Beauty by JJ
We’ve got European skin covered in this tutorial from Lisa Eldridge
Throwback Diva fever if you want to know how to get your chignon going on then follow this tutorial from Larissa Love
Candy coated nails let’s do this from Nails of Promise
You might have had the chance to watch the way that they move over on the show – but we do have a little more to tell about the gorgeous 2014 collection. The Spanish bridal fashion house Jesus Peiro has announced the launch of its 2014 Seams Collection is Inspired by the tradition and history of the dressmaking atelier, the collection celebrates 25 years of cutting-edge haute couture under the Jesus Peiro brand.
The collection is focused on the current trend toward simplicity and minimalism, the Seams Collection is a fusion of design between the fabric and the line. With an emphasis on light and airy fabrics such as tulle, organza and gauze, the collection is the perfect balance of slender, willowy silhouettes and big volumes.
Accessories and details are the artisan elements that infuse the gowns with touches of dressmaking; white detailing imitates the reels of thread or the seamstress’ chalk markings while the black ribbons represent the structure of the mannequins, the pins and trimmings. To find stockists and more visit www.jesuspeiro.com