March 24, 2014. Things got pretty-turvy when I Started designing my spring 2014 wedding gown signature collection for Deshaynior Design house. Says Style expert April burns, Classic bridal collections clearly inspired me. But I wanted very much to adapt the designs for today’s contemporary so fabrics took a twist and turn to add interest and style. Backs went lower. Necklines went higher. Sleeves got longer. All in all, styles got ruffled up for a very sophisticated modern vibe. Here’s the top trends you’ll see brides wearing when they come down the aisle in 2014. #1 Peplum add a soft oh- feminine layer below the waist. #2 Covered buttons for a Ultra elegant detail on the back of the dress. #3 Tiers form triangles for a fresh, soft look on skirts. #4 Lace, obsessed with! just can’t get enough. Nothing is more timeless, pretty and feminine!! #5 Curve hugging mermaid and fit and flair silhouettes that show off a bride’s curves. Super Sexy!! #6 Bows all the rage, dramatic and over sized. Not your little girl version but tied up grand for a day as big as your wedding. #7 Straps that sparkle withy crystals and beaded sequins accent the shoulders and neckline. #8 Sheer long sleeves look pretty but aren’t heavy or hot. Tasteful and ideal if you’re modest. #9 Princess for a day wearing a ball gown for a fairy tale look to a storybook wedding. #10 Hue cue: Brides will” I do to diamonds white and ivory over stark white. To get more information about April’s spring wedding gown collection visit www.celebritybranding.com www.deshaynior.com www.dshayniorfashions.net PR www.wickidpissapublicity.com firstname.lastname@example.org
By celebrity style expert April burns, Tuesday March 18, 2014: Here are the trends that are predicted for 2014 which are pretty unique and some what nostalgic of some past trends. And now that pantone has announced the color of the year as radiant orchid, it only makes sense that it’s on trend with some of the predictions I have for couples planning a wedding in 2014. Wedding color trends: Greys, Blues, and most shades of purple will be the most popular colors of the 2014 wedding season when it comes to attire for male and female attendants as well as linens throughout the wedding day. The bridal market in October 2013 showed dramatic wedding gowns in shades of pink, dramatic backs, illusion necklines, tons of bling, and even pant suits, The high in- the front and long in the back wedding gowns are allowing the shoe to take the spotlight. You will also see a lot of texture and three-dimensional appliques on wedding gowns. www.bridalguide.comn
What do your wants and needs really mean? your wants are your wish list and your preferences. They are like the pedals on a long-stemmed rose. They are pretty, but they can fall off the stem without killing the entire flower. Your needs are like the strong, healthy stem and roots. They are essential to the survival of the rose. They are the foundation of your relationship. And, yes there are thorns in every relationship. They can be painful at times, but they act as self-protective mechanisms. Our thorns come out whenever we feel threatened and defensive. And keep in mind that you can’t force a rose to open before it is ready. If you do, it will die. Your lists are also living organisms. You can edit them and add to them as you see fit. In the coming months and years, you’ll continue to discover characteristics that are important to you in a date or relationship. But you must refer to the lists every time a new man comes into your life. They are your guideline to your dating training program and necessary to keeping your love life on track.
Bridal, style, fashion expert April burns, says though I don’t have a crystal ball, but I do have a pulse on what’s hot in the world of weddings. From oversized bouquets to Jeweled necklines and even temporary tattoo wedding favors, here’s what you can expect to see this year. Let’s start with brights which are back this year, gone are the days of white weddings. This year, big pops of bright hues are back for wedding color patterns. We’re not talking about a rainbow of color here. The idea is to take a neutral, muted palette, like whites, ivories and metallic gold, and add a bold color like poppy red, tangerine or indigo blue. How to pull it off? Infuse color only into those big details that everyone will see. Ask your florist to use a pop of color in all your florals, have your cake baker create incredible colorful sugar flowers and choose a bright nail polish to match! Next we have the patterns that are making a new play, but throw out the hard edged looks. ”Chevron was big last year”, Says April, ”but now I’m seeing trellis-patterns, bold stripes and Florals,