My Glass Slipper blue wedding shoes were featured in CBS News’ recent wedding trend report with Rebecca Dolgin, editor-in-chief of The Knot magazine. Along with “the Kate effect,” the resurgence of succulent flowers, and Gatsby-inspired weddings, blue wedding shoes are a major trend in the wedding world. What better way to wear your “something blue”?
Watch the report for more details on the current must-have wedding styles (hint: Fast forward to 2:07 for our lovely shoes!):
You may have already heard it from The HuffingtonPost or The Knot, but average wedding costs reached an all-time high in 2012 of $28,427. We did a little more research and found out how weddings measure up across the country. There’s variation between the size and scope of American weddings – a Northeastern wedding, for example, has the biggest big day budget with nearly the smallest guest list. We discovered who the big spenders are and the average cost and size of weddings across the United States.
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You may not be able to snag Leonardo DiCaprio as a groom, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a 1920′s Gatsby-inspired dream wedding. In the excitement of the upcoming The Great Gatsby movie premier this Friday, we’re inspired by the glamor and dreamy romanticism of the 1920s.
So how do you get your lush vintage wedding look? Gatsby means lots of sheer soft whites, champagne, and most of all, vintage rhinestones!
And don’t forget to deck your groom out real swell. While Daisy Buchanan may steal the show, the men of The Great Gatsby are gorgeous in their own right. Brooks Brothers has an extensive Gatsby Collection for men, featuring everything from tuxes to straw boater hats!