Fall weddings, cold weather weddings, vintage glam weddings, or a modest church ceremony — there are TONS of reasons to be in the market for a chic and glamorous wedding cover-up. We went a-hunting at reader fave BHLDN to see what they had in store for shrugs, capes, toppers, and wraps. They had a fair few (or, you know, a ton!) to choose from. From faux fur to sequins to maribou to full-on feathers… these are wedding wraps from BHLDN that will make your day.
Let’s get to the window shopping…
Erica and Geff (and their bow-tied kitty, Mr. Frosties) rocked a New York City Trinity Church wedding to remember. Erica wore a gorgeous dress that her mother wore at her own wedding years ago. Trinity Church is a historic site and tourists were able to peek during the ceremony. They enjoyed a brunch reception at […]
Samantha and Nolan seriously know how to throw a New Year’s wedding to end all parties. Yep, this includes sequins, mismatched gold bridesmaids, tops hats, confetti, and kisses at midnight. It took place at The Chicory in New Orleans and between the clock decor (to count down to midnight!), the fur stoles, the FAB Monique Lhuillier gown, and the towering cake, this was one traditional-gone-wild New Year’s wedding.
Are you prepared to witness this glittery explosion of style?
This was a very small and simple Winter wedding — a celebration of our relationship. There were 17 guests in attendance, just immediate family and best friends. We met in the dead of winter at a small college chapel for the ceremony, then went to a restaurant down the street for dinner. We had few decorations, no theme, no wedding party, no rehearsal dinner, no formal invitations, no gifts, no dancing — and it was glorious.
This bride never thought she’d get married, so when she found the love of her life, they both knew it was going to be anything but traditional. Queue an amazing music theme with cassette tapes, vinyl, Air Jordans (including an Air Jordan cake!), and lots of retro details. Don’t miss the paper flowers, boombox-carrying ring bearers, and mid-ceremony dance from the bride’s sister.
This Celtic-inspired fantasy wedding has a gorgeous dress with added fantasy sleeves, hot kilts, handmade dragon cake toppers, board games galore, and some wild wedding planning mishaps. But it all came together in this blend of tradition and geekery. Don’t miss the sweet favorite moment involving the bride’s 92-year-old father, too!