Become a Top Wedding Planner – Bring in a Fashion Stylist

 

In last night’s episode of “My Fair Wedding”, David Tutera didn’t find a whole lot wrong with the bride’s zen wedding theme (she and her fiance had recently converted to Buddhism) and fashion selections. However he did think the bridesmaid’s attire lacked a unifying look, all of the girls’ shoes were a different styles, and personality. He brought in a stylist to accessorize the bridesmaids and the mother of the bride. The stylist gave them jewelry of natural shapes, such as tree branches and flowers, and shoes and bags, all in a mixture of metallic shades. You might want to have a fashion or bridal stylist in your vendor network to help the bride with selection of attire and accessories if you do not want to or cannot do it alone.

Below is the Kenneth Jay Lane designed bracelet cuff that the bridesmaids wore. (I found it online at saksfifthavenue.com.)

Of course David also changed the venue and designed the reception for the bride and groom. He took her zen theme and came up with a design that incorporated nature and all of the five senses. The tabletops (below) were covered with a mirror to reflect the eco-friendly soy candles and had natural pieces of wood in the center of each table.

The most dramatic decoration was a tsunami water screen on which David was able to project different images including fire, considered a symbol of life energy in Asian culture.

You can read about the vendors on the WE tv website.



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2 Responses to “Become a Top Wedding Planner – Bring in a Fashion Stylist”

  1.  

    I like the bracelet in the picture. Amazing.

  2.  

    I liked the bracelet too. Kenneth Jay Lane jewelry is usually very good quality so it probably looked good in person also.

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