Happy Wedding Wednesday! Today for our Wedding Wednesday Designer Spotlight we are showcasing Tadashi Shoji, a leading designer that recently expanded his lifestyle brand to include an affordable luxury bridal collection.

A bride is to have options, especially when she envisions a wedding of her dreams. The Fall 2018 bridal collection from Tadashi Shoji caters to her desires and imaginings.

Wedding Wednesday Designer Tadashi Shoji

For the carefree bride who dreams of sunlight dancing on turquoise waters and mussed wavy beach curls; who imagines white sands and driftwood archways with billowing ivory sails on her wedding day, there are seaside pieces. Seaspray bouquets inspire three-dimensional laser cut petals. Shimmers of color are introduced with tints of ice blue and blush pink by way of translucent layered tulle. Effortless overlays create fluidity in both silhouette and movement.

For the free-spirited bride who loves one-of-a-kind details and who is romantic at heart, there are bohemian-inspired looks. Her wedding is in the rustic countryside. In a barn festooned with café string lights and hanging centerpieces of freshly picked, wild-looking flowers. Crafted cocktails served in mason jars. Burlap-wrapped wedding favors. Ivory gowns draped in vintage-inspired cotton laces. Off-shoulder necklines to play up her romantic side-swept curls. High-low hemlines expose those merlot-hued heels – or bridal cowboy boots. No thoughtful detail is forgotten.

For the bride who dreams of being swept off her feet with the city as her background, there is refinement. Dashing through the busy streets with her groom-to-be, beneath soaring skyscrapers with terraced crowns and gilded spires above. First look photos taken in front of their favorite facades, upon grand marble steps, and sharing an intimate kiss beneath an arched entry. Pearls ornament the folds of softly sculpted gathers of her chosen gown. Cutaway bodices with sheer lace illusions and sparkling diamantes capture her polished sophistication.

A bride is to have options. Her dress is but to accentuate her je ne sais quoi. Born and raised in Sendai, Japan, Tadashi Shoji say’s “Every woman, regardless of size and shape, deserves to feel confident, comfortable and gorgeous.” To purchase one of these gowns please visit the Tadashi Shoji to locate a retailer near you.

With Love,

Samala

“In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing.”

Mignon McLaughlin

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