25 Jul 2017

A true destination wedding weekend isn’t complete until you’ve danced the night away. Continue the memories post wedding dinner with an amazing After Hours Party—a timeless wedding trend our team doesn’t foresee going out of style any time soon!

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Jeremie Barlow Photography}

Add a little sparkle to your late-night event with fab décor, yummy treats and lots of fun…

After Hours Party Must: Dazzling Décor

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Gruber Photographers}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Elan Artists | Scott Clark Photo}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Jeremie Barlow Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Jeremie Barlow Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Elan Artists | Scott Clark Photo}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Dennis Kwan Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach


After Hours Party Must: Sips and Treats

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Christian Oth Studio}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Love Life Images}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Amy Hill Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Carla Ten Eyck Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Elan Artists | Scott Clark Photo}


After Hours Party Must: Good Times & Good Vibes

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Cameron Kelly Studio}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach
{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Cameron Kelly Studio}

Dazzle Your After Party
{Photo by Anthony Vazquez Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Jeremie Barlow Photography}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Adagion Studio}

Dazzle Your Wedding After Party | The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

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Traditionally considered a wedding-day must-have, they say a veil is what turns a woman in a beautiful white dress into a bride. A seemingly simple accessory, the veil has the power to completely transform your wedding day look.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

What veil is best for you? Take a look at the top 10 bridal veil styles…

Cathedral Veil: Traditionally worn at more formal weddings, the cathedral length is the longest—nine to 25 feet—and more detailed. When paired with a grand gown, this is the stuff of fairy tales…

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Sara DiCicco Photography}

Chapel Veil: Normally a bit longer than a floor length veil, the elegant chapel length is best if you dream of dramatic walk down the aisle.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Fred Marcus Studio}

Ballet Veil: Also known as a waltz or ballerina veil, ballet length falls anywhere between your fingertips and the floor—usually about knee to ankle—adding drama without hindering your movement. It also offers the perfect wind swept photo opportunity.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

Fingertip Length Veil: A timeless favorite, this length offers all the perks of a sophisticated, long veil without too much restriction of movement. The fingertip is also easily worn with any gown style and looks flattering with an array of hairstyles.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Ambrosio Photography}

Shoulder Length Veil: Playful and fun, a shorter veil is traditional with a twist—adding a playful element to your wedding day look.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

Elbow Length Veil: This veil length covers your shoulders and frames your face, complementing your hairstyle or enhancing details around your waist. It’s also perfect with a ball gown because it ends where the full skirt begins.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photos by Ambrosio Photography & Braedon Flynn Photography}

Mantilla Veil: A circle of tulle and lace, it is a regal, old-word option that’s usually word draped over the head, framing the face. This Spanish-inspired style is best paired with a streamlined silhouette.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Sara Kauss Photography}

Blusher Veil: A mix of classic and modern, the blusher is typically a single tiered layer of tulle affixed to a comb that falls in front of the face.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

Juliet Cap Veil: Offering a more vintage look—think 1920 and 30s—the Juliet cap covers the crown of the head with tulle to your fingertips. Inspired by Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’, this style is perfect for a chic bride with a nostalgic side.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo via Kleinfeld Bridal, Justine M Couture}

Birdcage Veil: Usually worn by brides looking for more of a vintage and retro feel, the caged veil can be any shape or size. Often paired with a bold lip and a shorter gown, the birdcage accentuates your wedding day hair and makeup.

Wedding Veil 101: Bridal Veil Style Guide

{Photo via Trendy Bride, Brklyn View Photography}

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Do tell: Which wedding veil style is your favorite?

More resources…

Not sure which style is right for you? See The Knot‘s Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Veil

Already have your gown? Peek at BRIDES‘ guide for How to Pick Your Veil Based on Your Wedding Dress

Forgoing the veil? Browse InStyle’s list of Alternative Bridal Headpieces

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Love a subtle, light pink? The hot hue is everywhere these days and our friends at BRIDES magazine say its the “new must-have neutral.” Whatever you call it—Millennial Pink, Blush, Scandi Pink or Rosé—these dynamic, pink shades are the perfect compliment to any newlywed home.

Not sure where to start? Don’t fret, with a little help from the experts at ZolaBRIDES put together a great list of 10 sophisticated “pink” goodies to add to your wedding registry…

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Mosser Glass Addison Pitcher}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Sir Madam Linen Napkin Set}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Jansen+Co My Mug Giftbox}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Deny Designs Winter Marble Tray  }

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Loloi Celeste Shag Rug}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Voluspa Japonica Embossed Jar Candle}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Surya Crescent Throw Pillow}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Skyline Furniture Pleated Headboard}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Iittala Medium Aalto Vase}

Wedding Registry: Millennial Pink Items to Register For

{Photo courtesy of Zola | Addison Weeks Everett Stud}

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30 May 2017

Working on your wedding registry, but not quite sure where to start when it comes to glassware? Don’t fret, our Master Sommelier Virginia Philip is here to help.

Her expert tip: “When registering for your glassware, keep in mind who your guests are and also when and why you may use specific glassware.”

Wedding Registry: Glassware

Which brand is best for you? Here are Virginia’s favorite three brands and how to use each glass style…

1. Riedel – The true wine connoisseur’s glass, Riedel is a must for couples who appreciate a great glass of wine. The shape of the glass helps to enhance the taste profile and the clear glass allows for a perfect view of the wine’s color nuances.

2. Tiffany – Simple yet oh-so elegant, Tiffany glasses can be used for everyday drinking and special celebrations. While the shape is not designed for specific use, the glass is best for red versus white wines.

3. Waterford – For the truly elegant dinner table, these crystal glasses are a must. Perfect for the holidays and impressionable to guests, this is your special occasion glassware collection.

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