03 Oct 2017

Everyone is always gushing over the bride’s gown – as they should! – but what about the groom? It’s not just the bride who gets to have all the fabulous fashion fun. In fact, Breakers’ grooms have quite some style.

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux

{Photo by KT Merry Photography}

Here’s a peek at some of our favorite looks from weddings at The Breakers…

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Adagion Studio}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Braedon Flynn Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Ambrosio Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by KT Merry Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Alain Martinez Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Ambrosio Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Adagion Studio}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Vue Photography}

Groom’s Corner: More Than Just a Tux
{Photo by Anthony Vazquez Photography}

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Your wedding day look isn’t complete without the perfect pair of heels.

Our Breakers’ brides—and grooms—have rocked some spectacular shoes. From Christian Louboutin and Badgley Mischka to Oscar de la Renta and Valentino, we’re head over heels for some of their fab fashion…

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Alain Martinez Photography | Jaime & Gill’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by VUE Photography | Jenny & Alex’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by KT Merry Photography | Ashleigh & Saul’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Ambrosio Photography | Courtney & Tyler’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photos by Braedon Flynn Photography | Mandana & Ben’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Alain Martinez Photography | Amanda & Erik’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by averyhouse | Sam & Leo’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by LuvRox Photography | Danielle & Sean’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Fred Marcus Studio | Dorie & Matthew’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Dennis Kwan Photography | Renee & Al’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Ambrosio Photography | Rachel & Christian’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Chris Joriann Photography | Brittany & John’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photos by Sarah DiCicco Photography | Ashley & Trevan’s Wedding

Head Over Heels: Wedding Shoe Inspiration

Photo by Munoz Photography | Shahed & Steve’s Wedding

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Our friends at BRIDES magazine recently shared “7 Tips Every Bride Should Know” about wedding dress alternations—and it was such great advice, we just had to pass it along to you.

Wedding Gown Alteration Tips

{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

Here are seven key things to remember when it comes to bridal alterations…

1) Stay on schedule
BRIDES recommends buying a dress 10 months before your wedding, if possible. Keep in mind, once ordered, it could take up to five months to arrive in the salon.

2) Remember to budget for alterations
Bridal alterations can be charged per services or at some salons, are a flat fee based on what is needed to make the dress fit you perfectly. Design changes can cost anywhere from $50 to a few hundred based on the style changes you may need.

3) Be mindful of your anticipated wedding weight
As Terry Hall of Kleinfeld Bridal shared with BRIDES, “Never order a too-small dress as motivation.” It is always easier to take a larger dress in than to let a smaller one out. Instead, consider a dress with structure.

4) Wear your wedding shoes
To ensure the perfect hem, you’ll want to make sure the shoes you are wearing are the same pair, or at least the same height, as the ones you’ll wear on your wedding day.

Wedding Gown Alteration Tips

{Photo by Sarah DiCicco Photography}

5) Go for a hemline that grazes the ground
The hemline is very important to ensure you won’t trip on your dress. As Monique Lhuillier’s director of alterations, Rita Ertl, told BRIDES: “With your hem grazing the floor, you will be able to walk, dance, and mingle with your guests.”

6) Bring along the undergarments and accessories you’ll wear on the Big Day
You want to wear exactly what your will be wearing on your wedding day, including shapewear, for the best possible tailoring.

7) Bring a friend
It’s always best to have a buddy. Bring your mom or your best friend with you so you have an extra set of eyes and someone you trust to discuss any alteration decisions.

See the full list of wedding dress alteration tips and advice at brides.com

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Searching for the perfect gown for your spring wedding? We’re loving the latest looks and trends that came down the aisle during Bridal Fashion Week this past April. From gowns with sheer corsets, cascading ruffles, shades of blue, pearl embellishments, statement bows and allover beading, we can’t wait to see a Breakers’ bride rock one of these new styles.

From Monique Lhuillier and Oscar de la Renta to Marchesa and Naeem Khan, here’s a peek inside Spring 2018 Bridal looks…

Sheer Corsets

Bridal Spring 2018 Fashion: Sheer Corsets

Photos courtesy of designers | From Left: Marchesa, Ines Di Santo, Monique Lhuillier, Oscar de la Renta

Cascading Ruffles

Bridal Spring 2018 Fashion: Cascading Ruffles

Photos courtesy of designers | From Left: Marchesa,  Christian SirianoInes Di Santo, Oscar de la Renta

Shades of Blue

Bridal Spring 2018 Fashion: Shades of Blue

Photos courtesy of designers | From Left: Reem Acra, Mira Zwillinger, Randy Fenoli for Kleinfeld

Pearl Embellishments

Bridal Spring 2018 Fashion: Pearl Embellishments

Photos courtesy of designers | From Left: Anne BargeTemperley London, Lela Rose

Statement Bows

Bridal Spring 2018 Fashion: Statement Bows

Photos courtesy of designers | From Left: Temperley LondonOscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Marchesa

Allover Beading

Bridal Spring 2018 Fashion: Allover Beading

Photos courtesy of designers | From Left: Jenny Packham, Christian SirianoMira Zwillinger, Naeem Khan

What will you rock down the aisle?

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