Four Fabulous (and fun!) Wedding Looks
Inspire your attire with fashion-forward wedding styles carefully curated with local vendors and Burgh Brides.
On your wedding day, consider the aisle your own personal runway. From traditional to contemporary and a little something in between, these fashion-forward looks will ensure that your walk is stylish and beautiful. We partnered with Henne Jewelers, Bridal Beginning and an array of other local vendors to design and showcase four distinct wedding fashion profiles. For this shoot, we thought beyond just attire. Jewelry, hair and makeup, bouquet styles and even decorations were thoughtfully chosen to enhance each profile and inspire a cohesive wedding aesthetic.
For the 21st century soonly-wed, an off-the-shoulder, puff-sleeve wedding dress and stacked diamond necklaces makes for a chic and effortlessly beautiful look. A champagne wall and trendy yellow flowers complete the modern aesthetic. A vibrant yellow and green bouquet from The Blue Daisy Floral Designs adds an unexpected pop of color to this classic style.
- Statement sleeves give the classic silhouette of this Chosen by One Day wedding dress from Bridal Beginning a modern spin.
- Stacked diamond tennis necklaces complement an eternity diamond wedding band, all from Henne Jewelers.
- Cheers to this Old Souls Vintage Rentals’ champagne wall and custom wooden drink stirrers by Written by Nikki Calligraphy.
- Soft curls and understated makeup by Glam to Go make for a fresh, natural look.
Inspired by simplistic beauty, this profile is refined yet contemporary. A traditional ball gown is modernized by an oversized bow, while pearl accessories accentuate the dress’s dainty trim. An ombre cake and a floral backdrop bring a dramatic flair to an otherwise elegant style. Dark floral prints and an ombre cake from Nami Bakes make this traditional profile trendy and modern.
- A blooming backdrop from Old Souls Vintage Rentals perfectly matches Bridal Beginning’s floral jacquard ball gown from Allison Webb.
- An oversized bow always turns heads.
- The Blue Daisy Floral Designs added some springtime color with a bouquet of blush pink and white roses and sage lamb’s ear.
- Henne Jewelers’ pearl drop earrings and a pearl necklace sweetly complement the pearl detailing of this dress.
Disrupt the status quo and skip the gown altogether — a jumpsuit is perfect for someone who wants to turn heads. The lace bodice and detachable skirt add femininity to the look, while a metallic heel and trendy balloon installation provide a touch of whimsy. Balloons aren’t just for birthday parties anymore. Veronica’s Balloon Design elevated the fun factor with this colorful and dimensional hoop design.
- This Paloma Blanca jumpsuit from Bridal Beginning features a detachable skirt and lace bodice.
- Ponytails are making a big comeback, and Glam to Go embraced the trend with this low, chic version.
- This Henne Jewelers solitaire, round-diamond, rose-gold engagement ring is sure to get an enthusiastic yes!
- Teardrop art deco-inspired diamond earrings and a floating diamond pendant accentuate a sweetheart neckline.
A dress featuring a striking floral and lattice pattern is ideal for the hopeless romantic who loves a bit of boho flair. Add rose-gold accessories, bold colors and macrame details and you’ve got a recipe for an enchanting bohemian celebration. This Watters ball gown from Bridal Beginning features an intricate floral and lattice design with just a hint of color.
- This rose-gold headpiece from Bridal Beginning with yellow-gold Henne Jewelers accessories prove you can indeed mix metallics.
- A peach, coral and yellow bouquet from The Blue Daisy Floral Designs adds a bright pop to this bohemian design.
- A vintage mid-century sofa, Persian rug and macrame details from Old Souls Vintage Rentals brought this boho lounge area to life.
- Caitlin Thomas Photography captured those beaming, wedding-day smiles.
Balloons: Veronica’s Balloon Design
Bridal Boutique: Bridal Beginning
Cake: Nami Bakes
Decor, Furniture & Backdrops: Old Souls Vintage Rentals
Flowers: The Blue Daisy Floral Designs
Hair & Makeup: Glam to Go
Jewelry: Henne Jewelers
Models: Kelsey Breisinger and Cydney Cooper
Cydney’s Nails: Sugar Spa and Beauty Bar
Kelsey’s Nails: LaLa’s Salon & Spa
Photography: Caitlin Thomas Photography
Signs & Drink Stirrers: Written by Nikki Calligraphy
Stylist: Burgh Brides
Venue: Energy Innovation Center
Victoria Deardorff is the owner and editor of Pittsburgh’s wedding blog, Burgh Brides (burghbrides.com).