Winter wedding destinations
We love the winter time here at The Bridal Box. why not escape off to a snowy destination to have your perfect day! here we will give you destination ideas…
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Beautiful Ivory lace bolero jacket with long lace sleeves and button fastening back. Perfect to turn a sleeveless dress into a completely different look! sizes 6 – 24 Normal delivery 14 working days, if urgently required please don’t hesitate to get in touch! Carriage is free for this item to anywhere in the UK.
Juliette- Timelessly beautiful all over lace A-line gown with a fitted natural waist bodice, sweetheart neckline and sheer illusion straps and full length sleeves adorned with matching re-embroidered lace applique. The sheer back yoke has been decorated to match and the entire gown has been highlighted with crystal beading and sequins. The natural waist is accented with a detachable rhinestone and crystal beaded belt. Crystal buttons and a chapel length train finish.
Jasmine- Beautiful strapless ballgown wedding dress, the beading on the bodice follows a delicate pattern all over that catches the light beautifully, pick ups in the skirt add volume and hold the shape without making it heavy. Zip up back Available in size US2 – US28 light gold/sil, white/silver and ivory/silver We have a US size 12 in ivory available to try on in our Torquay Boutique
Carrie - Show off your shoes in this cute Tea Length wedding dress, beautiful corded lace detail across the bodice and illusion neckline, crystal and bead detail around the was it and tulle skirt. Zip up back Available in US sizes 2 -28, white, ivory and vintage (champagne) We have a US16 in Vintage Champagne available to try on in our Torquay Boutique
A Snowy Winter Wedding in the Colorado Mountains | Martha Stewart Weddings - Grant received the best birthday present ever when he met Kendall through mutual friends at a Mexican restaurant in Boulder, Colorado, while celebrating his 22nd. They soon shared their first date at Flagstaff Mountain, a foothill of the Southern Rocky Mountains. Continuing with the theme of Mexican cuisine, they enjoyed burritos at the same spot two years later, and Grant popped the question.