Retailer Spotlight: Croghan’s Jewel Box



Today we are excited to introduce you our retailer in South Carolina, Croghan’s Jewel Box!

Croghan’s is the oldest family owned jewelry store in Charleston and is a treasure trove of the most exciting and unique inventory in the low country. The charming store, which began 100 years ago as a small narrow shop, has now expanded to occupy the entire three story building. The jewelry store is now being run by the third and fourth generation of women and each family member has added their own touch to the family business.

Croghan’s has been a destination for clients whose family has been coming to them for generations and has been apart of the Single Stone family for over 15 years.

Join us for September 9th and 10th as they host our annual trunk show! We look forward to seeing you all there!






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By |August 24th, 2016|BLOG, Retailer Spotlight, Trunk Show|Comments Off on Retailer Spotlight: Croghan’s Jewel Box

Summer Sips


Whether you are hosting a backyard BBQ, throwing a summer party,  or just hanging out with some friends, a good summer cocktail is always a must. We have rounded up our five TOP summer cocktail recipes that are sure to refresh you all summer long.


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Grapefruit Mint Mojito

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2 sprigs fresh mint leaves (about 8 leaves)
2 oz rum
2 oz fresh grapefruit juice
1/2 oz lime juice
1 oz club soda
Grapefruit wedge or wheel for garnish


  1. Place 1/2 of the mint leaves in your glass and muddle gently.
  2. Stir together the rum, grapefruit juice, lime juice, and ice until the drink has chilled.
  3. Top with a splash of club soda.
  4. Garnish with fresh mint sprig and grapefruit wedge or wheel.


Elderflower Champagne Cocktail


Recipe / Image via Zested


Dry champagne
St Germain
Thinly sliced cucumber


  1. Fill a tumbler with ice.
  2. Fill 3/4 of the glass with dry champagne.
  3. Add thinly sliced cucumber and fresh mint.
  4. Top off with St Germain.


Blueberry Moscow Mule

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1 cup ginger beer
1 shot ginger vodka
juice of one lime wedge
blueberry syrup (recipe below)

1 cup fresh blueberries
1/4 cup water
1 tablespoon sugar

  1. Bring the ingredients to a boil for 5 minutes, then let it simmer for another 10 minutes until it thickens.
  2. Strain over a glass bowl and let it cool.


  1. Pour the ginger beer, vodka and lime juice in a copper cup and stir.
  2. Add in the ice and then pour a little blueberry syrup on the top.
  3. Give it another stir and garnish with blueberries and a lime wedge.


Fresh Lime & Jalapeno Margarita


Recipe/Image via Fed and Fit


1/2 fresh squeezed lime juice
1/2 large green jalapeno ( thinly sliced)
4 ounces silver tequila
2 ounces honey
2 tablespoons sea salt
2 lime wedges for garnish
2 sprigs cilantro for garnish (optional)


  1. In the bottom of a pitcher, muddle the jalapeno slices with the lime juice.
  2. Add the tequila and honey, stir to combine thoroughly – or until all the honey is dissolved.
  3. Pour the sea salt in the bottom of a small bowl.
  4. Dip the top of each glass in the margarita mixture, then press the top of the glass into the bowl of salt.
  5. Fill each glass with fresh ice and pour in the margarita mix.
  6. Garnish with the fresh lime and cilantro.


 Blackberry Lemon Gin and Tonic


Photo by Jonathan Stiers.  Recipe from Spoon For Bacon 


12 blackberries
20 mint leaves
2 lemons
1/4 cup simple syrup
12 Ounces Hendricks Gin
Tonic Water



1. Combine 3 blackberries, 5 mint leaves and juice from 1/2 of lemon and 1 tablespoon of simple syrup in each of your four cocktail glasses, preferably high ball glasses.
2. Muddle ingredients until combine and berries and fully crushed.
3. Fill each glass to the top with ice.
4. Add 3 ounces of gin and stir.
5. Top with tonic water and garnish with a slice of lemon, blackberry and mint leaves.


By |August 2nd, 2016|BLOG, Lifestyle, Trending|Comments Off on Summer Sips

Couple Spotlight- Zack and Delsie



Q: How did you meet?

When Zack was 19 and I was 16, he worked at Family Video in our little hometown. I went in late one night to drop off some movies, and he was there working by himself. The rest is history! He actually asked my friend for her number, so I thought he was going to chase after her…until he asked her for my number later that evening. We connected right off the bat, and though it took us some years to find our way back to each other, we both think it was worth the wait! 

Q: How did you know he/she was the one?

Zack claims he knew from the very beginning. 🙂

The moment that I revisit every time I’m asked this question is one evening when we were together late at night—Zack had gotten off work at almost midnight, so we spent a lot of late nights together since our schedules were so different—and on this particular night, it was so late that everything we did and said was funny. We stayed up until almost 5 in the morning laughing at anything and everything. Zack has always been so easy for me to connect with, but this night was so much fun that I knew it was how I wanted to spend the rest of my life. I wanted to smile and love life every day, and I knew that with him in my life, this would be as easy as breathing.

Q: How did he propose?

           The two of us took a beach trip to North Carolina in March of 2015. It was perfect weather all week, until the day he planned on proposing; then, it became chilly and dreary. It rained all day the day before we were to head home. I was bummed because I wanted to go to the beach with him, and I was afraid we were going to be rained out. When it stopped, I was bound and determined that no matter how cold and dark it was, we were going to go walk on the beach together. Since it had rained all day, when we got there, the beach was completely empty. There was no one there but the two of us. We walked for a little while, then down to the water…that’s when it happened. It was so peaceful and intimate, and I never thought I would be so thankful for a rainy day at the beach! 

Q: What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

            Both of us agree that our favorite part of our day was when we saw each other for the first time as I walked down the aisle. On our wedding day, I didn’t get nervous or upset or worked up a single time. Everything was so easy and smooth, and I couldn’t wait to see him. I was an emotional wreck. I teared up at the slightest little thing, as I was in such disbelief at how lucky I am to spend the rest of my life with the perfect man. I knew I was emotional, but not until the church doors opened and I walked down the aisle did I realize how emotional Zack was, too. His face was so priceless. And at that point, no one else mattered. 


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Photography: Kristyn Hogan / Ceremony Location: Vine Street Christian Church /  Reception: Cabana Nashville  / Wedding Dress:  Stella York /    Florals: Alice Rockhold /  Makeup: Katy Yokley MUA / Hair: Amy Uhls  /  Wedding Rings:  Single Stone



By |June 8th, 2016|BLOG, Couple Spotlight, Weddings|Comments Off on Couple Spotlight- Zack and Delsie

DB Creativity- “5 Mistakes brides make when it comes to floral.”

floralLets face it.. when it comes to floral choices for your wedding, it can be hard to choose! There are so many beautiful options. We got a chance to talk with Laura Hazzard, past Single Stone client and wedding planner extraordinaire at DB Creativity, and get her insight to the “5 Mistakes brides make when it comes to floral.”



  1. Not considering line of sight

When picking out your centerpiece design, oftentimes brides do not think about the line of site in the room. A lot of the styled shoots you see on Pinterest are misleading because they aren’t practical for a table setting and comfort of your guest.

  A low centerpiece draws the eye down to the table and can act as a great conversation piece for your guests. If you are going tall – keep it high and thin. Our rule of thumb is it must be taller than 18 inches to not impact the guest line of site at the table.

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  1. Buying vs. Renting

Many couples go on a spending frenzy when they find deals at Michaels, downtown, or even Etsy. However, this may not be the most cost effective route – and really, do you want to own 20 tree stump vases after your wedding? Rental is almost always the most affordable route when choosing containers for your centerpieces. Also, there is a concern that what you purchase cannot be used by your florist to achieve the look you are going for.


  1. Choosing overly-fragrant flowers

We always recommend our couples stay away from fragrant flowers. There are so many people that suffer from allergies, and the scent can also impact how your food tastes at the table. This includes flowers like lilies, hyacinth, tuberose, or freesia. Some options that have little to no fragrance include hydrangea, orchids, most standard roses, and many more…

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  1. Not having the proper lighting

So often we’ve seen couples choose BEAUTIFUL designs but choose not to include lighting in their budget. When the lights go down for dancing, all of the centerpieces disappear in the dark. Pinspots or candles are always recommended if your venue does not provide any type of dimming light source.


  1. Seasons are important!

Many brides come to us wanting peonies or dahlias which only bloom beautifully during certain times in the year. Requesting these flowers off-season can be very pricey or result in low-quality flowers. One of our favorites, the garden rose, you can get all year long in so many different colors.


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About DB Creativity: DB Creativity is a full-scale event production and design firm in Los Angeles, specializing in weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, and corporate events for the past 20 years. To find out more about their services please visit their website.

By |May 11th, 2016|BLOG, Weddings|Comments Off on DB Creativity- “5 Mistakes brides make when it comes to floral.”

A Maui Proposal!


One of our favorite things to celebrate with our clients are their proposals. We feel so privileged to be able to be a part of such a momentous occasion. Meet one of our recent Single Stone Couples, Jordan and Stephanie. Jordan proposed to Stephanie in Maui with a one of a kind vintage cluster ring. Judging by the picture below we think it is safe to say Stephanie LOVED it! Here, Jordan tells us about picking out the perfect ring and more!


Stephanie and I met on a blind date (set-up through our family friends) and have been together for about 2.5 years. I know it’s cliche, but I knew she was the one for me on our first date. She made me feel so at ease and so confident in what we could have and turned out to be. 

After daily Instagram tags of all the Single Stone rings she liked, I finally made an appointment to take her to look at the store. She and I both fell in love with a vintage ring she saw and I ended up buying the ring that afternoon and storing it while I plotted the best way and time to make it happen. She only had one rule, no one else could be around when I proposed. I wasn’t sure how I could arrange that considering our families are so big, our schedules so packed and our down time so little.

Stephanie had a work event scheduled for mid-April in Maui and I knew this was the perfect place and opportunity to propose. I rearranged my schedule so I could join her on the trip. She had work commitments Tuesday-Saturday night but we were booked on a red-eye on Sunday night. Sunday morning we woke up at the crack of dawn and went on a beach walk. After about 2 miles of gorgeous beaches and morning joggers, we ended up on this little strip of beach with not a visible person in site. We sat on the beach enjoying the sunrise and truly feeling like it was just the two of us. I had to somehow get her to stand-up so I asked her to go for a swim. She stood up and headed for the water and I got down on one knee and asked her if she wanted to hang out with me for the rest of her life and if she would marry me. She said YES and then yes yes yes when she saw it was her dream Single Stone ring! We spent another hour on the secluded beach then headed back to a champagne brunch her friends and I had arranged at the hotel. Our red-eye flight ended up getting cancelled so we were able to spend an extra day enjoying our exciting news and avoiding real life just a little bit longer!! 

We could not be happier for these two and wish them a lifetime full of love and happiness! 



By |April 27th, 2016|Couple Spotlight, Proposals, Vintage|Comments Off on A Maui Proposal!

Couple Spotlight- Brian and Brit


Today we are excited to introduce our newest Single Stone Couple, Brian and Brit! This adorable duo met while teaching as camp counselors and the rest was pretty much history. To see their love story and incredibly romantic wedding scroll below!


Q: How did you meet?

Brit and I both worked as camp counselors at a summer camp in Indiana- Camp Tecumseh YMCA- in 2010. We were both working with the same age group of kids and met during staff training. We bonded pretty quickly and over the course of the summer our friendship turned romantic. We started dating at the end of the summer and the rest is history! 

Q: How did you know he/she was the one?

Brian: Funny story- I actually had a girlfriend at the start of camp that summer. It didn’t take long to realize there was something about Brit. She always made me feel home wherever we were. I’m not great with words and emotions but over the course of the early part of the relationship, my feelings became obvious to me and everyone around. Later that year I was sitting at home and it all clicked- I knew I had to hold on to this one forever.

Brit: There was something about Brian from the moment I met him. I’m not sure if I believe in love at first sight, but I was drawn to him like I’d never been drawn to anyone before. Every time I was around him that summer, I knew it was different and he was somebody worth pursuing (despite the obvious obstacle). I’m not exactly positive when I knew for sure he was the one, but it’s safe to say I was the first to know 🙂 

Q: How did he propose?

Brian’s story:

Brit had told me that when I was ready to pop the question, I should reach out to her best friend, Corinne, for ring help. Corinne and I spent hours scouring the web, and she stumbled upon Single Stone. In total guy move, I went into Single Stone the week we left for Europe. Thankfully, Molly set me up with the ring of Brit’s dreams. Props to Corinne! 

Brit and I had a trip planned to Europe, and I decided to propose on the trip. I had asked Brit where she thought the most romantic place in the world is, and she said “Paris.” So, on our trip, I planned to propose at the Eiffel Tower. I was super calm and didn’t show my nerves at all (sarcasm), and right as the sun set behind the Eiffel Tower, I asked her to marry me. 

Brit’s story:

We spent a very long day in Paris touring the Palace of Versailles. On the train ride home, Brian implored me to get ready quickly so we could go take dressed-up pictures before our scheduled dinner. I was NOT having it. I wanted to nap so badly, but Brian was being super weird about wanting to take these pictures (we had been to the Eiffel Tower twice already), so I agreed to go. Glad I did! 

Q: What was your favorite moment from the wedding?

After we finished taking our post-ceremony pictures, we went back to cabin where we had all gotten ready to wipe off some sweat before introductions- it was the hottest Labor Day weekend on record in Indiana. When we got inside the cabin, we found our entire bridal party and most of our immediate family jamming out and passing around a handle of Fireball. Many of the groomsmen were in a band with Brian, and one (Rob) played us down the aisle on acoustic guitar. It was so much fun having everyone reunited in a moment we did not plan!  

Q: Anything else you want to share?

We invited the Director of Camp Tecumseh to be our officiant for the wedding. He was the one who hired us both to work that summer. It was meaningful to have everything come full circle.











































Photography: Shannon Elizabeth Photography / Ceremony and Reception Location: Wild Air Farms, Indiana /  Event Planner:  Plum and Poppy /    Florals: Wild Heart Blooms /  Hair & Makeup: Heather Sorensen /  Wedding Rings:  Single Stone





By |April 13th, 2016|BLOG, Couple Spotlight, Weddings|Comments Off on Couple Spotlight- Brian and Brit

Solstice Bride


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Today we are excited to introduce you to Orla, the owner of Solstice bride! Orla started Solstice Bride to offer Brides to be a fresh alternative to mainstream bridal salons. Her chic bridal boutique is located on the second floor above all the hustle and bustle on Abbott Kinney and provides a thoughtfully curated selection of wedding gowns in a fun and unpretentious vibe.

After visiting her beautiful showroom we sat down with Orla and asked her for a couple “tips and tricks” for finding the perfect wedding gown.

To see more read more below!

Q: What style gowns does Solstice bride carry?

Our selection of gowns are effortless and fuss free, a reinvention of the traditional – evoking LA’s bohemian spirit and Rock and Roll edge. From modern and simple to classic and romantic,  a bride can wear them with a veil at a Malibu vineyard, wildflowers in Joshua Tree or barefoot in the sand. 

Q:What are some of the current bridal trends?

I’ve seen a lot of brides loving bridal separates, long sleeves, exposed backs and personalized accessories. Our bride isn’t really one to follow mainstream bridal trends- she wears what she feels beautiful in. A bride’s wedding day look should be an extension of her personality and make her feel like the most elevated version of her everyday self. Our gowns allow her individuality to shine through. 

Q:What is your advice for a bride to pick out the perfect wedding gown?

 Come with an open mind. Our most popular dress is one that often gets overlooked by brides on the hanger, but once it’s on the body it’s a knockout. 

Q: What should you expect to spend on your wedding gown?

Our gowns range from $2,000 – $7,000.  I also warn brides to leave room in their budget for alterations as those can cost anywhere from $150-$700. 

Q: How far in advance should you start looking for your wedding gown?

I recommend that you begin shopping for your dress at least 8 months before your wedding, as it can take up to 6 months for your gown to arrive. I also suggest giving yourself an extra 1-2 months for alterations leading up to your wedding date.

Q: Any other advice for our Single Stone brides?

Once you find your dress, get off Pinterest and stop looking at other gowns. You will drive yourself crazy with second guessing and doubt.





(Images Via Solstice Bride and Single Stone)

*Single Stone tip- When you plan your visit to Solstice Bride be sure to bring your girlfriends, bridesmaids, squad, and make a day of it! Stop at some of our favorites spots- The Butcher’s Daughter, Burro, Blue Bottle, and The Juicy Leaf.

By |March 30th, 2016|BLOG, Bridal, Single Stone Style, Weddings|Comments Off on Solstice Bride

Couple Spotlight- Kim and Stacee


Today we are so excited to share with you the wedding day of Stacee and Kim. Stacee and Kim’s wedding was anything but ordinary- think newspaper programs, pancake wedding cake, yard games galore, and bottomless mimosas and bloody mary’s. Not only were we obsessed with the bright colors and fun details, but it was really the love and happiness of this adorable couple that made the day!!


Photo: Callaway Gable

Q: How did you meet?  

Stacee and I met at the club, through a friend.  My (Kim) friend was friends with a big group of girls in Los Angeles and took me, her little OC friend with her on a Wednesday night out to West Hollywood.  Stacee was one of the girls in the group and it was instant attraction.

Q: How did you know Stacee was the one?

After we met we had a crush on each other for a year.  It was very much a physical attraction, but just as much if not more a mental and personality draw.  We both weren’t in the right place when we met to start dating but once our friendship had developed and the crushes only intensified is when we started dating.  Our compatibility was through the charts proving to be something completely different for the both of us. We knew in the first months of dating that this was something special and we never wanted it to end. 

Q: How did she propose?

Stacee knew that she wanted to ask my (Kim) dad’s permission before she popped the question.  We went to his house on a Saturday night where she asked him and not 24 hours later she told me to pack my bags for an impromptu get away.  Most the time this should send off alarm bells, but since I didn’t even think she had the ring yet it felt like another spontaneous adventure for us.  We pulled into the Madonna Inn, went to dinner, and while I was in the shower Stac had prepared a whole set up with her guitar in front of the stone wall fire place.  She serenaded with Adam Sandler’s “I Wanna Grow Old With You,” song.  Then prompting herself (out loud) on what to do next, she crawled over to the chase lounge where I was seated and said some of the most beautiful words I have ever heard.  I shouted YES, before she could even finish saying the words, “Will you marry me?”

Q: What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

I literally don’t have a favorite.  Our wedding day turned out to be the definition of perfect to us.  It was the perfect combo a celebration along with love.  We always knew we would feel so much love on that day, but never expected the room to radiate so much love from our friends and family.  Our day was a Sunday Funday Brunch wedding which we thought brought such a playful element to the tradtional likes of a wedding.  There was a giant jenga and corn hole there to make sure everyone knew FUN was what we were looking for.

Q: Tell us more about this incredibly fun wedding day!

The Smog Shoppe is where we decided to get married and it was absolutely incredible.  The band Tostsy, a burlesque pop band, played the first hour of dance time, and literally had everyone spinning and shaking on the dance floor.  There was so much light and happiness it really exceeded anything we could have dreamt up.  Throughout the whole process we enjoyed each step instead of making it a burden or stress, and it led the perfect segway to make for a day that was one for the books.




































Photography: Callaway Gable Ceremony and Reception Location: SmogShoppe /   Band: Totsy   /   Sound: Full Spectrum Music   /   Event Planners and Design: Intertwined Events /    Florals: The Little Branch   /   Rentals: Signature Party Rentals   /    Catering: Eco Caters  /  Hair & Makeup: Melissa Ward,  Tara Navarro, Irene Uryas  /  Brides Wedding Ring: Vintage from Single Stone


By |March 16th, 2016|BLOG, Couple Spotlight, Weddings|Comments Off on Couple Spotlight- Kim and Stacee



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Photo by Jessica Comingore via Presshaus LA.

Today we are so excited to introduce to you to Kristine Arellano of Presshaus LA! Kristine fell in love with letterpress in Germany and decided to bring it back with her to LA. We took a visit to her studio in Silver Lake and got to chat with her and see some of her very cool wedding projects! Below are some highlights from our day with Kristine!

Q: How did you get started in letter press?

 In 2011 my Husband and I moved to Germany. I have always loved paper goods so during my time in Munich, I found a master printer who taught me the artisan craft. It first started out with little projects, but before I knew it I was spending hours there. I just fell in love with it! I learned without any computers or plates. It was the analog way with only metal and wood and all in German!


Fliegenkopf Werkstatt / Munich, Germany. Photo via Presshaus LA

Q: What is your printing style?

I have done a little bit of everything, but definitely like more minimalist style printing. I just love the way the letter press can just stand out and speak for itself.

Q: What kind of press do you use?

I have three machines, Vandercook 4T, a Vandercook SP-15 and a Challenge 15. These printing presses are from the 1950’s and each have their own quirks. Each sheet of paper is hand fed one by one. It takes a little longer but I enjoy the involvement that each print requires.



Photo via Presshaus LA



Q: What projects are you currently working on?

Right now I am really excited to be working on this African Safari wedding. Since the couple was asking for their guests to travel so far for their wedding day, they wanted everything to be very special. We designed everything from the website, the save the dates, wedding invitations, welcome notes and so much more. I am actually about to start printing their day of paper goods!

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Photo via Presshaus LA




Q: Tell us about some of your other letter press invitations!

I just finished working on the wedding invitations for my clients who are getting married in Mexico. It is a combination of letterpress and dip dye. The pattern on the invitations was actually inspired by the tiles at the resort they are going to get married at. I think it really captures the beach vibe of the wedding!



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To see more or get in contact with Kristine please visit Presshausla

By |March 3rd, 2016|BLOG, History, Weddings|Comments Off on PressHausLA

Unveiling the Veil


The Ultimate Guide to Bridal Veils | Bridal Musings Wedding Blog

Photo by Brett Heidebrecht Photography

 Before shopping for our own weddings, we had no idea how many different styles of veils were available! Knowing it can be a daunting task, we have decided to “unveil” the veil. We hope sharing our veil style guide will help you find the perfect bridal accessory for the big day!


Birdcage veils are usually made with netting and worn just covering the eyes or extending down to the chin. Not only are they stylish and low-hassle, but they have a total vintage feel!

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 Photo via PowderBlueBijoux


A blusher is a very short veil that covers just the bride’s face as she enters the ceremony. This veil is commonly paired with a longer veil and worn during more conservative ceremonies.

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Photo by Adamo Imagery via Guilded Shadows


Mantillas are usually worn draped over the head framing the face. They have laced edges and look particularly great with slim fitting dresses.

Photo by Erich McVey via OnceWed


An elbow-length veil falls right around the bride’s elbows or waistline. This type of veil is so classic and looks flattering with so many different wedding dress styles. It’s ideal for a bride looking for an easy, hassle-free veil.

Photo by Smitten Photography via Style Me Pretty


A fingertip veil falls at or right below a bride’s fingertips. This is the perfect length veil for a bride who wants all the perks of long veil without too much restriction of movement.

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Photo by Caroline Tran via EricaElizabethDesign


This one is for the vintage bride! The Juliet cap veil comes in a variety of lengths and were quite popular in the 1920s and 30s.

Photo via VeiledBeauty


Also known as a waltz veil, the ballerina veil falls anywhere from the knee to the ankle. This style is perfect for bride that loves the look of a long veil, but doesn’t want to worry about it touching the ground.

The Ultimate Guide to Bridal Veils: The Ballet Veil | Bridal Musings Wedding Blog

Photo by Caroline Tran via Green Wedding Shoes


If you’re looking to create a dramatic effect, then a cathedral veil is the best way to go. With a length between nine to 25 feet, it is the longest veil style.

Photo by Rylee Hitchner via OnceWed

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By |February 17th, 2016|BLOG, Bridal, Vintage, Weddings|Comments Off on Unveiling the Veil