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Vera on the #1 Way to Personalize Your Ceremony + One Couple’s Dream Wedding in Hawaii

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[ August 27, 2013 ]
[ planning ]
My Advice

Vera WangI have noted over the years that the choice of music for the wedding ceremony is often one of the last considerations. The ceremony music is, in fact, critical as it affects everything else. I recommend separating the music into three parts:  the processional should reflect music that is personal to the couple and draws out the emotions of the guests; the music during the ceremony itself should capture the dramatic moments of the service; and the music during the recessional should celebrate joy and happiness. When it comes to music, the possibilities are endless, so don’t feel tied to classical music alone! — XO, Vera

[ press ]
Epic Romance

Vera Wang Spring 2014 Bridal Collection

Modern Luxury Brides' Fall/Winter 2013 issue highlighted two wedding gowns from Vera Wang's Spring 2014 Bridal Collection. The feature focused on dramatic gowns that were suited for a ballroom setting or a more relaxed venue, such as a garden or loft. Click here to see the two Vera Wang gowns in the editorial.

[ real weddings ]
Love in Lana’i

vera wang real wedding lana'i

With guests flying in from both South Korea and mainland USA, Hawaii was the perfect destination for Ted and Jeehee's March 2012 wedding. The wedding weekend featured a rotating color palette that changed with each event: From bright hues for the welcome party, to softer shades for the rehearsal dinner, and finally to a romantic and elegant color scheme for the ceremony and reception. Take a look at their beautiful wedding at

[ behind the dress ]
Dess Diary: Lisa

Vera Wang Bridal CollectionWith Lisa, I wanted to find a new way of looking at decoration, something that traditionally speaks to a very classic bridal vocabulary. Throughout the Fall 2013 collection, there are the invincible elements of an heirloom wedding gown — lace, beading, and draping. And you can definitely see all three at work in Lisa.

The bodice begins with a foundation of Chantilly lace, the same classic lace that's featured elsewhere in the collection, and then it's covered with a layer of embroidery work: a complicated but very soft, very subtle design in pearl and crystal. It shimmers and gleams in that setting of lace, and this pattern works its way across the bust on a diagonal path, for a touch of asymmetry.

We call this cluster embroidery: it's made up of little groupings of crystal and bead elements that present themselves as spangles and little starbursts, rather than in a neat arrangement. It's another bit of complexity, within the orderly surface of the bodice...READ MORE

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