Throughout the year, we've featured many weddings, and here are some of the brides' whose sartorial choices have gotten our thumbs up!
Tracie's lavish ballgown with intricate and beaded details was just right to go with her festive Christmas-themed wedding on the eve of the holiday itself. The high neckline paired with shimmery beadwork also evoked a subtly wintry vibe. For the occasion, she opted for bright mistletoe to give her soft pink David Austin rose and eucalyptus leaf bouquet an apt and festive touch. See also: A FESTIVE CHRISTMAS EVE WEDDING CELEBRATION AT THE HILTON! Who says you can only have one wedding dress for the day? She first kept it simple, elegant and chic in a dreamy mermaid gown sans embellishments and paired with soft beachy waves (more loose, wavy bridal hair inspo, here)and a long veil. Later, she changed into a romantic tulle dress with a sexy, lacy bodice that showed off her toned shoulders. See her enchanting garden-themed wedding at UNA at One Rochester. Love florals? Take a leaf from Michelle's ethereal form-fitting Marchesa dress adorned with the prettiest floral appliques. The bride wore her romantic dress with a soft chignon - pretty classy and timeless, we say. For the church, she went for a more classic bouquet of white and green - florist Fleurlicious created a clutch of matthiolas that resembled the appliques on her dress, as well as eustomas, roses and several types of foliage. See also: 7 THINGS TO NOTE BEFORE CHOOSING YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET Makeup artist, director and co-founder of 27A Co, Marie Soh, took the sleek, fuss-free approach with a curve-skimming number, accentuated with delicate lace sleeves, and a bright pop of colour (vivid floral appliques sewn near the bust of her gown). The quirky bride also chose the cutest shoes - teal booties with embroidered embellishments from Irregular Choice - for her vibrant church ceremony. We couldn't think of a look that epitomises modern, timeless romance more. Bride Jin Cheung opted for this dreamy A-line for her glamorous wedding dinner at The Clifford Pier. The long lace sleeves evoke vintage elegance, while the sexy illusion neckline and gossamer tulle skirt are tastefully modern. A classic, swept back bun accentuated with a glittery headpiece (not visible in pictures) and long veil keeps her look classic, and doesn't detract from the details of her gown. See also: 6 MOST POPULAR TYPES OF WEDDING VEILS AND WEDDING HAIRSTYLES Want your Cinderella moment but looking to flaunt toned gams? A high-low hem, or an asymmetrical dress like this one on former Miss Singapore Jessica Tan, might just be what you're looking for. The extravagant creation with embroidered lace details, which she wore with a glittery hair accessory and long earrings, went perfectly with her lavish and whimsical ballroom wedding at Capella Singapore. For a pretty cafe wedding, especially one that's outdoors, it's best to keep it light and casual - a heavy ballgown will only leave you sweaty and uncomfortable in our humid weather. Jeanne went for an elegant lace halter in a white and soft blush hue, then turned up the vintage charm with a bold red lippie and a birdcage veil. For her colonial-style nuptials at Tamarind Hill Restaurant, Evelyn kept things sophisticated and classy with a vintage-style lace sheath that complimented her lithe figure. A soft bun accented with a cream-coloured floral hair clip, and dainty pearl earrings completed her romantic look. The beautiul bride also wore a second Peranakan outfit for her lunch reception. Celestine's sexy Galia Lahav dress was a sexy number with sheer, lacy sleeves, skin-baring panels and a curve-hugging silhouette, and here, she shows how a quick change of hairstyle can instantly transform the look of the same dress. For a more boho-esque style, she went for loose curls and a metallic floral headpiece. Later that evening, her tresses were swept up into an updo for a more glamorous look. See also: AN EXTRAVAGANT DISNEY & FAIRY TALE-THEMED WEDDING AT THE RITZ-CARLTON, MILLENIA SINGAPORE Looking like a princess bride for your wedding doesn't necessarily entail a huge ballgown with plenty of ruffles and extravagant details. Angela opted for a form-fitting number, with a lavish train and pretty tiara atop a casual updo, that exuded a regal air. See also: CINDERELLA BRIDE! 37 WAYS TO HAVE A FAIRYTALE WEDDING
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