Style Spotting: A White Hall Wedding

And the weddings continue!

After returning from my whirlwind Chicago/Lake Geneva/NYC adventure, I turned around and got ready for the amazing wedding of Austin & Diana at White Hall here in Louisville. The weather was perfect for their beautiful outdoor wedding. The bride was stunning in a simple and delicate lace gown (I kept saying that I thought she looked “so whimsical”), the band was awesome and everyone had a great time.

I had a little bit of an outfit panic attack so I went with a simple black LBD. I added my new eBay necklace find to jazz it up a little bit and dug these Sam Edelman shoes out of my closet since they added a little something more than a simple black heel. Every since I rediscovered them I’ve been wearing them non-stop. Sometimes an oldie is a newly (re)found goodie.  Despite my dependence on basic black, other attendees were being more colorful and I spotted some great prints and bold color. Oh and if you’re in a wedding sometime soon, you’re going to want to check out Caitlin’s hair. I was obsessed.

 The Happy Couple – Austin & Diana

How beautiful is the lace detail?

I wish I had taken a better picture of her dress details. I loved the simple floral hair pieces.

The lace cut-outs on the back of this dress immediately caught my eye. I snapped some pictures of the front but they were too dark. Sorry!

Definitely Pinterest worthy hair right there.

Megan: Dress – Nordstrom Rack; Shoes – Ann Taylor; Necklace – eBay (similar here)
Danielle: Dress – Alex + Alex from GILT; Shoes: Sam Edelman (old); Necklace – eBay (similar here)

 

We may or may not have taken over the photo booth and these guys couldn’t wait to dig into the props. By far my favorite picture of the night.

 

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1 Comment

  • AJ
    September 17, 2012 at 6:48 pm

    That bridesmaid’s hair is awesome, and I really like her dress!! And your shoes, AHH!! Love love!!

    -AJ
    FitTravelerAJ.blogspot.com

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