Since the planning commenced, you’ve gone from engagement bliss to edge of the abyss. These vendors will help you fall in love all over again.
Day-of wedding coordinator Eric Trelles (email@example.com) will never leave your side. The courtship begins a week before the big day, when Trelles gathers your vendors for a quick powwow to distribute his famed wedding itineraries. Not a place card or bra strap will be out of place, as Trelles runs a tight (yet friendly) ship.
Got a gown off the rack or want to update a vintage number? Take it to Sudsies for a free consultation with a seamstress, and discuss snipping and tucking your little white dress. Embellishments can be added or taken away for a new look. Extra fabric can be turned into a pillow, handkerchief, scarf, or other keepsake.
Your four-footed hairy godmother made the guest list but has nothing to wear. Dress the pup in one of Funky Buds’s flower collars, which double as ring cushions. Tie your baubles to your choice of blooms with a matching antique ribbon.
Groom’s gift? As if your heart weren’t enough. Perhaps a risque boudoir portrait by Maloman Photographers would be up his alley. Award-winning shutterbug Stephan Maloman will bring out the vixen in you during an intimate photo shoot.
For a fresh update on cupcakes, consider CakeShooters in more than twenty flavor combinations (like red velvet, raspberry and chocolate buttercream, and vanilla with pineapple and coconut). Alternating layers of cake and frosting are stacked in a push-up pop, so guests can stuff their faces without forks. The Floridian company delivers and will do vegan at your request.
Videographer Carolina Bonnelly has a modern take on wedding documentaries, and the results are more Garden State than Untamed Heart. Vintage-style editing, set to your choice of songs, leaves you with something you won’t be embarrassed to show your offspring.
Photos: Sweet Wedding / Getty Images; Courtesy of Funky Buds; Courtesy of CakeShooters