I’ve been watching Bride Wars previews at movie theaters for a few months now, so I’m really excited that I’m going to see it when it opens this Friday! I’m a big fan of both Kate Hudson and Ann Hathaway, and I hear the film features some gorgeous Vera Wang dresses. If you haven’t seen the trailer, take a look:
I’m obsessed with old movies. Those actresses from the 1930s and ‘40s had their men wrapped around their fingers, didn’t they? Look at Lauren Bacall and Katharine Hepburn: They usually played well-mannered, headstrong, fast- talking women who could make a man’s man like Humphrey Bogart stop dead in his tracks. When these dames entered a crowded room, everyone would break off mid-sentence and just stare.
Most women have that kind of moment once in their lives: their wedding day. As an avid fan of Hollywood’s Golden Age, I can think of no better way to channel Lauren or Katharine than to top off your wedding look with some classic, vintage-inspired jewelry. The retro-glam pieces from One World Designs fit this bill splendidly. Imagine walking down the aisle wearing dramatic filigree chandelier earrings, with a feather-and-rhinestone flower hairpin holding back your pin curls. Combine adornments like these with a healthy dose of cool confidence, and you’re ready for your own show-stopping moment. And what’s more powerful than that?
If you’re on the lookout for a San Diego wedding location that has a history as special as the one you and your fiancé share, you’re in luck: Many of the San Diego venues we feature have historical significance that is only surpassed by their impressive architecture. Here are a few of my faves: