Horseshoes Get Pretty: Jeweled Bridal Hair Piece + Pale Pink Flowers
I wanted to quickly go over Horseshoe bridal party style in case you’re wondering what we wore/where we got something, or what was used for our floral arrangements. I hope this helps!
Looking good, Mr. H! | Photo by PMG Image
Mr. Horseshoe wore a slim cut, deep navy Hugo Boss suit (similar here). Nordstrom provided us with in-house tailoring—they did a fantastic job. His bow tie is by Ted Baker, and his linen pocket square was made by me. His dress shirt was purchased at Holt Renfrew—I believe it is a house brand—and was tailored by them. His shoes, purchased a few years ago, are from gravitypope.
“Look contemplative.” I’ll try. | Photo by PMG Image
My dress is the Guindon gown by Hayley Paige. It was altered by Sew Delicious. Brenda did a fabulous job and her rates are quite reasonable—well worth the 40-minute trips out of town! Accessory-wise, my pearl necklace was given to me as a graduation gift 10 years ago. My bracelet was loaned to me by my bridesmaid. My crystal belt came from J. Crew (who sadly decided to discontinue their bridal line!).
Side view of our accessories | Photo by PMG Image
I also wore tiny silver bow earrings that I bought from a small boutique in Whitefish, Montana—many, many similar styles are available on Etsy. My favourite accessory, my crystal hair comb, is the “Andromeda” comb by Toni Federici. I DIYed my English net veil.
Rings in action | Photo by PMG Image
Here’s a better shot of our rings. My engagement ring was a custom design, and my band was designed by Jeff Cooper. Mr. Horseshoe’s ring was designed by Chris Ploof. Mr. H is also sporting his iron ring.
While they aren’t pictured, I wore a couple of pairs of shoes for our wedding day. I wore plain wedge heels from Aldo for our ceremony and photos. Certainly not my dream wedding shoes, but they were comfortable. I switched over to sparkly Nine West flats for our reception.
One of Paul’s signature shots! | Photo by PMG Image
Our groomsmen wore their own suits, shirts, and shoes. Mr. Horseshoe gifted them with matching bow ties and pocket squares that we purchased from H&M. They also each received a bottle of Nikka whisky. My bridesmaids selected their own dresses and wore shoes and accessories of their own choosing. I gave them all a tote bag filled with lip balm, flip flops, a scarf, and jewellery suited to their individual tastes.
Our bouquets having a pre-ceremony rest & drink of water | Photo by PMG Image
Our floral arrangements consisted of a mix of soft peach and cream flowers and greenery. The ladies’ bouquets consisted of quicksand roses, vendela roses, ivory spray roses, grey brunia, peach carnations, peach stock, Queen Anne’s lace, panda anemones, eucalyptus, and assorted greenery. The bouquets were tied with ivory organza ribbon, and I added a long, pale pink ribbon to my bouquet. The men wore quicksand rose boutonnieres.
I think that covers everything, but feel free to ask if you have any specific questions!