07 May Look To Allure Bridals For Wedding Romance
Allure Bridals, style 3002: Our featured gown is highlighted by an elegant lace halter that creates a sleek silhouette with enchanting detail. Lace and tulle flow effortlessly down the aisle and won’t hinder your dance moves when it’s time to boogie. Available sizes: 2-32. Available colors: Ivory, White or Latte/Ivory.
See why Allure Bridals has remained a top designer label in the bridal fashion industry by checking out this piece:
We began in 1998 as a retail store and have grown into an award-winning bridal manufacturer.
Allure Bridals pursues excellence in design and irreproachable craftsmanship to create a gown worthy of a bride’s most treasured moments. We believe brides should feel nothing less than gorgeous on their wedding day. Our designs blend rich fabrics like satin and lace with decadent beading and detailing, in addition to the comfort of our patented Allure construction. The result is our three bridal collections: Allure Bridals, Allure Romance and Allure Couture along with Madison James, our debut designer collaboration. More details at Allure Bridals
Romantic Offerings from New York Bride and Groom in Raleigh
We love to hear about our brides’ cool ideas and wedding planning tips and tricks. After all, every one has a wonderful and unique story to tell. Share yours with our experienced team of bridal consultants when you come in to shop with us. Recently, we came across this wonderfully romantic poem which we thought we’d share with you:
“The Dove Poem” by an Unknown Author
The author of “The Dove Poem” below is unknown but these words create a wonderful image of two birds joined together for the rest of their lives in peace and harmony. If you’re planning to release doves during your ceremony then this reading will be very appropriate.
Two doves meeting in the sky,
Two loves hand in hand eye to eye,
Two parts of a loving whole,
Two hearts and a single soul.
Two stars shining big and bright,
Two fires bringing warmth and light,
Two songs played in perfect tune,
Two flowers growing into bloom.
Two Doves gliding in the air,
Two loves free without a care,
Two parts of a loving whole,
Two hearts and a single soul. Read more at Wedding Ideas
Allure Bridals, style 2908: This gorgeous ballgown is flattering for a variety of silhouettes. Look at the stunning lace and English net that adorn this billowing gem. Available sizes: 2-32. Available colors: Ivory, White and Champagne.
The Allure Bridals Secret to Success
Allure Bridals is one of the best-selling wedding gown lines at New York Bride & Groom of Raleigh for a variety of reasons, including style, quality of materials and a price point that won’t break the bank. They offer multiple lines that have hallmark features. We love the elegance that defines their “Romance” line.
Allure Romance is all about lace and ball gowns. We incorporated subtle silhouettes with soft, feminine element for a collection truly embodying its name: romance.
About the collections
For our Allure Bridals collections, we believe in the details — beading, floral appliqués, dramatic backs, and perfect draping. Every gown features details to set it apart and make the bride shine. Beaded lace, English net and rich satin compose gowns that are nothing but glamorous. Brides deserve to be at their most beautiful, and our aim is not only to design and produce the perfect gown but to provide daily inspiration for our brides-to-be through our media presence. Additional info at Allure Bridals
Allure Bridals, style 2810: This sweet A-line offering from the Romance Collection offers a detailed keyhole back and gorgeous lacy cap sleeves. Intricacy and simplicity unite in this demure gown of lace and soft tulle. Available sizes: 2-32. Available colors: Ivory/Silver and White/Silver.
Wedding Day Bliss at NYB&G in Raleigh
Wedding traditions are fun to observe and pass along. Family heirlooms and precious trinkets can easily be worn as wedding jewelry or become part of your bouquet. Did you know that medieval brides may be responsible for hand-sewing the first gems onto wedding dresses? Apparently, it was common for the wealthy.
During Medieval times, the wedding was still more than just a union between two people. It often represented a union between two families, two businesses and even two countries. Weddings were often arranged and more a matter of politics than love. A bride had to dress in a manner which cast her family in the most favorable light, since she wasn’t only representing herself.
Medieval brides of an elevated social standing wore rich colors, expensive fabrics and often had gems sewn into the garment. It was common to see well-to-do brides wearing boldly colored layers of furs, velvet and silk. Those of a lower social standing wore fabrics that weren’t as rich, though they copied the elegant styles as best they could. Visit Love To Know for more
Stop by New York Bride & Groom of Raleigh at your convenience, no appointment is required to shop with us, and check out our Allure Bridal collection. Your dream dress is here waiting for you. Let us help you find it.