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Once Upon A Bow and A Bow Tie

Once upon a bow and bow tie. Bows are back! An elegant and fun wedding trend is the bow! I love the modern look of vera wang wedding dresses, especially this one and this fabulous bow. It screams sophistication. And it is even more amazing when matched with a fun bow tie. And the best part, the bow tie is DIY.

There is so much amazingness with this Seattle wedding. If you'd like to see the full photo shoot check out Mastin Studio's full post. 

If you are liking the bow trend here is a step by step from Prudent Baby How to make a bow tie. Consider using bows as bow ties, hair accessories, hair bows, in wedding bouquets, or even as accessories for your dress. Bows have come a long way baby. 

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Audrey Hepburn always wore bows. In her hair or onher shoes or dress. What a playful yet elegant detail!

May 24, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAbbie

Who doesn't love Audrey? She's a fashion icon! And she was clearly onto something with bows. Thanks for the comment and the insight :)

May 26, 2011 | Unregistered Commentergirlywedding

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