Rule 3: Stay true to your style! If you’re typical look is bohemian and laid back, adding a whimsical crown or crystal and pearl comb can give you enough sparkle, yet still minimal, creating a Boho chic look. Adding your personal style keeps your day true to YOU. Add your personality and flair into every detail of your big day!

IBT 2Photography: Allie Lindsey Photography


Rule 2: Let your man mix and match! You don’t have to play it safe with a typical black and white three piece tux. Adding a colorful pocket square and patterned skinny tie brings style and personality for the groom on his big day. Bow ties and skinny ties are on trend and are the perfect touch to personalize his wedding day look!

mensPhotographer: APictureLife Photography


Rule 1: Do not over do it! For example, if your gown is already elaborate you don’t need to add a crystal sash along side a veil and chandelier earrings.  Try adding a single bracelet or drop necklace, keeping the statement pieces minimal and the focus on your dress. If your dress is minimal on detail go ahead and add a stacked variety of bracelets and simple headpiece bringing attention to your overall look and glamming your gown up!

IBTPhotography: Troy Grover Photographers


We are so excited to be teaming up with Camilla Christine Bridal for an amazing trunk show this weekend! The designers will be bringing their entire 2015 line of bridal accessories – veils, sashes, clutches, garters, headpieces and jewelry! Camilla Christine carries the greatest varieties of colors and choices. They even have accessories for bridesmaids and mothers of the bride or groom. Come in to TC for shopping, champagne and an amazing 10% discount! Hope to see you this Friday and Saturday, January 9th and 10th.


Ok, this HAS to be one of our favorite brides of all time! Kylette came in to the store knowing exactly what she wanted and couldn’t find it anywhere else! She described the piece as a headpiece that made a statement in the front AND the back. I knew exactly which piece to show her but the piece in the store was decked out in pearls. Kylette had mentioned that she is in love with it but in her culture, pearls are a sign of mourning or death – definitely not for a wedding! I immediately called Jaclyn, the designer of Olivia Nelson, and we created a one of a kind version of the headpicee and switched out pearls for Swarovski crystals! The finished version was nothing short of breathtaking!

Kylette 1

Kylette 2We are so happy for Kylette and Brendon! How beautiful was their wedding at the St. Regis? Congrats Kylette and Brendon!

Kylette 3Photo Credit: Samuel Lippke Studios