A crisp and lustrous fabric with a trademark rustle.
A coat with tails. Seen primarily at weddings with white tie attire. May be a dress coat with a squarely cut away front or a morning coat with a tapered cut.
A formal tuxedo coat that’s short in front and has two long tails in the back.
A parabola-shaped tent with clean lines, capable of withstanding winds up to 70 miles per hour. Contains few internal poles, making it a popular choice for large weddings.
A wedding centered around a specific theme that is not color or pattern focused, such as a winter wonderland.
Stacked layers of cake.
A traditional setting for a solitaire engagement ring that includes a plain band with a set of prongs that holds the diamond. Also called a Tiffany mount.
A facial moisturizer that contains a sheer color. Used in place of a foundation when a lighter base is desired.
The person in charge of introducing speakers and proposing toasts.
Flowers or foliage trimmed into miniature trees or animals or shapes.
The founding text for the Jewish faith.
A smaller, simpler version of the bride’s bouquet made expressly for the bouquet toss.
Vows from the Book of Common Prayer that a bride and groom repeat out loud to each other to express their love and commitment during the wedding ceremony.
Lattice work, often made of wood or metal that supports climbing plants. Can provide a decorative backdrop to outdoor weddings.
A band that plays songs entirely written by a popular band.
Historically refers to the bride’s possessions that she brings to the marriage. Can also refer to the bride’s wedding attire.
A show held by bridal shops, allows bridal gown designers to show their designs to brides.
A fine netting, tulle is the material ballerina skirts are made of.
A small Victorian era bridal bouquet, carried in a hand-held vase.