Lovella has launched a YouTube channel! We have a handful of videos up now and soon our channel will be full of amazing videos of brides in their lovely Lovella gowns. Available to view currently are videos by the amazing Wind Productions. (In fact, our salon is featured in their wedding demo; check it out on their main page.) Wind Productions is taking wedding videos to a whole new cinematic level, thanks to the director/director of photography/editor extraordinaire Moziko Wind. Each clip by Moziko is excellently tailored to the couple, and all the videos have the following in common: they’re intriguing, fashionable, fun, exciting and even a bit sexy. Watch the video below of Tahnee (in Ines Di Santo) and Jason and you’ll see what we mean.
As we mark the end of an era as Jobyna’s Bridal and Tuxedo we welcome the name of our future as Lovella Bridal. Lovella Bridal (formally Jobyna’s Bridal & Tuxedo) began in the 1970s. In paying tribute to our beginnings, our rich history, fashion and style we honor and remember our roots, as we highlight some of the worlds most remarkable and majestic weddings. Stay tuned as we shine light to our favorite trends, styles and fashions from each decade that have contributed to the styles and fashions of today. We begin our journey into our past with nuptial trends of the 1970s the year we began. Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox wed in 1971. She has to be one of the most beautiful brides to ever grace the White House! Ah, how we love a good accessory! Simple elegance at its finest. Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner wed in […]
As Lovella Bridal launches from the rich history of Jobyna’s Bridal, we have taken the time to remember the best and most inspiring from each of our four decades. We now pay homage to the 1980s by sharing images of bridal trends and fashion styles of the decade. Princess Diana and Prince Charles: Gown: Made of pure silk taffeta with puffy sleeves with a 25 foot train. At age twenty Diana became The Princess of Wales when she married Charles on July 39, 1981 at St Paul’s Cathedral, which offered more seating than Westminster Abbey, generally used for royal nuptials. Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson: Wed on July 23, 1986 Prince Andrew marries Sarah Ferguson, becoming the Duke and Duchess of York. Wedding gown designed by Lindka Cierach. Elton John and Renate Blauel: They wed on (Valentine’s day) February 14, 1984 at St. Mark’s Church in Sydney Australia just […]
The 1990s defines a decade of pure elegance and sophistication. Rich fabrics, pearls, uniquely detailed embellishments adorn the gowns worn by the brides of this era. King Abdullah & Queen Rania of Jordan: Wed in 1993. “The future queen, destined to grace international best-dressed lists, wore a gold-trimmed, short-sleeve gown by British designer Bruce Oldfield for the traditional Muslim ceremony. Her choice of Oldfield would invite comparisons to Princess Diana, who often turned to Oldfield for her custom formal attire.” For more information, click here. It does cut like a knife! For their June 10, 1993 wedding reception, Jordan’s Queen Rania and King Abdullah’s enormous multi-tiered, rectangular-shaped cake – decorated with embossed crowns and lace embellishments – was sliced down to size with a sword. Lady Helen Windsor. Wed in 1992, gown designed by Catherine Walker. Queen Rania of Jordan: Wed in 1993, gown by Bruce Oldfied. “There is only […]
The brides of the 2000’s define an era of chic, modern elegance. Gowns of this decade consist of decadent Italian laces that are as timeless as the love these couples share. Prince Joachim of Denmark and Princess Marie Cavallier. Wed in 2008, gown by Arasa Morelli. Prince Edouard de ligne de la Tremoille and Isabella Orsini. Wed in 2009, gown by Gerald Watelet. Prince Willem-Alexander of Orange and Princess Maxima Zorreguieta. Wed in 2002, gown designed by Valentino. Prince Johan Friso of Orange-Nassau and Princess Mabel. Wed in 2004, gown by Viktor & Rolf. Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Princess Mary Donaldson. Wed in 2004, gown by Uffe Frank. “There is something about a wedding gown prettier than any other gown in the world.”–Douglas Jerrold’s Wit: A Wedding Gown; Douglas Jerrold, 185