Lovella Bridal was featured Sunday on WE tv’s My Fair Wedding with David Tutera. (In fact, this wasn’t our first time on the show; Danica was featured just last month.) The episode “Control Bride” featured Leigh-Ann, freshly transplanted from Canada, and California-based Jared. Jared’s mother had taken the reigns in planning the wedding, but David stepped in and for the first time gave this bride complete control in the planning process. The bride stunned in a one-shoulder Sassi Holford gown. Enjoy the episode preview below! And congratulations to Leigh-Ann and Jared.
Lovella Bridal was featured this past Sunday on WE tv’s My Fair Wedding with David Tutera. Wow! The episode “Picnic Wedding Bride” followed Danica and Bryan, both of Long Beach, CA, in the quest to plan their barbecue-themed wedding. This episode was a touching one, partially due to Danica’s mother passing away five years ago. We were so happy to assist Danica in acquiring her dream gown. The bride wore a stunning Ines Di Santo dress. Though resistant to sparkle at first, Danica shined in an ultra-feminine gown featuring an embellished bust and halter straps, a dropped waist and full, feathered skirt. Wrote Danica of her gown, “It was SO light, and shockingly enough laid perfect for the entire day. It was glorious and I felt like a cloud princess. So special. Ines Di Santo was the designer and she is AMAZING. She creates dresses that (are) so special and […]
2011 has been one big, fabulous year! We value our continued relationships with world class designers like Ines Di Santo and Edgardo Bonilla, who in October launched his exclusive collection for Lovella Bridal. Working with stars like Niecy Nash, David Tutera and the entertaining ladies of DC Cupcakes wasn’t bad either! 2011 also included events like Brides Across America and I Do! In October we attended the whirlwind that is Bridal Market, viewing (in private no less) the latest Maria Elena Headpieces, Ines Di Santo, Marchesa, Kenneth Pool and Edgardo Bonilla collections. Perhaps the biggest highlight of the year was our transition from Jobyna’s Bridal to Lovella Bridal. With the new name came a new start and a chance to begin afresh under a new brand that we felt encompasses so much of what we do: love. Thank you to the vast array of individuals, from customers to designers, who have […]