Composing your wedding registry is about more than just agreeing on which china pattern best suits your taste. So, to help you navigate the complicated world of wedding registries, MyList have complied all of the dos and don’ts to get your started. Continue reading →
In celebration of our exciting newcollaborationwithEthanAllen, we hosted a few days ago our latestWeddingWorkshop in their stunning showroom on Sheikh Zayed Road. And what a magical evening it was! We had the immense pleasure and honour to welcome Dubai’sleadingweddingexperts who met and chatted with our lovely brides-to-be, giving them precious advice for the perfect wedding.
A few weeks ago we had the pleasure to sponsor the beautiful and inspiring Product Styling Workshop organized by The Engage Academy. The acclaimed blogger & stylist extraordinaire Louise Beukes and the very talented photographer Maria Sundin shared with the Dubai wedding industry some precious advice on how to make pretty pictures of basically any item you can think of, from a plate to a wedding cake to a business card.
In collaboration with Arabia Weddings,MyList.aeoffers you some tips and advice on how to select your wedding gown. Now that the New York Bridal Market 2014 is over, it is only normal that new bridal fashion trends have emerged. Bridal fashion trends for winter 2014/2015 are simply beautiful and timeless. Here are some trends that you will be seeing this winter:
“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,and a silver sixpence in her shoe.”
The tradition for the bride to add these 4 objects to her wedding attire or carries them with her on her Wedding day comes from this Old English rhyme. Something old represents continuity; something new offers optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; something blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity; and a sixpence in your shoe is a wish for good fortune and prosperity.