Monthly Recap - July

Can you believe we’re over halfway through the year!? Time truly flies when you’re having fun! This month, we’ve had 5 BleuBelle Brides say “I do!”, tons of new arrivals (BCBG, Tory Burch, Michael Stars and more), added 18 brides to our Bleu Family, and had one fabulous Tory Burch Giveaway!


The Best Wedding Gown Shopping Tips // Savannah Fashion Week // Ashley & Jason’s Charleston Wedding //Metallic Shorts // At Home With Mama Lis // Bauer Wedding at St. Simon’s Island // Finding THE One // Tory Burch Giveaway // Asymmetrical Goodness

xoxo, the Bleu team

Taylor & Cody: Georgia State Railroad Museum

Today’s bride is radiant in a Nicole Miller gown! The gown, made of antique white crepe de chine and a soft stretch silk fabric, includes an intricate lace caplet that continues to the back and meets with exquisite button details. The chapel train adds the finishing touch to this timeless piece of romance. Thank you, Taylor, for choosing BleuBelle Bridal and sharing some of your gorgeous images with us!



Cody and I started dating 11-11-11. He proposed 12-12-12, since there was no 13-13-13, we picked 4-4-14 to have our wedding at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum!

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I was on the Randy to the Rescue show in Savannah with Heather. She had already pulled some dresses back for me. I told her I didn’t like it (the one I ended up buying) while it was still on the hanger. I tried it on and loved it! All of the others failed in comparison.

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My husband and I have been together since November 2011. During all of this time we have never lived together. Cody went to school in Savannah right after we were engaged. I stayed in TN to work. The month we got married we bought a house in TN. Cody went back to school and I moved to Myrtle Beach to work for the summer. We are very much looking forward to living together as husband and wife in our new home – whenever that may be!

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I made quite a few DIY projects for my wedding. I am pretty thrifty/crafty and I didn’t want to spend a fortune on things I knew I could make. My wedding was burlap and lace with a rustic, vintage flare. All of the centerpieces were random and I loved that! The flowers that my florist put together were beautiful! I contacted 2 other florists before her and they told me that the color of the flower I wanted did not exist but it did and she found them. They were perfect!


My one tip for future brides would be to hire an event planner. Even if it is just for the day of! The Morgan Gallo Event girls were amazing! They took all of the stress out of the day of. I was able to focus on getting ready and did not stress at what was going on at the venue. Great planners are worth their weight in gold.

Photos by Two Chics Photography // Cake by  Tier Luxury Cakes LLC // Flowers by Kato Floral Designs // Venue at George State Railroad Museum // Planning by Morgan Gallo Events // Jewelry from Estate Treasures // Food from Starland Café // Lights by Eddie Kimmer // Prettier than Matt Band

xoxo, the Bleu team