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Each night we tune into our favorite TV shows and follow along with story lines of the characters the screenwriters created. We create bonds to these characters. They become the best friends we’ll never have…and when they wed we watch.

Here’s a salute to our favorite television wedding moments. From Luke and Laura to Zach and Kelly…when our favorite characters tie the knot it’s hands down an affair to remember.

90210, The Brady Bunch, Saved By the BellDynasty, Friends, The Office, General Hospital

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From Swarovski crystals to Japanese Pearls and Belgium lace the bridal headpieces and accessories by Halo & Co. are show stoppers! These dramatic pieces are unforgettable! Perfect for those romantic brides that want the touch of a royal look! Whether it’s the Sunset Tiara or the Rendezvous Haircomb the bride will surely sparkle in these amazing accessories!! Shop Halo & Co. Bridal now until Monday at 11AM!! www.theaislenewyork.com

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Another #bridechat has passed us by! Every Thursday at 2pm EST we love hearing from our brides and wedding professionals on Twitter! Today was no exception! Here are some great topics we covered…

Children- Whether you make the decision between an Adult-Only reception or to invite children to both; it is ultimately your decision. If you decide to go with the Adult-Only reception then the people that want to be there will be there. They will plan accordingly to be a part of your special day! If you do invite children know that you can always find children-friendly resorts, or create activity kits and kiddie corners at the reception for them to play. It is the concern of the parents of the children and their responsibility; so don’t stress! Just enjoy your wedding!

Destination Weddings- Again, we can’t reiterate enough that when it comes to weddings, the friends and family that want to be there, will be there. The people that matter in your life and you in theirs will make it a priority to share in this monumental event. Consider other ideas like the time of year..when it comes to prices of flights, or consider the next topic….

Skype- With all of the technology we have nowadays, it’s easier to connect when loved ones are a world away. Creating a skype account for the family and friends that can’t make it is a great way to broadcast the wedding in it’s entirety while those loved ones watch from the comfort of their own home. It’s simple enough to do with an Ipad! It’s a great way to include those that want to be there but can’t. Trust one person or two who are willing to help with the recording of it; you may even get lucky with a Photographer who might help out too! You never know!

Cross-Culture Weddings- More common than ever before; these weddings are a great way to celebrate the heritages of the couple. Incorporate different foods into the reception menu that speak from both cultures. Do a traditional ceremony specific to your culture. And also consider some music and colors!

Tune into twitter every Thursday at 2pm EST for more great wedding advice and tips from the pros! Hosted by @AngelSanchezPR and yours truly! 

Till Then!

xoxo @TheAisleNY

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Do The Bustle…

Don’t fret! We’ve got you covered when it comes to the bridal bustle…which can often be confusing. Here are the most popular looks to choose from for your wedding day.

The French Bustle is one of the most popular and the prettiest bustles to choose from. With this particular bustle the train is folded under the skirt of the dress and secured with a series of color-coded ties. This creates a pouf in the back. Other ideas are to double or triple the bustle by creating tufts of fabric, one on top of each other…think icing or whipped cream. 

                               

The One-Point Bustle is best for lighter fabrics and slimmer silhouettes. This bustle is held at one point at the base of the bodice; it’s over as opposed to the French which is pulled under.

                                  

The Austrian Bustle works on a pull system that cinches the train of the dress up. This is starting to gain popularity in the bustle world because of its extremely interesting look. 

                                   

The Ballgown Bustle is held at several points at the base of the bodice creating an even hemline all the way around of the skirt of the gown. This is perfect for the bride that does not like the look of a regular One-Point bustle or the French Bustle. 

                                       

Bustles 101…a wedding cake walk, no?

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The lovely and talented British Actress, Carey Mulligan wed Marcus Mumford of the band Mumford and Sons, this past weekend in the English countryside. The Cut reports:

• The dress was ivory-colored, and thought to be Versace.
• Fancy guests included Colin and Livia Firth, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Sienna Miller.
• Adele performed at the wedding reception.
• Colin Firth gave a nice speech.
• Mumford’s father, who is a vicar, officiated the ceremony.

I don’t know about you, but from the sounds of it, I really wish I were invited. Can’t wait for the wedding photos to be released! Especially since Carey has such great style!

| Carey Mulligan in her Oscar 2010 Prada gown | Image via www.huffingtonpost.com |

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