Friday Favorites: Baby, It’s Cold Outside

By: Taylor Clark

Happy Friday, everyone, and Happy Thanksgiving, as well! We hope that your holiday was spent with those you cherish and an abundance of yummy food. Now that Turkey Day has passed, the winter season is creeping evermore closely. The chill of the air is apparent, and the leaves are slowly descending. This seasonal change has us thinking about which gowns would be especially magical during this time of year. A couple of weeks ago, Ashton introduced you to some fabulous Winter Wedding Trends, so I thought that I would follow up her jolly post with an equally festive Friday Favorites. 'Tis the season, after all!


Hayley Paige: “Dori”

Much like a snowflake, Dori is unique and delicate. With hushed lavender and blush tones as well as an absolutely breathtaking crystal bodice halter top, this tulle ballgown was made for an ice princess with a spunky attitude.

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Justin Alexander: 8726

Justin Alexander perfectly captures winter elegance with this tulle ballgown that features a classic button-up illusion back. The Sabrina neckline is classic and sophisticated, and the intricately hand-stitched beading mirrors the sparkle of freshly fallen snow.

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Mori Lee: 2725

There’s something so comforting about a sleeved gown in a winter wedding. Timeless and practical, this fit-n-flare sleeved gown is the perfect choice for brides choosing to wed during the approaching season. It also features subtle beading on the illusion back that twinkles like the stars on a clear December night.

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To close out this Friday Favorites, I thought that I would share just a few things for which we here at MTB are thankful. First and foremost, we are grateful for our brides, without whom we would just be a bunch of ladies with a few-too-many wedding dresses. Our hearts burst with joy each time we help our brides feel beautiful, so thank you for making us a part of your wedding experience. Secondly, we are thankful for each other. Founded in love, the sisterhood of Meant To Be and Twirl is wholesome and unconditional. And last but not least, we are thankful for the community of which we are a part. As a small business, it feels so rewarding to be welcomed and nurtured by such wonderful people. Thank you to all who support our dreams. In doing so, you have allowed us to make, and to continue to make, the dreams of hundreds of brides come true!  

Xo, Taylor and the MTB Family

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