So there they were, the ring, the question, the announcement. And now? Now I started collecting pictures for my wedding board on Pinterest, following wedding planners on Instagram, and stalking awesome locations in Luxembourg. Even though the wedding will probably not be before June 2017, it is on my mind all of the time. Luckily some of you said that you would like to follow the wedding preparations, because I would have spammed you with them anyway... While it's still a bit too early to talk about actual preparations, there is something I have to share with you already. Because when one of your favourite stores does a collaboration with a wedding dress designer, you can't just ignore it (even if the dresses will be sold out before you're anywhere near your ideal bride body).
Monoprix, the French supermarket that also sells clothes, regularly teams up with French designers for some special collections that are almost always super cute and creative. A few weeks ago the chain announced on their Instagram account, that they will be selling a special wedding collection this February. The dresses and accessories for women and children, have been designed by Lora Folk. The French brand has been created by two designers in 2011 and they only started selling wedding gowns in 2014. Their simplistic wedding gowns with playful details like lace, embroideries and pearls are perfect for the modern boho bride who doesn't like too much fuss.
The collection for Monoprix, which will be available from February 10th, isn't just about wedding gowns, but also about accessories and details, from golden shoes, over clothes for the flower girls up to home decoration like garlands, pillows and even stationery. All at a budget-bride friendly price.
wedding gown - 280€, underwear - 28€ (bra) & 18€ (panties), clutch - 19€, blazer - 75€, YES sign - 20€, glitter heels - 65€, bag - 39€
Have you fallen in love yet? I will definitely make sure to get a peek at the collection when it's in stores (February 10th, but I will keep you updated on Facebook on when it arrives in Luxembourg). Even though it would be stupid to already buy a dress, I'm seriously ogling at the glitter heels as they have a wonderful shape, don't you think?
P.S.: For those who can't wait, the collection will already be available in a pop-up store from February 5th-7th in Paris at 11 rue Debelleyme.