Watch the sweet moment a Brooklyn man proposed in full "Black Panther" costume minutes before the movie started.
Iskra Lawrence has already taken the casual clothing world by storm with her body positive and unretouched ad campaigns for Aerie. Now, the curvy model is making moves and impacting the wedding industry too as the new face of a bridal fashion campaign for Justin Alexander. “I had my own trials and tribulations with body image,” says British model, Lawrence in the brand’s press release.
Princess, pear, heart, radiant… there are multiple diamond cuts to chose from when it comes to an engagement ring – and that’s assuming it’s a diamond you’re after. The past few years have proved that more people are opting to pop the question with coloured stones, from emeralds ( Victoria Beckham ) to sapphires (the Duchess of Cambridge ) and a huge majority are fans of vintage styles. So whether you need help narrowing down your own decision, or just love checking out celebrity bling , take a look at these rings some of the world’s top stars have been given. From flashy ones, to heart-shaped ones to more modest ones, get inspired by these beauties. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Famous and iconic celebrity wedding dresses Pippa Middleton’s wedding: What every celebrity guest wore Wedding anniversary themes for each year – and what to buy
“Heather said, ‘I want to keep fighting,’ so that’s the mantra I’m picking up. She was able to fight till the end, I’m going to fight until my end.”
There was no bad luck to be had for Brittini and Rory Decker on their Friday the 13th wedding this past October, and that’s probably because the force was with them. On Dec. 13, two days ahead of Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s release last Friday, Brittini shared photos from their backyard wedding that played some Jedi mind tricks by superimposing the wedding party onto a Star Wars backdrops, complete with cruisers, fighters, and lightsabers. “We wanted to have hints of Star Wars throughout the wedding,” Brittini tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth stopped by "The Morning Breath" and discussed the potential of an upcoming wedding.
It’s fair to say that the dress Queen Elizabeth II wore for her wedding to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, 70 years ago today, is truly iconic. With its scalloped hem, intricate embroidery and 13ft train, it remains as breathtaking today as it did on its debut in front of 2,000 guests in Westminster Abbey on 20 November 1947. Just as timeless and impactful as you would expect a real life princess’ bridal gown to be. It was a labour of love. Designed by royal couturier Sir Norman Hartnell, the ivory dress took Hartnell and his team of 350 seamstresses weeks to create. The finished design was made from Chinese silk, boasted a heart-shaped neckline, fitted bodice and a whole load of pearls. Around 10,000 to be exact. Glittering crystals, embroidered roses and a star-patterned train also featured – the latter a rather modern feature for a bride in the 40s. The train is said to have been inspired by Bottielli’s painting of Primavera from 1482 and covered in delicate floral designs. According to the Royal Collection Trust , it was meant to symbolise “rebirth and growth” in Britain after the war. But the team was rewarded. The seamstresses were given a prime spot outside Buckingham Palace on the day of the wedding, so they could see their handiwork worn by the woman it was created for. Despite the then-princess’ royal status, the material had to be purchased with ration vouchers like all other British brides in the post-war days. Engaged women were provided with 200 clothing coupons for their dress. Women across the UK sent their ration vouchers to the royal bride-to-be to ensure she would have the dress of her dreams. However, it was illegal to give coupons away and the kind donations had to be returned. Her Majesty, aged 21 at the time, paired the dress with ivory high-heeled, sandal-style shoes designed by Edward Rayne, whose footwear designs were also favourited by Hollywood legends Vivien Leigh and Elizabeth Taylor. Scroll to see all the photos. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Famous and iconic celebrity wedding dresses Wedding anniversary themes for each year – and what to buy Pippa Middleton’s wedding: What every celebrity guest wore
From Robert Pattinson to Tom Hanks to Jay-Z and Beyoncé, it seems like celebs love to crash weddings. This St. Louis couple’s crasher was a teenage dream come true.
Country singer Morgan Evans stopped by "The Morning Breath" on Friday and revealed that he and Kelsea Ballerini are getting married in December.
Six-month-old Rugbie was crowned flower girl for her aunt’s wedding, but when it came time for her to make her way down the aisle, sleep prevailed. On Reddit, her father, Joe Morman, posted a photo of his hilarious baby girl making her way down the aisle fast asleep, falling back in the wagon pulled by her mom. “My daughter was supposed to be a flower girl in her aunts wedding but napping is life.