Behold my heart.
A love affair with Anthropologie and BHLDN.
I was sure that there had to be a reason that I have yet to get married. I mean, I am pretty awesome and any guy would be lucky to have me as a wife. Right? Right????
Finally after years of wondering why the reason became crystal clear: fate for me was waiting for the launch of the Anthropologie wedding dress line: BHLDN.
The universe knew that I couldn’t possibly get married before my favorite clothing store finally branched out into a line of wedding dress nirvana.
Right? Right? That has to be the reason. The universe.
But finally after forever and a day of waiting fate has brought me BHLDN, a wedding dress line from the same company behind Anthropologie. And. It. Is. Amazing. Amazing. I would wear just about every one of their dresses. Every day.
It’s no secret that I plan my wedding obsessively.
And I know that just a few weeks ago I found what I thought was the perfect wedding dress…but I may have found an even perfecter one at BHLDN…that’s only $600!!! Would it be crazy for me to buy it now? Seriously…
So I put together a little style board of my perfect outfit from BHLDN with a few extras thrown in…
Dress: Fondant Tea Dress from BHLDN
Beautiful right? Short, textured, simple but with just enough detail!
Hair Piece: Crystallized Chiffon Headband from BHLDN
I’ve never been a veil person but I like the idea of having something sparkly and small, like this crystally headband.
Bouquet: Lilac Bouquet via Once Wed
I love the smell of lilacs and I used to cut them from trees and pin them in my hair. I saw this and thought it would be the perfect simple bouquet.
Ring: Pink Sapphire Ring with Rough Cut Diamonds from Sarah Perlis
OK, I couldn’t resist sneaking this in again. But seriously, this is my ideal engagement ring. Seriously boys, take notes.
OK, so I am still nowhere near the point of marriage. But a girl can dream, right? And since someone will surely marry me some day I should buy an ONLY $600 wedding dress right now, right? Right???
p.s. This post may have been brought to you by single on Valentine’s Day boredom.