Couture Bridal Event: Sixpence for your Shoe sets Amsale 'Waldorf' at the Wadsworth Mansion

Couture Bridal Event: Sixpence for your Shoe sets Amsale 'Waldorf' at the Wadsworth Mansion

Couture Bridal Event: Sixpence for your Shoe sets Amsale 'Waldorf' at the Wadsworth Mansion . Mobile Image

Aug 22, 2013

  In celebration of our Couture Bridal Event, which runs through Saturday the 24th, we are teaming up with the best Connecticut event planners in a new series!  Each day we will pair a beautiful couture gown with the perfect venue and the planner will weigh in on why the match works so well. Be sure to check the blog daily for the latest pairing!       In the final days of this event we are pleased to feature event planner, Sixpence for your Shoe with a pairing that is the epitome of elegance. Amsale's 'Waldorf' gown with its delicate hand embroyedered motif is imagined at the Wadsworth Mansion for an affair not soon to be forgotten. Take a peek at the inspiration board below to see Sixpence's suggestions for invitations, decor, flowers and more! twd-scroll-break-forblog "The Wadsworth Mansion at Long Hill Estate is the type of venue that little girls (and big girls too!) dream about. Boasting a mysterious yet inviting driveway and a majestic presence, grand ballrooms and rolling rear lawn, the mansion is a magnificent location to celebrate old world, dinner party ambiance.  The Amsale dress, with it's structured silhouette, yet feminine embroidered detailing, is a wonderful compliment to a romantic, Gatsby-esq soiree at the Wadsworth Mansion. We suggest paring this gown with fabulously sparkly ankle strap shoes, the perfect pink lip, ethereal maids dresses, classic tuxes, and neutral florals incorporating soft textures such as lambs ear and lisianthus.   Tables will be dressed with brocade linen, beaded or gold chargers and layers of gilt accented china.  A draped tent with vintage crystal chandeliers hung at a variety of heights offer a fanciful canopy of bling, for sweethearts to dance the night away. "  wadsworth-Sixpence Credits: 1. Amsale- Waldorf  (silk organza gown with appliqué embroidery) 2. Jimmy Choo shoes, photographed by Orchard Cove Photograhy 3. Letterpress Invitation Suite, courtesy of Mary Alica at A Delightful Day 4. Vintage Chandeliers by Dragonfly Event, photographed by Justin&Mary 5. Bouquet by Joy de Vivre, photographed by Michael and Anna Costa Photography, courtesty of Loverly 6. Wadsworth Mansion at Long Hill Estate, website photograph 7. Table setting with La Tavola Linen, photographed by Jeff Shipley, planned by Alegria By Design


Sixpence for your Shoe Bio:  Over five years after the inception of our business, Sixpence For Your Shoe has grown to become one of the most sought after Wedding Planning and Event Design Firms in Southern New England with extensive expertise in unique venue settings. Our approach to planning events is grounded on executing visions into realities and managing the minutest of details. With an endless appreciation for lovely trimmings and your wedding guests' sensory experience, we are brimming with an array of planning ideas to transform any space into an event that is uniquely yours. From tented receptions to historic mansions, and gala weddings to whimsical seaside nuptials, we will be there to design, plan and coordinate every aspect of your wedding, in chic and trend-setting fashion! As seen online at Style Me Pretty, The Knot, and Brides, and in print with Real Simple Weddings, LaBella Bride Magazine, Connecticut Bride, Bride's Connecticut, and Connecticut Magazine. twd-scroll-break-forblog  

We hope you enjoyed our Couture Bridal Event Blog feature, as our annual Couture Bridal Event draws to a close we would like to personally thank all of the participating event planners and venues for inspiring us all with beautiful gown pairings!

Ring us at 860.669.4596 to book your appointment for this once per year event and for a chance to receive a 10% discount off of couture gowns between $3,500 and $3,999 and 15% off gowns $4000 and up- the event events this Saturday!

xoxo, TWD