A banana body shape has a strong, angular frame and suits styles that soften and show off a toned figure. Complimentary wedding dress styles include; Column, sheath, draping, gathering and ruffle. If you are a beautiful banana Bride then avoid ball gown styles, as they can make you look unbalanced if you are boyish on top.
Sometimes you just need heaps and heaps of pink and loveliness to stare at, like this bridal inspiration shoot by JOJO Photography and Film. Alchemy Styled pulled out all of the stops and drew up a shoot with all shades of pink imaginable, from the softest blush to the sweetest cotton candy pink, and further down to the deep magenta shades. Sumptuous blooms and botanicals were strewn all over the place by rose bredl, only adding to the whole femininity of the shoot. Pairing the pinks with a cool tone of gray paper goods gave it such a classic feel. This is certainly one shoot that left us wanting more of it!
From the photographer, Jennifer of JOJO Photography and Film: I created these images in collaboration with some amazingly talented female creatives in Columbus, Ohio. The shoot was planned to specifically feature the new Bohindi Bride line of accessories. The look was made to be soft and free, as well as bohemian but glamourous.
Go light! Most opt for a dark-colored ink when it comes to calligraphy, especially on lighter paper like this gray one used here. A stark white ink can give your wedding paper goods a neat dash of sophistication and can also bring your guests a unique wedding idea they may have never seen before. Plus, white ink is so chic on paper!