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  • Jennah + Austin

    7/12/2022 Your wedding day is a representation of your and your partner’s love for each other, which means that, when planning, create a wedding you want. #IvoryRosebride (and Ivory Rose manager!) Jennah and her husband Austin said “I do” in an intimate mountain elopement ceremony, then danced the night away at a reception back home! The vision for our day was to focus on the two of us and do whatever made us happy! That's why we eloped! For both their elopement and reception, Jennah and Austin embraced a moody boho look, which looked stunning in both the Colorado mountains and Gather on Broadway in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Magic Makers: Colorado Elopement Photographer/Videographer: Whitney Milton Films @whitneymiltonfilms Florist: Plum Sage Flowers @plumsageflowers Hair: Tonda at Breckenridge Hair Company @breckhair Wisconsin Reception Venue: Gather on Broadway Photographer: Fortem Photo + Co Florist: The Flower Mill

  • Iconic Celebrity Wedding Gowns

    Whether we see pictures posted on social media or plastered on the front pages of grocery store magazines, the weddings of the rich and famous seem to inevitably draw our attention. Throughout pop culture history, celebrity wedding gowns have made good, bad, and ugly impressions on us all. Though styles and trends have changed throughout the years, certain celebrity gowns continue to grab our attention. Want to replicate an iconic pop culture moment on your big day? Take a look at our Ivory Rose inspired looks below! Princess Diana: 7 . 29 . 1981 Ariana Grande: 5 . 15 . 2021 Megan Markle: 5 . 18 . 2018 Kate Moss: 7 . 21 . 2011 Hailey Baldwin Bieber: 9 . 15 . 2018 Princess Diana: 7 . 29 . 1981 On July 29, 1981, Lady Diana Spencer married Charles, Prince of Whales. In front of 750 million viewers both in-person and over television, Diana wore a silk-taffeta, puffed-sleeve ballgown with a 25 foot train designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel. Modernize the princess’s iconic look with Pearson by Maggie Sottero (featured first) or Brie by Mikaella (featured second) here at Ivory Rose! Ariana Grande: 5 . 15 . 2021 In a private ceremony on May 15, 2021, Ariana Grande married Dalton Gomez in a charmouse, column-fit, low-backed Vera Wang gown and her iconic high ponytail. Recreate the fitted, deep-backed look with Brooklyn by Mikaella Bridal. Megan Markle: 5 . 18 . 2018 In a mix of both modern and traditional styles, Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in a long-sleeved, sheath gown that elegantly framed her collarbone and shoulders. Designed by Clare Waight Keller under the Givenchy label, Markle’s dress made an immediate statement in 2018, and hasn’t left our hearts since! Replicate Markle’s modern yet classic look with Pippa by Cizzy here at Ivory Rose. Kate Moss: 7 . 21 . 2011 In 2011, supermodel Kate Moss wed rockstar Jamie Hince in a village parish in England. Wearing a gauzy yet beaded sheath gown designed by John Galliano, Moss combined elegance with festival whimsy. Consider a similar look with Barett by Sottero & Midgley with a cathedral Juliet veil. Hailey Baldwin Bieber: 9 . 15 . 2018 Why have one dress when you can have two (or even three)? For her September 2018 wedding to Justin Bieber, Hailey Baldwin Bieber’s second reception dress switched up her look with a high neck and high slit. Similarly mix classy with sexy by wearing Toni by Cizzy on your big day! You should feel like a star on your big day. Want to recreate a gown not on this list? Bring pictures to your appointment here at Ivory Rose! Your professional stylist can help you create the vision of your dreams right here in Appleton, Wisconsin. Who needs Hollywood, after all?

  • Trend Report: MAXIMALISM

    To everything there is an opposite: while minimalism in bridal is in full upswing, maximalism is also emerging as a trend for the 2022 and 2023 bridal seasons. As opposed to minimalism, which focuses on simple fabrics and stream-lined silhouettes, bridal maximalism leans back into the tried and true—lace, sparkles, embroidery, and more—with an eclectic twist. A maximalist bride truly believes that “more is more!” Maximalism can be tricky to pull into a cohesive look, but rest assured—bridal designers and professionals know what they’re doing! Want a maximalist wedding, but don’t know where to start? Take a peek at our curated selections below. Why pick when you can love—and do—it all? Bridal Bows Both classy and modern, bows can add drama to any look. Consider rounding out your look with a bowed heel, or wearing a tulle bow as a unique alternative to a traditional veil. Embracing Eclecticism Maximalism is perfect for brides who want to be both dramatic and unique. Combine elements in your big day that are both different and personal, such as eccentric décor and bold florals. Dramatic Dresses In bridal gowns, “maximalism” suggests a combination of multiple dress motifs, such as appliques, sparkle, lace, and gems or pearls. A maximalist dress may also include uncommon details or an alternative color. All the gowns below are available here at Ivory Rose—we’re here to help all your maximalist dreams come true! Mixing Mediums Maximalism celebrates the diversity of drama. Why not combine everything you love into one? By mixing patterns, textures, fabrics, and metals, maximalism creates a multidimensionality that sets it apart from more traditional aesthetics. Consider a variety of fabrics or patterns for bridesmaids dresses or place settings, bold men’s wear, or a colorful, embroidered veil for a spunky, energetic vibe. Statement Jewelry Align a more simple gown with your maximalist vision by wearing statement necklaces, earrings, or headpieces. Consider mixing metals and textures, adding a pop of color, or going all-out with an uncommon headband or hairpiece.

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  • Wedding Dresses at Ivory Rose Bridal Boutique

    WEDDING DRESSES We have made it our mission to bring you the best & most inclusive selection of dream dresses to choose from for your big day. You’ll find wedding dresses priced between $1,600-3,800 in a variety of styles, fabrications, & silhouettes. Our current sample selection in store can range from size 8-18 & all gowns can be custom ordered in sizes 0-30. We have everything from Australian Designers to incredible Canadian brands, & even gowns made just 2 hours south of us in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, We have searched high & low to bring everything you need to be your best bride-self. BOOK YOUR EXPERIENCE Australian Wedding Dresses Pricing: $2,000-2,400 Milwaukee Made Wedding Dresses Pricing: $2,600-$3,000 Ti Adora Wedding Dresses Pricing: $1,800-2,400 Canadian-Made Wedding Dresses Pricing: $2,400-$3,000 Australian Wedding Dresses Pricing: $1,600-2,200 Maggie Sottero Wedding Dresses Pricing: $1,600-3,000 Sottero & Midgley Wedding Dresses Pricing: $2,000-3,000 Hand Beaded Wedding Dresses Pricing: $3,200-3,800 Randy Fenoli Bridal Coming Fall 2022

  • Ivory Rose | Appleton's Only Exclusively Bridal Boutique

    NORTHEAST WISCONSIN'S ONLY EXCLUSIVELY BRIDAL BOUTIQUE let's find your wedding dress, babe! Founded in 2019, Ivory Rose Bridal Boutique is Appleton, Wisconsin’s newest & ONLY exclusively bridal boutique. We have made it our mission to bring you the best & latest dream dresses for your big day. Every bit of what you experience with Ivory Rose has been intentionally curated to make you feel empowered & comfortable while saying yes to your dream dress. BOOK MY EXPERIENCE about our bridal boutique Ivory Rose offers an intimate “say yes” experience right in Downtown Appleton behind Bagelicious, With natural light pouring out the windows, two cozy bridal suites for your friends & family to relax, a curated selection gowns, & extended fitting rooms for your comfort, you’ll never want to leave. To be honest, we can’t blame you! Ivory Rose stylists are experts in all things bridal, because it’s all we do! As an exclusively bridal boutique, our team is able to focus on helping you become your best-bridal-self. With just 90-minutes of our stylist’s undivided attention, your stylist will walk you through the process of finding your dream dress. Once you have found the gown that makes you feel everything you know you should, we will pop champagne, help you celebrate, & welcome you into the Ivory Rose family. FIND MY DRESS “This experience was unmatched after shopping at many, many stores. If you are newly engaged, save yourself the hassle and time, and start your gown shopping at Ivory Rose first. You’ll thank me later.” - Brianna appleton's only "just bridal" boutique Featuring Milwaukee-Made gowns, Canadian-Made gowns, & Australian Designs sampled from size 8 - 18 between $1600 - $3800. PREVIEW COLLECTIONS

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