Wasn’t yesterday Halloween? Time sure is flying.
We here at JLM Couture in New York and JLM Couture Bridal Boutique in West Hollywood would like to wish all of our lovely brides, stores, friends and family a very Happy Thanksgiving. We hope you spend it giving thanks around a table of delicous food and good company.
We are so excited to be sharing these images with you today! The JLM Couture 25th Anniversary Press Show took place on October 12, at Cedar Lake Studio’s in Manhattan. It was one truly incredible event. We are so grateful and thankful for all who attended, and hope you had an amazing time. Here is to 25 more years of bridal bliss!
We had an incredible hair and make up team thanks to Aveda!
Aren’t these ‘Get Social’ postcards the cutest? Big, big thank you to Molly Jacques Illustration!
A bubbly, tasty delight for all our guests thanks to our amazing sponsor Martini!
Randy Fenoli, Bridal Expert and Star of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress, Randy to the Rescue & author of It’s All About the Dress pictured with Mon Amie Bridal Salon, and Michael Landry, Randy Fenoli Executive Director.
Lazaro Director of Sales, Cyndy Starer, and our very own JLM Couture President, Joe Murphy.
Mr. Lazaro Perez with JLM President Joe Murphy
JLM President Joe Murphy with Alvina Valenta designer, Jessica Williams!
Our beautiful models getting prepped for an amazing event!
Amy Wilkins of Martha Stewart smiling for the camera with JLM Couture Presient Joe Murphy.
One Wed Editoral Director Azure Nelson pictured with JLM Couture President Joe Murphy
Getting closer to show time!
And there is more where this came from…stay tuned!
As a part of our count down to our Spring 2013 Bridal Market, we are taking a look back at 2012 and all the gorgeousness that happened. Grab your iced latte, sit back, relax and enjoy!
And now for our darling Bridesmaids
The best experience of my life! The JLM Couture Fashion Show. The night leading up to it was so intense. The excitement was overwhelming and everyone was running on pure adrenalin. We took pictures of all the dresses, shoes, and don’t forget the accessories. We made sure the dress line up was flawless. The runway had to be set up for the show. Leaving before everything was perfect was not an option. It took until 3 am! No pain, no gain!
When I arrived at 10 am, I knew people had been working for four hours already. The commitment by the staff was unbelievable. The scene was frantic, yet somehow still under control. People knew exactly what needed to be done and knew it had to be precise. When the show began, from the models and the music, to flash of all the cameras, the atmosphere on the runway was nothing less than thrilling.
I hope to be able to take some classes in New York and would love to be able to participate in an internship at JLM Couture. I still can’t believe I was able to do this. It was the highlight of the year.
The exclusive collection of cocktail and floor length styles signifies a natural evolution from Lazaro’s namesake bridesmaid line, broadening its existing eveningwear appeal while still drawing on the designer’s signature sense of vintage glamour and modern styling. Read more
So maybe LeAnn Rimes is a “Bridezilla”… but why not change into something short and dance floor-friendly for the reception, like this Jim Hjelm number, as seen in this week’s InTouch Weekly?