The Zodiac Bridal Guide: Aquarius


January 20th- February 18th


Aquarius’ are creative, free-spirits. Express your one-of-a-kind style with this romantic, lace sheath gown inspired by nature. Featuring long bell sleeves, accented with three dimensional floral embellishments, Swarovski crystals, and zipper back closure. This gown is perfect for a either a garden or church wedding.

Dahlia by Maggie Sottero

Wedding Invitations in 2015

According to The Bridal Guide, buttons, ribbons and gems along with perfect penmanship and selfies are what the trend for wedding invitations will be in 2015!“Couples will be generating excitement for their celebration by wowing guests with an invitation suite that’s delivered in attention-grabbing style: wrapped in shimmery cellophane; boxed in decorative paper; tied up with ribbon, leather rope or baker’s twine; studded with crystals; or adorned with dried flowers.”

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“The ink palette is swinging away from neon brights toward more subdued tones. High-gloss, tone-on-tone printing and pale shades, such as brushed gold, blush, champagne and pewter.”

modern save the date


Couples are choosing fun, professional engagement photos for invitations and save-the-dates — anything from formal portraits to action shots to quirky set-ups.

The Zodiac Bridal Guide: Sagittarius


November 22nd – December 24th

watters wedding dresses fall 2014 001 SAGITTARIUS


Sagittarius’ are outgoing and adventurous. You’re destined to wed in some exotic locale. Show off your wanderlust spirit in this v-neck, lace corset bodice gown with spaghetti straps. An accent of Georgette incorporated in the band, at waist, is sure to show off your silhouette, and the cathedral train scalloped with lace treatment will flow elegantly down the aisle.

Try it on today at Abbotts.

Watters style #52233

Quick Guide to Bridal Undergarments


It is important to understand that the wrong undergarments can totally ruin the look of your gorgeous bridal gown; NO ONE wants that! Although shopping for bras and underwear may not be as exciting as finding your dream dress, you must still remember that they are part of your finished look; your foundation garments. The last thing you want your guests to notice are visible straps, lumps, or lines under your gown. The following are some good tips to help you decide how and when to pick the undergarments for your big day.

Use your first dress fitting as a chance to learn what kind of lingerie will work best. There, you will find out if buying a bra is at all necessary for your particular dress. Typically there is enough support in the bodice of gowns to where you will not need a bra; however, if you’d like a little more support, sewing cups into your gown, buying a bra, or using stick-ons are always an option.

When it comes to underwear, 90% off the time, a nude thong is your best bet. However, depending on the style of your dress, you may not be limited to just that. Brides need to be most careful with their underwear choices when their dress style in straight, sheath and/or see through in certain areas. Above is an example of the type of shapewear you may choose for a straight, fitted, key-hole back, bridal gown. Shapewear, such as Spanx, is also a wonderful option when you have a gown to show off your curves! Giving your lingerie consultant a little background information about your dress will help them find the perfect undergarments for you.

Don’t forget your foundations garments for your perfect day!

Sparkle Like Champagne

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We are excited to present to you our upcoming event, ‘Sparkle Like Champagne’, to showcase our fabulous, new headpieces and veils! Come and enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d'oeuvres with the Abbotts family and your favorite consultants. We don’t want you to miss out on these special prices!

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