Crowning Inspiration: Covered Shoulders for Ceremonies

In yesterday's class that I teach at UT, we talked about the Orthodox and Jewish wedding ceremonies. I love the rich heritage and traditions that these ceremonies still hold strong to this day. One of the traditions includes modesty and covered shoulders. But not just modesty, covered shoulders can signify strength and the new role that women take in their marriage.

If you are considering covering your shoulders for your ceremony, check out these beauties I pinned on Pinterest. Most of the bolero jackets can be removed to show off your glowing skin for post-ceremony festivities and receptions.

Love how just a little jacket can add some variety to your wedding dress!


Crowning Celebration: Lisa & Andy

Lisa and Andy had a blast at their October wedding at The Carranor Hunt and Polo Club. Check out their fabulous celebration captured by Everlasting Images Photography!
Check out more images on our facebook page!

Ceremony & Reception: The Carranor Hunt and Polo Club
Photography: Everlasting Images
Florals and Lighting: Keith H. Brooks Florist
Dessert Table: Tout Sweet
Reception Music: 56Daze Band
Event Design & Coordination: Crowning Celebrations
Programs, signage, escort card display, favor cards & table numbers: Crowning Celebrations
Bridal Gown: Gallippo's Bridal