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stylebook: spring 2014

dare to be different. be bold. dream.

stylebook: volume

2, spring 2014

your love story is unique. your dress should be the same. a&bé bridal shop is for romantics, bohemian brides, independent brides, non-traditional brides, straight brides, gay brides, brides who haven’t been satisfied with the other options that they have been presented, brides who like what they see online but don’t want to shop online, brides who are looking for something unique, brides who want to work with a small company that truly cares about the wedding experience and that has a proven track record, first-time brides, second-time brides, third-time brides, brides who are eloping, brides who are getting married sixteen months from today as well as brides who are getting married in a month, brides who don’t want a huge fuss, but still want something special. a&bé bridal shop is for you.

legend: = dresses priced below $2,000 = made with love in the U.S.A


= up&coming designer

headpiece from common era, bracelets rosena sammi & margaret elizabeth

blush by hayley paige

catherine deane

floral headpiece & wrist corsage by lalĂŠ floral deisgn

houghton bride

& headpiece made by stylist

claire la faye

& headpiece by hushed commotion, gold necklace by colby june, silver necklace by arcatus jewelry

nicole miller

necklace by arcatus jewelry, bracelet is stylist’s own

“and anything to make you smile it is my better side of you to admire but they should never take so long just to be over then back to another one but no one is ever gonna love you more than I do.” - no one’s gonna love you, band of horses

& necklace is stylist’s own

claire la faye

rebecca schoneveld

& necklace by margaret elizabeth

elizabeth dye

& sash by hushed commotion, earrings by taylor kenney, bracelet by sara gabriel

& floral headpiece by lalĂŠ floral, necklace by sara gabriel, bracelet by colby june

katie may

“well holy moly me oh my you’re the apple of my eye girl, i’ve never loved one like you home, let me come home home is wherever i’m with you.” - home, edward sharpe and the magnetic zeroes

rebecca schoneveld

& necklace by danielle welmond, earrings by margaret elizabeth

sarah seven

& earrings by arcatus jewelry, bracelet by colby june

& necklace by arcatus jewelry, bracelet is stylist’s own, headpiece made by stylist

katie may

sarah seven

“yours is the first face that i saw i think that i was blind before i met you.� - first day of my life, bright eyes

& feather bolero by houghton, earrings by margaret elizabeth

“i’ll probably be the last to know no one says it till it shows see how it is, they want you or they don’t say yes i’m in love with the world through the eyes of a girl who’s still around the morning after.” - say yes, elliot smith

& necklace by taylor kenney, bracelet by margaret elizabeth

leanne marshall

separates by: rebecca schoneveld

& belt by hushed commotion, earrings by danielle welmond, top is stylist’s own

write your own love story...

& the end. Thank you! If we could shout it from the rooftops, we would. This stylebook was the collaboration of some fiercely awesome and amazing folks who lent their time and talent: Our Love is Loud beautifully captured the spirit we were going for and were able to help us share our story. Plus, as a team these guys could not be any cuter! A crazy in love couple who just so happens to photograph crazy in love couples. Perfection. Hey! Party Collective managed to take random nuggets of inspiration and turn them into something awesome. A truly creative and talented duo who make MacGyver look like a rookie. LalÊ Florals. There are no words - seriously, did you see the photos? We were so over the moon happy with Stephanie’s floral art pieces for the shoot. Emily Smoot stylist extraordinaire crafted pieces when needed and sourced amazing jewelry and accessories to pull the entire look and shoot together. Matthew Morris Salon & Skincare and Base Coat Modern Nail Salon x Gallery are visionary talents who made our already gorgeous models look even more amazing.

a & be stylebook: volume 2