Weddings

Oh, Hello, Gorgeous: View The Marchesa Spring 2012 Collection Now

April 10, 2011 by Justine Schwartz
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This week, the winter/spring 2012 bridal collections are being shown, and if you haven’t chosen your gown yet, this is the perfect opportunity to get inspired and start plotting out your future purchase. For your daily dose of eye candy – here is the Marchesa Spring 2012 collection (photos courtesy of firstView and Martha Stewart Weddings).

Feeling inspired to shop? We founds the most gorgeous strapless wedding dresses, white wedding shoes and inexpensive wedding dresses.

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