May 17, 2009
This girl has got some wicked style! Gotta love the Hollywood glamour/Japanese fusion of her whole outfit, from the shoes to the veil to the dramatic black sash…
If you too are planning a black, white & red themed wedding, you have absolutely got to check out the rest of the wedding details. Gorgeous and inspirational!
Victor Sizemore via Casando Ideias
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