Andrea Wasserman

We’re crushing on Who wouldn’t? It is never-ending wedding inspiration from real brides from all over the Internet in one easily searchable place!

So we decided, why not take our relationship to the next level? Our National Bridal Director, Andrea Wasserman, put together 15 bundles of her favorite things to inspire and adore, and the folks over at are returning our affections by sharing their summer-perfect wedding color schemes—including their picks for re-creating the look from our Wedding Suites. It’s a match made in heaven.

Over at, we’re constantly swooning over the latest wedding color schemes and combos. There’s nothing we love more than updating our home page multiple times a day with the new, gorgeous style inspirations by theme and color! This summer, three palettes have emerged as’s favorites, and we’re thrilled to bring them here to you!

First up is the romantic girl’s dream: Blush and Peach

A daytime tented affair with rose champagne and your groom in grey—all the makings for one sweet, peachy-pink wedding on the lawn.

Want the look? Re-create this romantic fête with our favorites from the Nordstrom Wedding Suite.

Pictured: Sergio Rossi Caged Sandal | Sondra Roberts Clutch | Carmen Marc Valvo Organza Gown | Amsale Ruffled Chiffon Gown | Nina Ribbon & Cluster Necklace | Dior ‘Miss Dior’ Eau de Parfum Spray

Stay tuned this week for two more of the hottest wedding color combos this season!
The Team

Inspiration images via
1. Lisa Lefkowitz on Snippet & Ink | 2. Elizabeth Messina on kiss the groom | 3. Michael + Anna Costa on Inspired | 4. April Smith Photography on Inspired by This | 5. Austin Gros on Wedding Chicks |      6. Elizabeth Messina on Inspired by This | 7. Johnny Miller via Engaged & Inspired | 8. Pat Moyer on Inspired by This | 9. Ryan Ray on Wedding Chicks | 10. Steve Steinhardt on Inspired by This

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Andrea Wasserman, our National Bridal Director, shares her favorite trends (and behind-the-scenes snaps of buying appointments) coming this fall for bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses.

Tulle. We noted a trend of featherweight skirts during our October trip to market and were thrilled to see it persist in a bigger way over this trip weekend. We saw tulle on bodices, skirts, exaggerated veils and often layered with lace or sequins. Heidi Elnora’s use of English netting as a tulle alternative was incredible for its airy nature, and Vera Wang’s use of layers and layers of draped tulle wowed us in shades of red. [Pictured: Vera Wang, at select Wedding Suites now]

Lace. From alençon to Chantilly and full to borders to appliqué, lace was the #1 trend in gowns, veils, jackets and reception dresses. Lace was an important part of every designer’s assortment, and we loved what Reem Acra and Amsale did with it. [Pictured: Theia, coming this fall]

Bows. We saw a feminine bow detail trending upward and will look for more of it next season. We’ve always loved the way Amsale adds excitement to the back of her gowns in this way and also took note of some sweet tiny bows at Reem Acra and Rosa Clara. [Pictured: NOUVELLE Amsale sketch, coming to all Wedding Suites in September]

Illusion. More than ever before, we noticed sheer necklines, sleeves and low cut backs that featured lace or appliqué. Lela Rose added to the drama with her exquisite hand beading in organic shapes that were inspired by the landscape of NYC parks. [Pictured: Sue Wong Illusion Bodice Lace Sheath Dress, available online this fall]

Peplum. We know this isn’t for every bride, but in a nod to the couture and ready-to-wear shapes of the season, we saw designers interpreting peplum in ways that were wearable and timeless. Length, shape, structure and fabrication varied, but everyone registered the importance of this ladylike look. [Pictured: Jill Stuart bridesmaid dress, coming this fall]