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Something New with Ted for Every Wedding Occasion

Ted will always remember the first wedding he attended, he was a ring bearer and carried out the task with efficiency and style – his bow tie never slipped out of place. He still has the same adoration for weddings. In fact, he feels that way about all nuptial celebrations, from engagement parties to wedding brunches.

It’s no surprise then he created his wedding collection, Tie the Knot. And with the same meticulousness and elegance, Ted wants to help make your festivities a stylish affair, from the initial celebrations to the big day itself.

The Engagement Party

You’ve gone and done it; the ring is on the finger and now you want to celebrate with your nearest and dearest. Ted suggests going bold, all eyes will be on you after all. Something with an eye-catching detail is a must, like this dress with feathered flourishes and sparkling embellishments – set the tone for the big day.

The Bachelorette Party

It’s customary for the bride-to-be to wear white at her bachelorette party, so make sure you pick a dress that stands out for all the right reasons. Ted recommends something fun, after all, today’s a day to celebrate yourself and the special people in your life. There will be plenty of dancing (hopefully), so this floral number is perfect. Who doesn’t want a dress that spins with them?

The Ceremony

Of all the dresses you wear during the wedding celebrations, this is arguably the most important. As you walk down the aisle, all attention will be on you. So, Ted suggests opting for something that is unforgettable from every angle. This elegant gown features beautiful back detailing, giving everyone something extra special to look at.

The Reception

You’ve done it, everything’s signed, sealed and delivered. Now that you’re married, it’s time to slip into something much more comfortable, something that is made for dancing all night long. Ted’s a big fan of the jumpsuit, and in this wedding-ready one shouldered beauty you’ll dazzle, from cutting the cake to cutting shapes.

The Wedding Brunch

Is there any better way to celebrate your first day as newlyweds than with a brunch with your loved ones? Of course not. Ted suggests keeping the wedding celebrations going as long as you can and opting for a sophisticated short white dress. Plus, something understated can be re-worn on your honeymoon.

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