Shoppe Luxe New Arrivals! Bridal Tees and Swarovski Champagne Flutes

New Bridal Crop Top Tanks In Store Now!

It's almost summer time, which means it's time to bring out those cute graphic tanks and tees we all love. Don't have one? Well you, my luxe bride, are in luck! We recently released our Wife,.(which reads Wife, Period) crop top tanks and they are available in white and black (shown below) for purchase in the Shoppe


You can also pre-order your "Brains, Beauty, BRIDE" tank (shown below) by emailing, with the subject "Graphic Tee Pre-Order", and your size and color choice. Once we receive your email, we will send an invoice for your purchase. Take advantage of the pre-order option before they sell out!

 Available in Grey, Black and White. Sizes XS-XL. $22.50

Available in Grey, Black and White. Sizes XS-XL. $22.50

Swarovski Crystal Champagne Flutes

This month we are featuring our Gold Champagne flutes with Swarovski crystals.  

Available for purchase at the Shoppe


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Capture The Moment, Cherish The Story: Mansour Vow Renewal 2018

        Capture The Moment, Cherish The Story: Mansour Vow Renewal 2018

When Two Become One, Again!

Mansour 2018 Sneak Peek!

Traditional Indian Wedding Decor

Here's an iPhone photo Sneak Peek of the Mansour 2018 Vow Renewal Ceremony and Reception! We can't wait to share with you all the great fun we had with this very multi-cultural and colorful couple! 

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A. Luxe Royal Wedding Recap

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The wedding we’ve all been waiting for has passed, and the wedding industry (and all the Royal Family Fans) are still buzzing on its splendor. Between events and consultations, I was unable to watch this most anticipated event live; however, once I was able to relax, with snacks and a glass of wine, I enjoyed the full replay HULU so graciously made available to its subscribers. Thank you Hulu! Thank you!

Because I can sit all day and talk for hours about “the things I loved” about the wedding, I made it a point to only cover three in this blog post for the sake of time. I’m also going to reveal who we nominated as “Best Dressed Guest”. So without further ado, here are




Meghan Markles Wedding Bouquet

1. The Duchess of Sussex’ Wedding Bouquet: If you were expecting an extravagant cascading floral bouquet, then you may have been shocked at Meghan Markles choice of a simple all white small bouquet filled with none other than Forget-Me-Nots (Princess Diana’s favorite), scented Sweet Peas, Lily of the Valley, Astilbe, Jasmine and Astrantia and a few Sprigs of Myrtle. It’s been said that some of the blooms were handpicked, by Prince Harry himself, out of the Kensington Place Garden. While the other florals were donated to Hospice, the Duchess placed her bouquet on the grave of an unknown Soldier, following a royal tradition that dates back nearly a century.

Meghan Markles Veil

2. Meghan Markles Veil: The 16-foot veil, designed by Clare Waight Keller, was made of silk tulle and represented a special connection to the Commonwealth. The veil featured a trim of hand embroidered flowers from each of the 53 countries in the Commonwealth and was well thought out by the designer and Markle. Apparently the Duchess wanted her wedding day to tell a story and her veil had a leading role!

3. Wedding Décor: Although I wasn’t thrilled with the choice of simple folding chairs (you can never go wrong with Chiavari), I did love the simplicity of the décor. When marrying at a castle, you really don’t have to do much to spruce up the place, so the elegant white garden roses, peonies and fox gloves were the perfect add on. London-based florist, Philippa Craddock hit the nail on the head with “less is more”.


Typically, as guests at a wedding, you try not to out-shine the Bride and Groom, but Actress Priyanka Chopra and former soccer star David Beckham pushed the envelope a little.

Priyanka Chopra Royal Wedding Outfit

I literally lowered my wine glass from my lips, in awe, as I watched Priyanka strut in her custom lavender Vivienne Westwood Skirt and blazer. However, when I caught a glimpse of her shoes, I swapped the glass for my iphone to google “P r i y a n k a R o y a l W e d d i n g S h o e”. The Jimmy Choo x Off White Victoria heels adorned with asymmetrical straps, dripping in crystal embellishments were to.die.for. Not to mention the clear PVC toe, which is one of 2018 biggest shoe trends. Everything about her choice of wardrobe was amazing. Mimi Cuttrell (her stylist) deserves an award. BTW if you have an extra $1995, you can strut in those Jimmy Choo's too!

David Beckham Royal Wedding Outfit

David Beckham, of course, did not disappoint with his Dior Hommes "morning suit". He was decked out in a Charcoal grey super 130s wool twill morning coat and pants, with a nicely paired light grey 150s wool twill double breasted waistcoat. What a hunk!! Victoria Beckham looked great too, however a smile would have been greater :-)

All in all, I very much enjoyed myself from my couch seat view of the Royal Wedding. May the Prince and Duchess of Sussex live happily ever Windsor!

Wrapping Up DC Wedding Week!

What I enjoyed most was the willingness of everyone to share what they knew on how to brand yourself in what's become a saturated market and of course the networking!

The Difference Between a Wedding Venue Coordinator...and Me

Here's a Little Story....

He recently proposed(!!!)...and now it's time to start planning. The first thing you need to do is find and secure the BEST venue, so that you can announce a date. You and your family go on a site tour and are offered the ultimate wedding package that includes any and everything you need for your big day at a great cost, EVEN A 'WEDDING PLANNER'. You think, "GREAT! Now I don't have to hire one" and you pat yourself on the back for finding such a great deal. You sign your name on the dotted line annnnd Done!

Fast forward to the day of your wedding....

There's so much to be done and your hired vendors are everywhere and no where to be found. The wedding venue coordinator, you've been working with for months, decided to schedule her vacation on the same weekend as your wedding but assured you, via email, that the catering staff is aware of everything that needs to be done. You're in a panic! Who's going to make sure the ceremony begins on time? Who's going to pin the boutonnières and give the bridesmaids their bouquet? Who is in charge around here?

Debunking The Myth

Although the above story is fictional, it isn't far from what some brides have actually experienced the day of their wedding. Here's why? They unknowingly mistook a venue inclusive wedding coordinator for their own exclusive one. Now let me be clear. This is post not intended to bash our venue coordinators. We love them and work really well as a team to make sure your day runs smooth. But, although on the same team, we serve two different purposes. Allow me to name a few.

The biggest difference between the two are the responsibilities. Venue coordinators are hired by the venue to serve and represent the venue. Wedding planners are hired by you, and we serve and represent you. A venue coordinators responsibilities can include:

  • Setting up tables, chairs and linens (maybe)
  • Making sure the food is prepared and served on time.
  • Pretty much anything to pertaining to the venue itself.

A venue coordinator will not:

  • liaise between third party vendors and the bride
  • review vendor contracts
  • attend any outside vendor meetings
  • construct a timeline or oversee all of the events of the day
  • stay past dinner being served

The above mentioned responsibilities are that of your hired wedding planner. In addition to those tasks, your wedding planner will see to it that all of the intricate details of the day, from the time you awake until the time you and your groom ride off into the moonlight, are carefully planned  and schedule on a timeline that you will approve days ahead of time. We make sure that all vendors are paid by the end of the night. We run the rehearsal, cue the music, bustle your gown, and put out a number of small fires right under your nose, without you even knowing. We are at your service and will see to it that you don't have to concern yourself with anything other than being beautiful.

See The Difference

As you can see there is quite a difference between the jobs of an inclusive venue coordinator and your exclusive wedding planner. As mentioned, both will work hard for you but in several different respects. When a venue announces that they have an in-house planner (and they often do, it's a great sales pitch) ask questions about what they will and will not do on the day of and months leading up to your day. Ask if they have a list of preferred wedding planners that they can refer you to and get clear about what can be expected of each.

For more information on Audrey Luxe' wedding packages and services, book an appointment today and receive your 1 hour complimentary consultation. We look forward to bringing luxury to life on your day.  




Quick Tip: Great Ways to Ask for Cash Gifts

Requesting for cash gifts versus the normal gift registry can be a little daunting, but it can be done with class! First, you want to make sure you set up an account with an online cash registry service. Some of our favorites are Tendr [they add a nice touch by allowing your guests to select a pretty card with a nice message along with the amount they would like to give] and My Registry, which actually allows you to virtually combine all of your traditional store registries in one place, adding the choice to gift cash. This is great because it still leaves the option available for those guests who want to purchase something a little more personal. Once you create your account, add the url to your wedding website and VOILA! You have successfully made your request known without appearing tacky!

A 'Quick Tip Don't': Do not request a minimum amount. Allow your guest to give what they feel compelled to. You don't want to come off pushy... or like a beggar.