Archive for November, 2016


Nov 21, 2016

#PronoviasParis Grand Opening

Last Thursday, November 17th, we had the unique pleasure of opening our newest flagship store in Paris, located on Place des Victoires 9. The special event was hosted in collaboration with Paris Tout P’tits, a non-profit organization founded in 1992 with the mission of helping to meet the needs of babies born into impoverished families in Paris.

Guests enjoying themselves in our newest flagship in Paris

Guests enjoying themselves in our newest flagship in Paris

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Nov 15, 2016

Veronica Ferraro Hosts Milan Presentation

On Thursday, November 10th we had the opportunity to present the newest designs of the Atelier Pronovias 2017 Collection to Italian press and bloggers in our Milan flagship store, led by our 2017 Italian ItBride, fashion influencer Veronica Ferraro, author of The Fashion Fruit.

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Nov 11, 2016

Original Details to Surprise Your Guests on Your Wedding Day

by Wendy and  Marina, authors of Bodas de Cuento Unforgettable weddings are those full of details and where we can feel the bride and grooms’ love in caring for their guests. Something that is never missing at weddings are the favours for the guests. Wedding favours should be unique and personal keepsakes that follow the style of the wedding while expressing your personality.

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Juan and Álex, wearing Vanila dress from Atelier Pronovias 2017 Collection on their wedding day. Photo: Cristina Cañibano

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Nov 07, 2016

2017 Collections Presentation in Berlin

On Thursday, November 3rd, Pronovias hosted a special event to present the newest collections of Atelier Pronovias and Pronovias 2017 in our Berlin flagship store joined by German press and bloggers.

Eye candy at #PronoviasBerlin

Eye candy at #PronoviasBerlin

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Nov 03, 2016

Bridal Veils: Advice on Types of Veils, and How and When to Wear One

By Keyla Díaz, author of Tendencias de bodas

Veils: yes or no? You don’t need to pluck all the petals off of a daisy to make up your mind; if you have any doubts, my advice is steadfast: Veil yes! Why not? I got married without a veil because I thought veils were reserved for religious ceremonies, and I was tying the knot with a civil wedding in a garden. I didn’t think it was appropriate at the time, and now I regret not having tried on a single one to see for myself if it was really my thing or not. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from years as a wedding blogger, it’s that you only have one occasion to wear a veil, and that’s on your wedding day. Think about that!

A favorite photo from our Pronovias 2017 Collection campaign, featuring Ana dress and a cathedral veil.

A favorite photo from our Pronovias 2017 Collection campaign, featuring Ana dress and a cathedral veil.

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