Small Business is American Why You Should Support Your Local Bridal Boutique When I was 6 years old, I started my first business (sort of). It was the 1970’s and neighborhood Christmas parties were almost expected at every household. I had the idea to cut mistletoe...read more
One of my favorite times working with a Bride was several years ago, during filming of a pilot episode for a reality show called “The Veil Trail.” The show was not a success (it was way too nice with no “train wreck”) but the bride and her story were a huge success....read more
As body image perceptions change in society, should terminology change too? Years ago, I was looking to hire a showroom model, so I contacted a well-known model agency in New York City. I explained I needed someone who was my standard size 6 (bust 36”, waist 28”, hip...read more
I remember reading an interview where a very famous designer spoke about childhood trips to Paris with her mother to view the season’s fashion shows…read more
Gen Z has some bridal game and Robert Bullock knows it.
Hardly a newsflash, but just in case you needed a reminder, take a look at these images, courtesy of…read more
Looking into your partner’s eyes and saying, “I do,” will be one of the most memorable moments in both of your lives. It’s a powerful demonstration of love and commitment with all your closest friends and family …read more
I honestly did not plan to watch the royal wedding. Nope. I knew I’d see so much replayed on the media all weekend I figured that if my body needed to sleep off Friday night cocktails and get up mid-morning, then so be it. My dog, however, had different ideas. She had me up by 6:30 a.m. just in case there was an early-bird squirrel to chase from our tiny Brooklyn backyard. (For the record, I allow squirrels and don’t see why we all can’t just get along.)
With my Oprah show coffee mug in hand, I turned on the TV just in time to see the Royal family arrive at Windsor castle and instantly got…read more
Webster’s definitions of family are many but these are my two favorites.
1. a group of people united by certain convictions or a common affiliation : fellowship
2. a unit of a crime syndicate (such as the Mafia) operating within a geographical area
I actually did have a Bride once who married into a crime family although…
Mom, before you put me in a time-out, I am not necessarily speaking about you.
There are Fun Moms, Kooky Moms, Sincere Moms, Sappy Moms…the list is endless. In truth, I’m actually talking about a transitional period in a mother and daughter’s life. Working in the bridal industry for almost a quarter century I’m pretty certain qualifies me as a family therapist. I’ve seen every dynamic possible in a mother/ daughter relationship. I do not have enough time to share them all (someday I’ll write a book), but for now I’ll share my best and worst experiences…read more