Each week at Martha Stewart Weddings, an editor will spotlight her current obsessions in the wedding world.
Photography: Courtesy of Lee Savage1 of 5
Lee Savage Clutch
Working at Martha Stewart Weddings means stumbling upon incredible bridal finds every single day. So, each week, one of our editors will spotlight a few of their current obsessions—from a cool stationer to a fresh new baker to an under-the-radar wedding-dress designer to must-have accessories for your rehearsal dinner—to hopefully help inspire your own wedding day. This week, Senior Associate Fashion Editor Carrie Goldberg reveals what she's loving now.
Spending time at bridal market and Spring 2016 collection previews over the past few weeks has my mind on the warm weather months! One of my favorite new finds? This rose-colored minaudière by Lee Savage, who is best known for her contemporary-art-inspired clutches. This accessory would suit any minimalist bride tying the knot this spring or summer, but it's also the perfect complement to a dreamy garden wedding.
Lee Savage "Broken Space" clutch in Orchid, $1,695, leesavage.us.com.
Photography: Courtesy of Delphine Manivet2 of 5
Delphine Manivet's New Lookbook—and NYC Store!
I have been a longtime fan of this chic Parisienne, but Delphine Manivet's new bridal collection, photographed by Christophe Roué, gave me one more reason to be inspired by her. After opening her New York boutique last year, I recently paid a visit to the brand's new location in TriBeCa, which is just as dreamy as her new photos. The boutique carries all of the line's bridal options, plus some of her incredible eveningwear.
Dress Pictured: Delphine Manivet "Arpade" bridal gown, Price Upon Request, Delphine Manivet New York, 49 Warren Street, 847-800-6312.
Photography: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter3 of 5
Olivia Von Halle Lace Blindfold
One of my go-tos for luxurious sleepwear and intimates for honeymoons is Olivia Von Halle. She takes notes from the lounging pajamas Coco Chanel wore in the '20s and mixes a contemporary approach to nightwear (or post-party wear!) for styles that are as cool as they are comfortable. This cheeky lace blindfold caught my eye as a fun bridal shower wishlist item, and felt just right this week leading up to Halloween!
Olivia Von Halle "Lace and Satin Blindfold", $185, net-a-porter.com.
Photography: Courtesy of Keren Wolf4 of 5
Keren Wolf Jewelry
Someone else who caught my eye at Bridal Fashion Week? Up-and-coming Israeli jewelry designer Keren Wolf, who is best known for designing runway accessories for Inbal Dror and Galia Lahav. Any bride—from the traditional to the romantic—would love her cool-girl headpieces and jewelry. Her creations are perfect for your wedding day—and every other day.
Keren Wolf "Crystal Feather Open Collar" choker, $225, kerenwolf.com.
5 of 5
Benefit "Watts Up!" Illuminator
I am always on that hunt for a multipurpose product that lasts all day and is perfect for last minute touch-ups before an event, a meeting, or Instagram-ops with friends. Benefit's "Watts Up!" stick, which highlights cheekbones and gives you that effortless glow (you know, the one we all wish we had naturally without that oily slick!), can also double as an eyeshadow. Make sure to add it to your wedding-day makeup bag.
Swipe here for next slide