Support Breast Cancer and Leave a Legacy

You may be wondering how can I support Breast Cancer and leave a legacy?  27 Miracles got involved with supporting breast cancer organizations back in 2008 as it was something that they believed in supporting.  It became a reality when Adriana, friend or Wedding Planner Rosie Moore, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009.  The battle was not an easy one for Adriana as she continued to work and maintain an “as normal life” for her baby boy.  She always had a smile on her face and looking to see  how she could help others.  One of the things that Adriana always said, was that she wanted to leave a legacy for all to remember her, especially her baby boy.  In February 2010, Adriana lost the battle with breast cancer but she left her legacy behind.  To all women, get help. mammogram screenings and make memories with your family and capture them.

On the same note, another friend of Rosie’s, Barbie, was also going through the same battle, breast cancer .  Barbie tells her story of how she almost cancelled her mammogram because she was too busy preparing for her trip to Alaska and just busyness with the kids.  She went to her mammogram only to find that she had a very advanced breast cancer diagnosis.  Life changed drastically as it does for all who is diagnosed.Cancer does not ask permission to come if it is the right time or not, it just shows up.  After intense chemo and radiation, Barbie beat the cancer, today she is a 5 year survivor!!

Today organizations like Susan G Komen, help women obtain mammograms and to be educated on breast cancer.

“Susan G. Komen fought breast cancer with her heart, body and soul. Throughout her diagnosis, treatments, and endless days in the hospital, she spent her time thinking of ways to make life better for other women battling breast cancer instead of worrying about her own situation. Moved by Susan’s compassion for others and commitment to making a difference, Nancy G. Brinker promised her sister that she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer.

Though Susan lost her battle with the disease, her legacy lives on through the work of Susan G. Komen, the organization Nancy started in her honor.”

Today 27 Miracles asks you to do a few things:

-Check your breast doing self exams every month

-get your mammograms

-If you got married and you still have your gown sitting in your closet and you are not preserving it or selling it, consider donating it so that it can be sold to another bride and 100% of the donations goes directly to Komen to fight breast cancer

-If you are a bride and have not purchased your gown, consider purchasing a gown through 27 Miracles and your purchase will be helping to make a difference.

Here are some samples of gowns, they are all clean and ready for purchase.


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Wedding Dress Trend

Wedding dresses range from mermaid and trumpet styles, ball gowns, A line styles, and much more.  Do any of these sound familiar? Now, have you heard of a crop top wedding dress? Yes, they do exist and are actually a new trend seen this year.

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Crop top dresses are non traditional dresses, consisting of a midriff-baring top paired with a skirt. This style is a great fit for daring brides that want to make a bold statement at their wedding.



Check out this blog by The Knot, “Would You Wear A Crop Top For Your Wedding Day?” for more crop top wedding dress ideas. Designer, Hailey Paige, designs crop top wedding dresses. Watch as she shares a wedding dress tip for brides.


This wedding style may or may not suit you. Regardless, if you are in need of a wedding dress, look no further. Contact 27 Miracles today at 407-905-5454 or to schedule a consultation. We can gladly assist you with your bridal gown shopping. See one of 27 Miracles Brides dress shopping…..


How to Customize Your Veil

How To Customize Your Wedding Veil

You might be considering wearing a veil for your wedding day, even though it’s a tad traditional. In fact, that may be one of the reasons that you are keeping it in mind. However traditional it is, though, it is completely possible to get a customized version of the veil that you want, so that you can mix the old and the new and come out with something that is uniquely you. By modifying the amount of tiers, personalizing the color and the accents, as well as changing the shape of the veil, you can create a veil that is perfect for you.

Tier Perfection

When choosing between a one, two and three-tier veil, it is important to consider the dress that you are wearing. While a one-tier veil is more suited to classic looks, a more romantic wedding gown will look better with a multi-tier veil. Another important thing to consider is the overall look that you are hoping to achieve, and how would you like to do your hair. If your wedding hairstyle is simple, a more complex veil will add that extra glam to your look. A blusher (the piece of veil you put in front of your face) can also add an extra layer that makes you look beautiful and original.

Choosing a Color

Of course, your veil must match your wedding gown in color, as well. While you might be able to find your perfect color with so many varying shades of white, ivory and champagne, you can also get a completely different color that compliments your wedding décor or a sash on your dress. Make sure that you order swatches so that you can compare with your dress during your search for the ultimate match.


There are so many different types of extras that you can put on your veil if you so wish to, such as accessorizing your veil with Swarovski crystals or pearls. You can also make differing patterns on your veil if you want, or you can get a veil that is simply adorned at its edges. Veils give you a lot of freedom to be original, so make sure you find something that is unique but also stays true to your sense of style.


What kind of edge do you want to give your veil? That will change the whole cut of your look. You can have a symmetric cut without edging which give it a very simple look, or add thick ribbon for a completely different look. Other options, like a pencil edge or a raw-edge veil, will make sure you look perfect throughout the day.

No matter what look you want to create, a veil can be a unique and complimentary way to accessorize your wedding gown. By playing around with the different elements of your veil you can match it perfectly to your theme while remaining unique to you.

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