And the stylish bride did not dial down the glamour for her bridal party, either all five of her bridesmaids surrounded her in Monique Lhuillier gowns they rented for $99 each at vowtobechic.com . Nicole had come to us relatively last minute, Kelsey Doorey, founder and CEO of Vow to Be Chic, tells PEOPLE exclusively. She was looking for dresses and wasnt able to find exactly what she wanted. She was put in touch with us, and her maid of honor [Ellice Boone, who also photographed the wedding] came to our showroom in L.A. and looked at and tried on a bunch of dresses. From there, the decisions were made. Boone Studios Ellice helped choose four different Monique Lhuillier designs all in a matching champagne hue, including the Amelia style (V-neck with a lace back), the Rebecca style (V-neck with a flowy skirt), the Madeline style (strapless Grecian look) and the Jordan style (a halter look). The gowns usually retail for $298 to $328, but the bridesmaids dress rental service offers them for $99 each. Ellice came in with a vision and discussed it with Nicole in advance and they knew they wanted pale colors, says Doorey.Ellice was also thinking about each bridesmaids body type. There were a lot of different body types.One is an Olympian, one is really petite.Each bridesmaid picked the style that spoke to their personality and body type the best. Boone Studios And the rentals didnt stop there: Nicole Phelpss mother also chose an aubergine dress from the service the Aidan gownby Jenny Yoo . The mother of the bride caught word and came in she was really focused on something beach appropriate that was light and flowy, says Doorey. She wanted something that would look good on the beach. This proves you can actually have the celebrity look without breaking the bank, Doorey adds. They rented the dresses. They werent custom made.
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...as found by BBC Monitoring 23 December 2016 Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Cyclone Pam in 2015 forced some on Vanuatu to reconsider the effects of climate change A new web tool is allowing Pacific Islanders on Vanuatu to see how rising sea levels could affect their homes and businesses over the coming years. Coastal Risk uses mapping technology to show how predicted levels of flooding as a result of climate change could inundate the islands, Radio New Zealand reports . The website is the work of an Australian research organisation in cooperation with geographic information company NGIS, and allows local people as well as the authorities to make informed decisions about their future and that of subsequent generations. Website users are able to see how their locality might look depending on different scenarios, the most severe of which anticipates a sea level rise of 74cm (29 inches) by the year 2100. The Pasifik news portal says Vanuatu residents are "already on the front line of climate change", and the website will allow the authorities to decide where to direct resources. Speaking to Pasifik, Jesse Benjamin, Vanuatu's Director-General of Climate Change, said the website "will build awareness regarding the challenges that Vanuatu faces with climate change, and will ultimately lead to more effective decision making". The website is already paying off, according to Nathan Eaton of NGIS. He told Radio New Zealand that one village chief was already planning to act after having access to the maps in the wake of 2015's Hurricane Pam. "He could actually move his village up the hill so it wasn't in the low lying area which is currently looking to be inundated significantly by the year 2100," Mr Eaton said. Low-lying islands in the Pacific are already facing the effects of global warming , with changing weather patterns bringing increased risk from flooding and cyclones. Rising sea levels may also mean increased numbers of climate refugees as islanders seek out safer, higher ground.
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