A Touch of Camo Blog
What are the advantages of mossy oak camouflage patterns?
Camo fabric has been, in the long run, a sought-after garment for both casual, formal, and military wear and use. Mossy oak camo is a type of camouflage pattern which is more suited for the beautiful enhancement of the item it is put on. Not only that, the wooden patterns make it an ideal pick
How to Plan a Camo Wedding
If you are looking for wedding themes, try camo weddings. It is very popular and so different than the conventional ones. If you love country style and want to bring it to your wedding, you can do with a camo wedding. What is camo wedding? It is a wedding themes based on camouflage where you
Camouflage Wedding Theme: Making Your Big Day Unique
For those wedding couples who are passionate about country style alongside something special & unique, then a camouflage theme could be a good choice. Moreover, it would be super stylish & beautiful to add orange, pink, yellow, & purple colors to camo. If you’re among those brides who are valiant enough to have this type
How to Choose a Camo Wedding Dress For your Special Day
Not everyone wants to look like Kate Middleton on their wedding day – traditional style with lace. The dress is iconic and will be remembered as one of the best royal wedding dresses in the history. But most of the women now want something that is new, modern and reflects their personality. Camo wedding dresses
How can I get my dream wedding gown?
The AFFORDABLE One I Haven’t Found at the Boutiques. When does a girl first think about their ‘wedding gown’? I don’t know about you, but I was around 7 years old! I got a bridal doll. I got a paper doll cutouts. Most of you won’t have any idea what they were, but almost every
A Touch of Camo—Our History and What’s Coming NEW!
A Touch of Camo, LLC has been in existence, online, since 2006. Under previous names, we were in the wedding business selling custom wedding gowns and providing wedding photography in the Tucson, Arizona area for 18 years, the elder owners. Our daughter, Michelle, who is now a co-owner, worked in bridal retail all the way