This year’s trends follow the bohemian bride and vintage bride trends quite heavily. Feature bright quirky pops of colour, soft baby’s breath, pearls and sparkle these flower and bouquet concepts will stand out in your wedding photos and make a real style statement.
Unless you have been living under a rock, we’re sure you have at least heard the term ‘Pop-Up Wedding’. But just in case here’s a quick description.
The combination of grey and white is both classic and ethereal. Small pops of other colours, such as pink flowers are made to look brighter with the monotone grey background.
White wasn’t always the way when it came to wedding dresses. Back in the 50’s women wore jewel coloured dressed – think sapphire blue, emerald green, and amethyst purple. The length was often knee or mid length as well.
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Other than the bride, it’s the cake that is the centre of attention at a wedding. They tie together your theme, make for great pictures, and keep the kids busy until the sugar high hits.
This tradition stems from the dowry that was paid by the bride’s family to secure her a prominent suitor of status. The dowry was essentially the bride’s inheritance, given to her upon marriage to ensure stability should she be widowed, or to assist in the development of the household and to support her children.
Every year wedding trends change. It is no surprise that in recent years, due to tough economic times, many of these trends are about saving money. Brides and grooms are no longer able to spend as much or at least willing to break the bank for a large and in charge wedding day. Also, it seems that couples are going for less formal weddings and opting for casual affairs.