Think faded invites, adorable retro engagement shoots and rustic charm when it comes to décor. Incorporate by being selective about all fonts used to promote your big day, including save the date cards, invites, seating charts, etc. Mason jars instantly add old-fashioned polish and can be used as candle holders or to hold centerpiece flowers.
Long (And Lacy) Wedding Gown Sleeves
Thank Kate Middleton for bringing conservative back when it comes to wedding gowns. Not only did Monique Lhuillier showcase a similar number in her new line, but gone are the days that you need to show off too much skin if you are not comfortable or prefer to be more covered up. (We were sick of sleeveless anyways.)
YouTube-documented flash mob wedding proposals, Facebook wedding event pages, iPad bridal planning apps, iPhone-read vows and vimeo-documenting videography. We think it is safe to say technology has taken over even the wedding industry.
Dylan Lauren-Like Candy Tables
Over-the-top midnight dessert tables were, and will continue to be, all the rage, and we are not sorry about this at all. Forget eight layers of cake that no one bothered to eat in the first place, enter colourful nibblies, such as gumballs, licorice, m&ms, you name it. The best part , there are usually take out containers so you can enjoy these sweet treats the morning after as well.
More Than One Wedding Gown
Kate Moss, Shannen Doherty, Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian all wore more than one wedding dress for their nuptials, and with shorter hemlines and more comservative gowns on the horizon, it is no wonder brides want to exercise their fashion sense. A walk down the aisle calls for a conservative sheath, the first dance beckons a true princess ball gown, and the rest of the evening begs for a mini.
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