Bride’s everywhere are embracing the bridal belt trend. From lots of bling to fabric rosettes, the bridal belt is on it’s way to becoming a bridal fashion staple. Over the past few weeks, I have run in to an idea that could very well become it’s own trend within a trend: fresh floral bridal belts. Take a peek at some inspirational fresh bridal belts and if you are looking for one of your own, talk to your florist about creating a belt to complement your other wedding flowers. Until next time.
Hello all! I’ve got some gorgeous candlelight inspiration for those of you pondering a romantic candlelit ceremony or are looking for an inexpensive way to give your decor some drama. As you’ll see, candles, be they under a flower laden chuppa or in 500 paper bags (see the couple with all of the luminaries around them…the groom and a friend filled them before the ceremony), candles are a glam and even an economic way to give your wedding a big dose of romance.
Monochromatic color palettes are very on trend. From the palest lilac to a bold magenta to dark plum, a monochrome palette utilizes a myriad of shades of one particular color without necessarily blending such as with an ombre. Here is some lovely purple monochromatic inspiration for a beautiful garden fete.
Tulle is such a versatile fabric that lends itself to many wedding styles. Want it sleek and modern? Then, simply fold it or use it singularly as an overlay. Want it fluffy and romantic? Use layers of tulle and gather them together while ruffling the edges. In addition to its versatility, it can also be very economical if you stick to the non-silk variety and it comes in a myriad of colors sure to please any color palette.
Here are some great tulle wedding details to inspire your own fete…from a casual beach do to a sophisticated black tie affair.