Tuesday, February 21, 2012
First, take a glance at all these goodies and inspiration we found around the web :)
Credits: (from top left, clockwise) Krista Mason Photography via The Wedding Chicks; Martha Stewart Weddings; Nick Adams Photography via Forevermore Events; Rothwell Photography via OneWed; Veil via Wedding By Color; The Styling Company; Quail pair from Red Light Studio; Dress by Monique Luhillier, Michael Norwood Photography via Belle the Magazine via Weddings Unveiled
1. Hollywood Glam
What is it? We love this return to the classics, and nothing will get you started better than a peek at this inspirational shoot from The Wedding Chicks. No, seriously, check it out: Hollywood Glamour Wedding
How to get it? Feathers, deep shades of red, unique headpieces, fancy lamps, dramatic makeup, luxurious linens, soft lounge pillows, vintage getaway cars, metallic accents (candlesticks, little statutes, brooches).
Photo by Frenzel Photography
What is it? The word "ombre" is French for "shaded." We love this trend because it can be used for any color scheme and is visually stunning. Don't believe us? Check out this great blog by Inspired by This here.
How to get it? It's all about fading from light to dark....so anything can become Ombre! Some great details to feature are: napkins, floral centerpieces, invitations, cake, cupcakes, tablecloths, your bridesmaid dresses, and maybe even a candy buffet!
Photo by Becky Hill, Flowers by La Partie Events, Designed by Canvas and Canopy
3. Art Deco
What is it? Classic, geometric, modern, and yet glamor galore! Why not transport your guests back into the 1920s and 30s by going with an art deco inspired wedding? Here's a great featured on Ruffled Blog that will have you dying to get started...Art Deco Texas Wedding
How to get it? Geometric prints, modern vases, block print stationery, monochromatic flower arrangements contrasted by bold linens. Think about staying sharp and clean, yet throwing in some soft romantic touches.
Photo: Martha Stewart Weddings
Are there any new trends that are YOUR favorite? We'd love to blog about them...just let us know!