Wedding trends are fickle things, changing from one year to the next like the clothes in your closet. 2015 saw a lot of truly beautiful and innovative ideas, many of which will be used for years to come. However, there were also a few that don’t seem to have as long of a lifespan. Here are the trends wedding experts are predicting will be out the door in 2016.
Being a bridesmaid is a lot of fun, but it can also be quite the undertaking. That’s why it’s so important for brides to not only ask (instead of just expect) their friends to be in their wedding party, but also to show them that their participation is truly appreciated. Try one of these unique and fun ways to ask your pals if they’ll do you the honor of being your bridesmaid!
The beautiful and elegant wedding invitation enclosed in a matching envelope may be a tradition, but it’s also one that has lost favor with more than a few brides. In this digital age, we’ve gone paperless with everything from utility bills to appointment scheduling, so why not apply the same cost-saving and paper waste-reducing principles to wedding invitations? Here are 5 reasons why you should consider a digital invitation for your wedding:
Wedding cakes have been around practically since the dawn of time, but let’s face it, not everyone wants cake. And (gasp!) not everyone even likes cake. If you fall into either of these two categories, you may be wondering what sort of dessert alternatives are out there for you and your guests to enjoy. Here are 3 we know you’ll love:
Wedding photos are one of the most important keepsakes that you’ll have from your big day. Obviously, you want them to be fantastic. If you want to take them from fantastic to perfect, however, try adding one of these 5 props that will elevate your wedding pics to the next level.
Deciding on gifts for the bridal party can be tricky. Generally, the personalities that make up the group are not a perfect match for each other, and that means that you are stuck trying to find something that will appeal to a widely spread set of interests. This can be particularly challenging when it comes to the guys in the wedding. However, our best piece of advice is that you choose something that will continue to be useful long after the wedding reception has come to an end. The first step in choosing the ideal ‘thank you’ gift is to figure out what the group of men have in common.
Many brides-to-be are practicing frugal spending habits as they prepare for their big days. They are also finding that saving money doesn’t necessarily mean giving up the beautiful day that they had always imagined. One of the greatest ways to save money is to opt for less expensive flower selections. At the top of that list is baby’s breath. While it was once treated only as a bouquet filler, it is now appreciated for its stand-alone beauty. There are many advantages, but also a couple of disadvantages to using this flower in your wedding.
One of the things that many brides complain about after a wedding is having nothing to do with the used centerpieces. While it might be possible to sell- or to loan them to another bride-to-be, that isn’t always practical or easily done, as every bride has different tastes. However, if you are wise about your centerpieces, you may just find that you want to take them home at the end of the event, because they can be repurposed around your home.
Your wedding day might be quickly approaching, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t have time to implement one more great idea. Check out these fun and funky concepts that we think you will love! A guest box instead of a