Cheron's Bridal & All Dressed Up Prom
by Grace McAdory August 23, 2017
Cool, crisp air is almost upon us, and soon with a blink of an eye 2017 will be coming to a screeching halt. With 2018 on the rise, we are pleasantly surprised that most up-and-coming wedding trends are seamlessly timeless. Here’s a few hand picked favorites that you can expect this upcoming year.
Long sleeved bridal gowns are a classic trend for any type of bride. They are appropriate for almost any setting/season, and provide brides with free will to accentuate other areas more (such as a plunging neckline or deep back). Choosing a gown with eye-catching sleeves will have your family and guests in complete awe while you are walking down the aisle.
Check out Martha Stewart’s Long-Sleeve Wedding Dresses We Love for more info.
The pictured bridal gown is called Maira from Morilee, style #8110.
Looking for a budget savvy option for catering? Food trucks have rapidly became a top choice for couples looking to give their wedding a contemporary flare. The best part? It’s inexpensive, convenient, and provides guests with a unique one-of-a-kind experience. So don’t doom your guests with baked lemon chicken and honey glazed baby carrots; grace them with a cool, casual, and totally tasty option instead.
Check out Roaming Hunger - where you can find & book top notch food trucks anywhere in the US!
Weddings are renowned for being authentic and unique. You want the day you say “I do” to have a lasting effect on not only you & your partner, but your guests as well. Whether it's the ceremony or reception, both deserve worthy personalized touches. You want your special day to be well remembered after the cake cutting in the first dance.
Click here to learn more about unique ways to add personal touches to your big day.
What could be a better way to add a little extra flare to your big day than with a metallic touch? Contrasting your color palettes with a metallic accent provides opportunities for texture, accents, and enhancement. So go ahead, add an extra little touch of rose gold or copper. As we all know, it is all about the details.
Photo by Katelyn James
Naturals and neutrals are in ladies. Using simplistic & subtle greenery as a high priority decor instead of flowers can make a huge difference. Succulents such as eucalyptus, lily grass, & rosemary give off that minimalist vibe and can also cut your flower costs in half!
Check out Intimate Wedding's blog for some easy tricks on how to use greenery in your wedding decor
Photo by Jamie Rae
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