Lets face it we all want to make a statement when we’re putting on our wedding celebration! The wedding day is an extension of your love story. Are you a couple who loves to cuddle up by the fire? Then an outdoor ceremony, and bonfire party at night. Do you like to go out to clubs and party together!? Then an lavish ballroom wedding with a bumping DJ to dance the night away.
But what are some of the details during the planning that can set your celebration apart and have your guests in awe?
Potted plants as isle decor are a great way to show off your love and connection with the outdoors. Candles are beautiful, but a beautiful, live potted plant will add that pop of greenery and colour that will be sure to draw the admiration of your family and friends!
This next year will see more emphasis on the after party! There will always be a place for the lavish ceremonies, but lets face it everyone wants to get to the dancing portion of the evening! Trading your high heels for a comfy pair of flip flops provided by the bride and groom so you can show off those dance moves. This will most likely be how your younger guests will remember the wedding ( even if the memories are a little fuzzy ). So don’t skimp on the planning here, be sure your DJ or band has the right stuff to keep your crew on the floor till the early hours.
As more bride and grooms search out a way to make their wedding day unique, the biggest and most obvious is the venue itself. I have personally witnessed more and more Brides choose more rustic venues, Barns are the big one. And I asked myself, why? Well these venues are a blank canvas. Brides have a blank canvas to work with and this is the ultimate way to personalize your celebration! I think this trend will take a step further into the industrial realm. Large exposed brick walls indoors, exposed ceilings, all with so much potential! Whats great about a more industrial-looking location can give you a cool edgy feeling . while still being able to dress it up any way you like it. Along with this will be the use of metallic accents like copper with white and green tones for any floral arrangements.