DIY Brides everywhere are going for bouquets they can make themselves, that won't cost much, and will last forever. Because of this, bouquets that look like flowers but are actually made of a lasting material have been at the top of the trend list. Using colored paper, book pages, leaves, or brooches, you can create a unique bouquet that resembles flowers while reflecting your artistic creativity and personality.
Blush wedding gowns have been popular for some time, but this spring everything is blushing. From gowns to bridesmaid dresses to flowers to decor, the whole wedding industry is going soft and serene.
Pantone Radiant Orchid
Project Runway's "Color of the Year" challenge has brought Radiant Orchid to a new level of popularity, and for the bold bride it has been a smash for spring. A vast array of bridesmaids dresses in this purple tone have been hitting the shelves, and brides with whimsy have been sure to accessorize with orchid shoes, belts, and jewelry. For decor, the amount of orchid touches is up to you - whether you hit it up with subtle splashes or "go big or go home," you can't go wrong! Obviously, orchid bouquets and floral arrangements are a must.
Having a garden wedding, floral bridesmaids dresses, and floral decor is all common for spring weddings, but lately wedding gowns have taken a turn to the floral side. Whether it's colored dresses with bright floral pops, floral lace patterns, or skirts resembling flower petals, everything's coming up roses.
This year "naked cakes" (which simply aren't frosted) have expanded from being popular only at rustic barn weddings to being popular EVERYWHERE. Whether you decorate them simply with powdered sugar, add fruit or flowers, or include some personal wedding decor touches, it's sure to be a hit. As an added bonus, it's significantly less expensive than a traditional fondant-covered cake, and it great for a bride on a budget.
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