Separates and Onesies
Brides this season are definitely going the non-traditional route. Crop tops and jumpsuits/rompers have definitely been huge fashion trends, and designers have transitioned those trends into the bridal industry with great success! Bridal jumpsuits are a great way for menswear-loving brides to feel comfortable without leaving the traditional bride completely in the dust, and separates are fantastic for the indecisive bride who likes to mix and match.
Pantone Marsala (Fall Edit)
Marsala has been a very popular "Color of the Year" for Pantone, and while it was popular for spring weddings along with blush and pastels, the fall edit takes a completely different tone. Deeper shades of Marsala coordinated with berry hues, greys, and browns make it luxurious and irresistible.
I was unaware that classroom-themed weddings were a thing until my best friend, who happens to be an elementary school teacher, found an inspiration post online. I've been obsessed with teacher weddings ever since. Not only is it perfect for teachers, but it's a great idea for high school sweethearts. Chalkboards, books, apples, rulers, pencils, and maps all make this motif tie together.
Jewel tones are often reserved for winter weddings, but they've been popping up early this year. Deep royal blues, reds, purples, and greens popped with bright gold make any formal wedding a little more special.
When people talk about vintage weddings, they usually refer to the 1920s, 50s, or 70s. Rarely do weddings reflect the turn of the century, but this season it's taking over with a modern twist. Adding intricate, antique details to modern shapes is key to bring the 1900s to the 2010s.
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