Spring wedding looks have always included a variation of floral design, but this season is looking much more subdued and vintage. The colors are more muted, the lace is more antique, and the flowers are suitable for high tea.
The "princess bride" has been a common wedding theme for ages, but with the recent live-action revival of Cinderella, a unique twist has been introduced to the classic fairy tale. This trend is all about subtle royalty, with hinds of blue and gold and delicate opulence throughout.
Every year, Pantone's "Color of the Year" takes over the wedding industry, but this one took off a bit sooner than expected. "Marsala" is a color that many would deem suitable for fall, but it's been noticeably incorporated into spring weddings, too. When paired with softer blushes and pastels, the deep wine color doesn't look quite as "cold weather."
If you're part of a fandom, there's no need to not incorporate that into your wedding day. Brides have been introducing their nerdier sides more and more, and it can be done in a variety of ways. From adding in sophisticated touches throughout traditional wedding decor, to going all-out in costumes and comic strips, whatever you're into can shine on your big day.
All About that Lace
Lace used to just be reserved for wedding gowns, but now it's seen in everything from decor, invitations, bridesmaids looks, and centerpieces.
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