|Posted by Melanie Rayner on January 10, 2016 at 7:00 PM|
Wedding Colour Scheme
Recent years have seen brides rush to recreate their version of a royal wedding or something straight out of a bridal magazine. But as we head into 2016, its clear brides are much more interested in going down the aisle their own way. “Couples today want a wedding that showcases who they are and not something that they have seen in a magazine as what they like to see is a fun experience for their guests and that won’t look or feel dated — ever. Here I share some key fundamentals to this personal spin on romance and fun.
Brides also like to do something different like bringing Metallics into their colour schemes as this is surprisingly versatile.
Depending on how and where you bring them into your celebration, theses colours can be elegant, creative, earthly or even very natural. Adding some glitzy golds will enhance a room decor especially at a black-tie wedding, by adding copper lanterns at an outdoor reception or on a rustic tablescape will be stunning and the talk of the town. No matter the venue or theme, designers across the country say rose gold will show up on everything from rings to table linens. Even the food and drink get in on the trend, with shiny blush icings on desserts and rose-hued cocktails. One metallic that is on the decrease is silver.
Brides and grooms are always trying to add a sentimental trend that includes elements of places that hold special memories — no matter where the actual wedding is being held. For example, a couple who got engaged in Paris might bring in vintage street lamps to light the reception have songs that were playing during these moments at dinner and use bistro signage for the bar. The idea is that you can have guests feel like they’re in Nashville, New York and sharing these moments with you — whatever spot is close to your heart is something that can be so special and remembered for years to come.
Categories: New Wedding Trends for 2016