Wednesday, July 6, 2016
We've been taking a look at some of the biggest wedding trends of 2014. For additional trends, please see the previous post.
Lace covered shoulders are a big bridal trend. Whether you have cap sleeves or 3/4 length, a little more coverage can be a great thing.
Remember: You don't have to have your shoulders covered the entire evening. Talk to your designer and create a removable accessory for the reception.
Photo from The White Room
All in the Family
Try serving dinner family style for a greater variety with your menu, especially when it comes to the sides. Sharing food can also be a fun icebreaker for your guests to get to know other attendees.
Remember: You'll need additional servers on hand if you want to offer family style for a more formal affair. They will be available to assist in the passing of plates.
Image from Happy Catering Company
Your bridesmaid's body types probably aren't the same it can be difficult to find a dress that looks good on everyone. No worries. These days traditional bridesmaid dress designers are offering collections that allow for multiple variations on the same general style.
Remember: If you want a more cohesive look, limit the number of styles your bridesmaids can select from.
Photo by White Rabbit Studios
In Living Color
Since radiant orchid is the pantone color of the year, it might finally be time for pastels and muted tones to take a back seat to their more vibrant counterparts.
Remember: If you favor a more subdued color pallet, you can always add a pop of color to your rehearsal dinner or farewell brunch.
Image from Lillie's Flowers
No matter the trend, customer service never goes out of style. Mr Burch is always here and ready to help with your wedding or formal event.