If you are currently following fashion and wedding trends then you may have noticed that Pantone released their color of the year, Greenery! Which is awesome because greens are naturally part of your floral so it is easy to be a little (or a lot!) trendy.
Recently, we designed a garden chic tablescape and greenery (the plant version which
happened to include some of the naturally occurring Pantone color) was abundant in a variety of textures, and then we accented throughout with garden roses to bring soft ruffles of color!
Photo Credit: Nichelle Howell Photography
We will see softer more natural floral bouquets, rather than the structured round bouquets of last year, which will bring a gentle grace to your wedding. If you want to bring a bit of edge to contrast the soft look you can partner modern vases and terrariums or exotic floral to modernize the style.
Color connection is a great way to motivate your creativity! If you are new to mixing and matching colors then click on the color wheel image and check out the interesting color info from ColorMatters.com.
Who's excited for New York Fashion Week (February 9th-16th)? WE ARE! While couture fashion is not for everyone or in everyone's budget, it is a great place to check out the exotic and gain some inspiration. Look at the necklines, silhouettes, colors, and even patterns. Photo Credit: Ardent Photography
Another great way to learn about amazing fashion designs and which ones will flatter your figure and personal style is to schedule an appointment with a local bridal salon. We have had the pleasure of working with Mountain Valley Bridal from real weddings to inspired stylized wedding photo shoots, and their Spring 2017 line up will make you look ready to say, "I do!".
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