Wedding Trends for 2015

Wedding Trends for 2015

Today’s blog post is about wedding trends for 2015. I recently asked Women of Weddings member Anne Pollock of Party Mood to share some of her thoughts on this year’s trends. Party Mood creates swoon worthy weddings and events with unique ideas, styling expertise, experienced planning, and coordination on the day of the wedding or event.  They also offer a great source for interesting décor rentals which can be viewed on their site  at www.partymood.com. What colors and combinations are we seeing more of this year? We are seeing 3 color palettes – sherbets, carnival, and burgundy reds Sherbet colors include soft pastels, blush, pale blue, pale yellow, light greens Bright “Carnival” Colors are reds, oranges, yellows, pinks, green, and marsala (burgundy) Marsala is Pantone’s color of the year. It is a muted burgundy, classic, easy to mix with both the soft and the bright colors, plus neutrals. Can you tell us some new “experience” trends that brides and grooms can incorporate into their wedding day?   This year we will see the further emergence of -Wedding Piñatas -Kissing Menu Cards: singing, dancing, storytelling, answering questions, demonstrating a kiss, marriage advice, or a sentimental toast. -“Ring for a Kiss” using a cowbell -“Donate To a Cause” for a kiss -Selfie stations -Temporary tattoos -Go Pros, selfie sticks, drones -Flatbed trailers as a food zone As for décor and accent metals what new exciting things can we expect to see more of in the next couple of years? Copper is the biggest trend coming in right now, followed by muted bronze.  We’ll continue to see rose gold as brides love this...
Seasonal Flower Alliance

Seasonal Flower Alliance

The seasonal flower alliance was started by Erin of Floret Flower Farm. It is all about playing with flowers that are local and in season. In past years she has had people and fans post links of their seasonal arrangements to her blog. But this year all you have to do it post your flowers on Instagram with the hashtag #SeasonalFlowerAlliance. Search the hashtag and you will see local flowers from all over the world, it’s super fun for us flower lovers!! My arrangement consists of clematis, cerinthe, weigela, rhododendron, and bleeding heart. Everything is from my garden except the cerinthe which is from a...