Easter colors are cute and pretty! The colors of Easter are usually fresh, bright, and help bring in that Spring time feeling. Try to use these colors for wedding favors. This will help represent a fun and bright wedding for your guests to take home. You can incorporate these colors into your wedding favors by having multi-colored almonds, jars filled with candies in bright colors, daffodils with rejuvenating tea bags tied around the flowers, etc. Whatever wedding favors you give to your guests they will probably love, but the Easter colors add a bit of charm.
Child free weddings are usually night time weddings or more formal weddings. Sometimes it is hard for the couple to have an adult only party, but in certain situations it works out for the best. Some people may get offended, but it's your wedding and your decision. Just make sure to address that it is an adult only party and have the invite addressed to only those who are invited. If you address it to the "Smith Family", then they will probably think this includes the entire family so be specific.
Are you going with the American wedding tradition of wearing a garter on your wedding day? From beachy to camouflage, there are all sorts of garter designs and themes to choose from when it comes to coordinating with your wedding theme. Whether you're an elegant bride or a bride who loves to do something different, your garter is a great place to let your personality shine through. From dainty lace to racy chains, garters these days are known to make a statement!
If you're having a winter wedding and looking for some table decor that will be appropriate for the time of season, then take a look at the photos below for some winter table decor ideas. By using seasonal colors, plants and flowers you can not only save money but keep with the season and theme of your wedding.
Sunday, August, 21 2016 • Photography • by Dynamite Weddings
Photo Booths have been popular for sometime now at weddings and aren't going anywhere soon. These days photo booths are just becoming more personalized. There are the old fashioned photo booths with the "pipes and drapes" or the fun photo booths with props. At an outdoor wedding you can try many different backdrops in relation to your wedding. You can also add a couch for a group picture and don't forget fun props, like hats, masks, and glasses!
Sometimes, it's the little things that really stand out. We love this gown by Lazaro for JLM Couture. The detailing is glorious. We thought of a great DIY way to add a fairy tale element to any gown. Have your alterations expert add a silk ribbon with silk flowers attached to flow behind you. Not all gowns will come with this detailing. If you can't find the perfect dress with this effect but would love it on yours, add it! It can be done easily by a professional seamstress and we think the look is gorgeous!
Wedding day decor is following a trend of bringing outdoor elements inside to create a controllable outdoor environment. Moss, sticks, birds' eggs, succulent centerpieces, river rocks and ivy can all be used to create unique, textured centerpieces, add to table design or create an indoor outdoor environment placing pieces around the room.
Surprise choreographed dances are a huge trend at wedding receptions this year. It's a fun experience for the couple and adds the absolute WOW factor to their wedding day when your guests are shocked by your amazing dance skills.Trend provided by Dynamite Weddings Photo courtesy of Sarah Maren Photography
We have seen the trend of photographers taking a cute picture of the newlyweds holding up two signs with the words "Thank" and "You," printed on the signs. Well, here is another version of personalizing your thank you cards. You can write the sentiment in the sand as this couple did... what other clever ways can you give appreciation for those wedding gifts? Autumn leaves, or daisy flower heads, on grass? Be imaginative!
Have you met Monica and Marvin yet? These two have the best insight on everything weddings from the wedding checklist to fancy wedding ideas. They might look like a couple of monkeys, but they know their fare share about your big wedding day! Marvin likes to take the wedding planner duties and Monica comes up with clever wedding ideas, but also keeps everyone on track with her amazing wedding checklist. These two are always open to questions and willing to help at anytime!