Brides have enjoyed expressing themselves in shades other than white for years. At Occasions we sell more than 90% of our brides an Ivory gown opposed to white. Shades of blush pink as well as champagne are also very popular choices. We have even sold soft shades of silver and blue
So we ponder are brides looking for a bolder statement? After all, the color black is a color of elegance and class in evening wear so why not in Bridal?
I wonder if black can overcome it’s negative connotation of being an eerie color, can we look past the thoughts of funerals and sadness?
Is black an unusual choice for a bride? Are Black dresses here to stay?
September and October have now become one of the most popular times to get married . The weather is absolutely beautiful in fall and here in New England the foliage can not be beat.
Here are some trends to look for this year
The Wedding setting continues to be a more rustic BOHO vibe. Barn weddings are still trending, family style seating and natural decorations are popular reception themes.
Fall bridal bouquets and centerpieces are often adorned with autumnal foliage and decorations such as branches, oak leaves, acorns and crab apples. It is often the colors, as much as the actual flowers that are important. Rich reds, fiery oranges and beautiful yellows mixed with brown, gold, green, amber and russet colors.
Who says pie can’t be as elegant as cake. Smaller portions mean guests can try as many flavors as their hearts desire. We love the combination of the mismatched tiered dessert tray.
And one last trend I simply adore is the white pumpkin also called the Ghost pumpkin Snowballs, Luminas or Caspers .So beautiful as a decoration or carved with your names and wedding date