Here are the hottest trends for 2019 “Something old, something new…” may be a popular wedding adage, but when it comes to wedding planning in 2019, there are many new wedding trends replacing old traditions. Trend 1 — Sunday weddings
on the rise
Weddings are becoming full weekend celebratory events, with many couples actually tying the knot on Sunday.
Why is this day of the week becoming popular? It’s actually a case of simple supply and demand, with open Saturday wedd
Yes, the wedding is all about the bride and groom, but guests should enjoy the day, too For the bride and groom, there’s no doubt that this day is designed by them and for them. However, the day should also include the comfort of their guests, especially since many have traveled long distances and wrangled busy schedules to get there.
Here are a few things that guests do complain about at weddings they’ve attended:
• A long wait between the ceremony and reception
Some things just might catch you off guard on the biggest day of your life You’ve kept a well-organized wedding planner and are totally up to date on all your to-do lists. Your vendors are booked, you’ve chosen the dress of your dreams and you’ve tasted all the foods that will be served at your reception.
So what could go wrong, right?
Here are a few “surprises” that catch most brides off guard, according to Bridal Guide: • At some point, you'll feel like you're running l
Here’s how to remain calm, cool and anxiety-free during one of the most stressful times of your life — your wedding Everyone has met a Bridezilla or at least knows about a bride-to-be who turned into an overstressed, crazy person when planning her wedding.
That’s because wedding planning can be one of the most stressful endeavors known to the bride.
Let’s face it; you and your family are spending literally tens of thousands of dollars on an event that will only last a fe
Michigan is stepping up to New York and California’s reputation for bridal designers Michigan may not seem like your typical oasis for wedding gown design, but several metro Detroit designers are making their names known worldwide for bridal dresses and accessories.
Wedding gown designer Katerina Bocci and veil designer Ariel Taub are among the top metro Detroit designers who have risen to fame in the last few years, according to The Detroit News. Their creations have been
Today’s bride can choose many stylish options, from veils and hats to flowers and tiaras While the traditional veil still holds importance for many brides, it is no longer the be-all and end-all accessory.
Bridal hats, birdcage styles with netting, non-traditional colors and other styles are all alternatives to the traditional bridal veil in 2019.
For brides who love the romantic and pure symbolism of a traditional veil, today’s veils have a new look all their own.