What's hot and what's not for 2017!
First Look Photos are here to stay.
We love David Tutera and we love First Looks! According to David, they are more personal and relational and we couldn't agree more.
Cascading Flower Garlands
Keeping 2016's trend of greenery, it'll move right into 2017 with lush garlands of blooms, cascading from the table to the floor. Marrying the themes of greenery and garden, it's a fresh spin on traditional flowers in vases.
Barns and Vintage are here to stay- your vote counted!
David Tutera's Pinterest Win a Wedding Contest resulted in the review of over 3,000 Pinterst Inspiration Wedding boards. Over 8,500 people votes to choose a winner and the results are in. Rustic barn weddings are here to stay for another year, as are Vintage themes. Incorporating nature, romance and nostalgia all into one magical night. Joining this Facebook group can help you save a lot of money. I frequently see rustic wedding items being sold so if you are planning on mason jar glasses, wooden boxes and frames, or burlap, this is the place to find it: Wedding Items in Lincoln Nebraska
This year we saw two piece dresses come into fashion. Spring of 2017 predictions are that pink will reign supreme as the alternate color after traditional white and ivory. Not ready for color? That's ok as Blush Bridal here in Lincoln has an array of jewelry and shoes with a splash of color.
This is simply brilliant! After a long day of ceremony, dinner and dancing, hair and makeup begins to fade and frequent trips to the bathroom to try to restore our earlier look just doesn't work. Having hair and make up specialists on hand during your reception will keep your guests looking and feeling fresh as they enjoy touch-ups all night long.
Traditional Sit Down Dinners are Out
Long tables, family and friends and family style meals are making a comeback. For a more relaxed and personal meal that brings in that feeling of nostalgia, guests share and pass bowls and platters of food, inspiring conversation. Doorstep Diner is excited about this trend and can create the atmosphere that hearkens back to Sunday night dinners with the family.
No more favors!
Instead of giving your guests something to take home, give something they'll appreciate such as donating your favor budget money to a local charity, or seeds to plant in their garden.
With so many to choose from what do you do? Well, choose what you like :) Currently trending is orange. Little pops of color on your table, in your bouquet, on your grooms lapel. This years Pantone colors were Rose Quartz and Serenity. While the color has not been chosen for next year rumor has it that it'll be dark. Metallics have always been in the wedding color palette however we're seeing gold and silver make a bigger splash in fall of 2016 and predict it'll carry over into 2017.