This year Pantone brings us a fresh and uplifting tone of green. In color psychology, the color green represents balance, harmony and growth. Green is also associated with 'social joining' such as family gatherings.
Pantone's Greenery is described as being "trans-seasonal" and can be paired with a number of complimentary shades. If you want to learn more about Greenery, check out Pantone's link here.
Posted on 03/21/2017 at 08:48:00 AM
Your wedding is something that you want guests to be talking about for some time after the day itself. When you ask people what they remember most, some might say the food or entertainment, but you'd be surprised how many people remember the finer details you add. Details can be big and noticeable, like an ice sculpture at the bar, or small and subtle like a signature drink reflecting the bride and groom's personality. These details are a simple way to infuse your personality into your wedding and capture your guest's attention, and it can be a very fun part of the planning process! After all, you know your likes and dislikes better than anyone, and as a couple you can have fun putting creative twists on those traits to incorporate them ...Read more
Posted on 09/17/2016 at 08:12:00 AM
Obviously your best friend knows you better than anyone else in the entire world, right? So they'd obviously be the first choice to hire to help with your wedding... right?
Posted on 08/27/2016 at 07:00:00 AM
Another hot trend taking 2016 by storm is metallic fashions. Brides all over are going for a lot of shimmer and shine, choosing color schemes for bridesmaid gowns and decor in bold metallics. The versatile colors of metal - from warm gold to brushed bronze to gleaming copper, and more - are elegant, whimsical, and natural. With the ongoing popularity of warehouse, loft, and barn venues, incorporating these newly-popular industrial elements with a monochromatic scheme gives your wedding a timeless feel.
Posted on 07/09/2016 at 07:00:00 AM
2016 has seen the rise of many popular trends in wedding decor, fashion - and even cakes.
What is a naked cake, you might wonder? Exactly what it sounds like: a cake, stripped of it's frosting. Instead of fondant and buttercream accents, naked cakes are simply and beautifully accented with fresh flowers, fruits, berries, or anything else bakers and brides can envision. The result is a stunning - and delicious - display sure to turn heads.
Posted on 07/02/2016 at 07:00:00 AM
If you've been to weddings in the past you know there are two main catering options to choose from. Both buffets and stations give guests the most food variety, and the cost practically identical. The biggest difference lies in the reception set-up ad the overall feel of the event you're going for.
Posted on 06/25/2016 at 08:01:00 AM