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Planning Your Wedding

It's been awhile since I've posted on this page. Going into 2019 the trends are still lots of greenery but I can see it changing. Whites and creams are still the number one color scheme but color is making a comeback, especially with all the soft colors of bridesmaids' dresses returning. Don't be afraid to go bold with those hot colors...have you thought about hot pink and shades of deep, rich burgundies and reds? If you like the pastels, there's nothing prettier than adding in a hint of hot pink or deep purple to spice up your palette. If you are on a budget, don't be afraid to sacrifice some flowers to have the look you really want. If you want those flowers at the reception, then do it. Maybe you downplay your bouquets or don't do boutonnieres and corsages at all. Just something to think about!

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