Feature photo courtesy of Charlotte Fristoe Photography
Suits and Separates
Whether for the ceremony, reception or afterparty, suits and separates are making very welcome appearances in women’s bridal fashion.
We seem to still be holding on to British and Bridgerton influence. Cicnched and snatched corset dresses accentuate best when paired with a full skirt.
Creative Dance Floors
Deck out your dance floor with a lighted monogram, hanging strings lights, ballons, colored tiles, florals and more.
For women and men, cool kicks are the best accessory you can wear on your wedding day, besides those brand-new rings, of course.
Easy to eat in a few bites during cocktail hour of on the dance floor. Think mini charcuterie boards, street tacos, bite-sized chicken and waffles and poppable cupcakes.
Go beyond placing florals in a vase. Hang them from the ceiling in chandeliers or pom-poms. Fashion elaborate archways. Bring an entire garden indoors.
We love a sharp-dressed man, but also a man that showcases his personality through a snazzy, showstopping jacket.
Bright Earth Tones
Let nature be your guide with sage, burnt orange, caramel, eucalyptus, moss, gold, coral and lavendar tones springing up.
Doughnuts from your favorite bakery, local honey, signature scent candles, customized champagne flutes, coffee beans and more. Make it something unique they want to keep.
There are a few sentiments more special than a loved ones voice. Rather than pondering over a guestbook, have them record a keepsake message for the newlyweds.