Wedding Style Guide 2018
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love in bloom welcome… to Enjoy Magazine’s wedding style guide 2018.
6 color cues 2018 color tr ends: blush + ber ry + rose gold = per fection
13 sign your name fu n options for the guest book
16 all in the family ways to include fa mily heir looms in your celebr ation
22 you’r e our favor-ite cr eati v e options for w edding favor s
24 all in good time
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Wedding Style Guide you’ve been gifted 27 gif t r egistr ies th at wor k: alter nati v es to the ho-hu m pl ate ,pot or pa n
happy together 30 incor por ating a blended fa mily into Your Big Day
Wedding love story 33 DAVE AND CAMILLE’s special day
pictur e per fect 44 enjoy the v iew
love is all you need 46 parting pictur e Cover Photo by Drozian Photoworks Copy by Kimberly N. Bonéy
Once again, Enjoy is grateful to be working with Paul David of the Redding Bridal Show (http://www.reddingbridalshow.com) on our 2018 wedding style guide. With much rich talent in the North State, we could fill up several guides and then some. But with limited space, this is just a snippet of some of the creative vendors from our region. The wedding guide will be available at the Redding Civic Auditorium during the Redding Bridal Show on Sunday, February 11 and at other select venues. Thank you, Paul, for allowing us to be a part once again! Enjoy 5
2 0 1 8 co lo r t r e nds : B l u sh + B e r r y + Ros e G o l d = P e r f e c t i on On your wedding day, there will be romance. But a color palate featuring blush, berry and rose gold is sure to set hearts ablaze for the momentous occasion. 2018 isnâ€™t shy about its affinity for all things feminine, but this combination elevates shades of pale pink beyond their traditional connection to fairy-tale princesses. When shades of blush combine with rich, mulberry-hued goodness and decadent-yet-modern rose gold, the result is pure divinity. The lovely trio can be incorporated fabulously into your celebration from the tiniest to the grandest detail.
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Bridesmaids: Let your bridesmaids shine in shades of blush, berry and rose gold or consider alternating those colors. Even if you opt to have them wear the same style of dress, the option to choose a color helps them stay connected to their personal style. Accent their ensembles with stunning rose gold accessories. With rose gold at peak popularity, it shouldnâ€™t be hard to find some stylish gems to complete the look perfectly. Bonus points if you seek out a local jewelry designer to custom create something unique for each of your ladies.
Groomsmen: The best thing about this color combination is how well it pairs with just about any neutral. If your wedding is more classic in nature, opt for black suits or tuxedos. If you prefer a more modern take, consider grey or navy suits. For a vintage flair, why not give chocolate brown suits a try? Offer the gents the same choices when it comes to their vest/tie or bowtie/ suspender combination as you offered the ladies. Let the mutual appreciation for the same color draw the bridesmaid/groomsman pair together organically.
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The drinks: There is no shortage of drink options that take full advantage of the beauty of a blush or berry hue. A good rosé is a classic, elegant option you can’t go wrong with. For a great cocktail, consider a Blushing Paloma, a traditional Mexican cocktail made with grapefruit soda and tequila. A Black Swan, made with Russian vodka and macerated blackberries, is a lovely way to introduce the rich hue into the mix. If a beer is more your speed, give Lindeman’s Framboise – a Belgian, raspberry-flavored lambic – a whirl. Consider it beer’s elegant, big-city sister. Chill it to perfection and serve it to your guests in a wine glass, because, well, we’re celebrating.
Tablescapes: This season’s banquet tables are laden with fresh blooms or greenery – or both. A mix of blush and berry flowers couldn’t get much prettier, but if lush greens are more your thing, they’ll be just as gorgeous and of-the-moment. Other ideas: layer the blooms over a swoon-worthy shimmering table runner in rose gold, layered with a second, slightly narrower runner over the top in blush. Let the pair dangle off the table until it nearly grazes the floor and bundle the end to perfection with a simple ribbon. Fold in rose gold charger plates and candlesticks, mercury glass votive containers, berry toned candles and vintage carnival glassware in blush, berry or both for a crème de la crème dining experience.
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Bouquets: Whether you are partial to bouquets with traditional blooms or are more drawn to a handful of wildflowers or greenery, you can tie in the color combination with the wrapping of a ribbon. For something glam, bundle the bouquet with shimmering rose gold ribbon. For a more subtle style infusion, find a soft, wide, satin ribbon in blush or berry. Enjoy 9
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The cake: We are so grateful for all of the modern innovations where cakes are concerned. Our favorite might just be the fact that edible metallic-looking frosting is as beautiful as it is delicious. And it has never been prettier than it is in gold. Add fresh blooms in blush and berry for a cake that is sure to shine.
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The rings: Want to go all in with the blush and berry theme? Consider an engagement ring made of morganite as an elegant alternative to an expensive diamond. A type of aquamarine with a stellar blush-colored hue, the stone is said to represent unconditional love. It’s frequently set into rose gold because they look marvelous together. As rich as the combination looks, the price point is incredibly reasonable. It’s like getting champagne on beer money. A rose gold wedding band for him is sure to radiate with his love for you. A solid, single-toned rose gold ring with a textured finish will catch eyes and win hearts. This look is ideal for the classic man. But it can’t be overstated how well rose gold and tungsten, white gold or lignum vitae wood play together. For the guy who likes to keep it fresh, the contrasting materials will be a win. •
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f u n a lt e r n at i v e s t o t h e g u e s t book Many a happy couple has said it: Our wedding day was a happy blur. With all of the inordinate preparations, the pure excitement of marrying your best friend, and the flood of family and friends who are there to celebrate, it can be hard to remember exactly who was there when the glitter settles. The heart is willing, but sometimes the mind is just too overwhelmed. While a traditional guest book can certainly do the trick, we prefer these fun and useful alternatives. • If you and your love are travelers at heart, consider a vintage globe or a large map for guests to sign. Not only is it a unique way to recall your special day, it makes for a piece of décor you can use in your home for years to come. • Assign each guest a particular anniversary and have them write some words of wisdom to be opened on the corresponding anniversary date. It’ll be a sweet way to remember your loved ones and recall the joy of your wedding day all over again. • If you and your spouse love a good game night, consider having your loved ones sign a piece of your Jenga set, your favorite puzzle or a card from your trusty deck. What a fun-filled way to remember all of the loved ones who brought their A-game to your celebration. Enjoy 13
• Music lovers will sing a happy tune as they delight in the image of a guitar embellished with messages from loved ones. You can pick up a used guitar on Craigslist or at a thrift store on the cheap. The masterpiece your loved ones help create will serenade you for a lifetime. • Have a rustic wooden sign customized with your last name and the year you were married and have family and friends sign around the focal point. Your guests will literally become part of the woodwork at your house. • Purchase clear bottles to be used for storing seasonings and have your loved ones write you a message on the back of the bottle. It’s a good reminder that everything should be seasoned with love. •
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• It’s utterly fascinating to snap a photo and have it appear magically before your eyes. Polaroid technology isn’t new, but we’ve fallen in love with it all over again. Have your guests snap a photo, shake it until it dries, stick it into place in an album and sign it with love.
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way s to i nc l u d e fa m i ly h e i r looms i n yo u r c e l e b r at i on There is something monumentally special about seeing a family heirloom, one that has been loved and treasured over the years – one that has lived amongst a single family for generations – incorporated into a wedding celebration. It’s a sweet way to pay homage to your loved ones and a lovely way to add a vintage aesthetic to your nuptials without breaking the bank. Get those familial ties out of the box in your attic and into the hearts and memories of your guests for a lifetime. • Honor the influential people or places in your life by creating a tablescape in their image. Use vintage photo frames with black-and-white images of your loved one or your favorite place, and include a story about why this person or place is so important to you. Name the table after the person or place of inspiration and have a calligrapher write the name on cardstock or papyrus. Imagine how much more memorable it would be for your guests to sit at “Grandma Olive” or “La Jolla Cove” as opposed to “Table 1” or “Table 7.”
• An old sewing table, buffet or vanity doubles as a sweet spot to have guests leave you a few words of wisdom for your love journey. Add to the ambiance by including a collection of photos, a floral arrangement and candles in mason jars. • Ask family members to loan you pieces of china, platters, cake plates, silverware and old, patinaed candlesticks to set a stunning table for your guests. Don’t panic if they aren’t perfectly matched. The so-imperfect-it’s-perfect melding of elements is sure to lend character and authenticity to the scene.
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• At some point, most women have given at least a fleeting thought to wearing their mom or grandmother’s wedding dress down the aisle. Typically, the style, size or condition of the dress are the biggest obstacles to making this happen. You can still bring a bit of your personal history with you down the aisle even if wearing the dress in its traditional form isn’t an option. Use a portion of the fabric from the gowns in a custom made garter belt. In fact, make two – one to keep and one to toss.
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• Stage an antique settee and an old steamer trunk as a coffee table in prominent place at the reception. It could serve as a unique alternative to a traditional Mr. & Mrs. table, as it is an ideal place to steal a few kisses with your love – and a few minutes off your dancing feet. If you’d be more comfortable at a classic bride and groom table, the vignette could work wonders as a place for guests to snap beautiful and fun-filled photos at the reception.
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• Vintage brooches and pearl strands on loan from family members and friends incorporated into your bouquet or affixed to glamorous tea-length gloves will elevate your “something old” to next-level status. How’s that for carrying pearls of wisdom with you?
• If you are looking for an out of the box way to corral your wedding cards or notes of advice, consider a vintage bird cage, a classic lantern or an old mailbox. They have proven themselves to be quite adept at holding beautiful things. •
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favor-ite c r e at i v e op t i ons f o r w e dd i ng favo r s Wedding favors are the perfect vehicle to send your guests home with a little extra love on your special day. In this day and age, when less is more, it’s a good idea to pass on anything that will create more clutter. Choose, instead, to give gifts they will truly enjoy, even if it isn’t something they’ll keep for a lifetime. Edibles, useful or meaningful items are what will stay in their hearts long after you’ve said “I do.” Here are our favorite eight for 2018. 22 Enjoy
A Music-Filled CD – Create a soundtrack for your wedding day with your favorite tunes, particularly ones that will occupy a prominent spot at your reception. Have the CD topped with your photo and your wedding date. Just make sure that they are in a format that is recognizable to all electronic devices. Your guests will think of you every time they hear the happy tunes drifting through the air. If you are feeling particularly creative, have a song customized for you and your spouse and include it on the CD. A Bottle of Herb Infused Olive Oil – Say “Olive You!” to your guests in an unforgettable way. Contact local olive oil producers and have them create a private label that features your photo, a monogram or your names and wedding date. A sprig of rosemary or lavender, basil leaves or garlic cloves is a nice way to incorporate a bit of nature’s beauty. A Bottle of Local Honey – Let your guests know that you and your honey were “meant to bee” with a gift of liquid gold. It’s useful in so many ways - in tea, on toast, or on a spoon - and is the kind of goodness they won’t soon forget. A Mimosa Kit – Nothing says “celebration” quite like champagne. And what pairs perfectly with champagne? Juice, of course! Pick up champagne splits and small bottles of a juice of your choice. Bind them with twine or ribbon or package them in a box. Attach a card that says “thanks for celebrating in style with us.” A Personalized Mug + Coffee – There’s no greater way to say “love is brewing” between you and your love. Pick up mugs in your signature colors online or go on a treasure hunt for sweet and quirky second- hand ones that reflect your personal style. Have each one customized with your names and wedding dates – vinyl lettering or a stamped charm are two of many ways you could go about it. Talk to your favorite local coffee roaster about creating a single serving of Joe in a sweet package for your guests.
A Customized Candle – A candle in a mason jar is such a lovely reminder that “love always lights the way.” The memorable smellgood can be customized in just about any scent you like. Bonus points if you make a few to burn at the wedding ceremony (in safe containers and with careful placement, of course). It will engage your guests at the ceremony and be a sweet reminder of the two of you when they burn their own at home. A Sweet Succulent – With these easy-to-love, lowmaintenance beauties being all the rage right now, succulents are a precious way to say to your guests that “love grows” between you and your spouse. Tiny is good where these natural wonders are concerned. Find small terracotta pots from your local hardware or craft store. You can add a custom label to the pots, paint them in your theme color or leave them “as is” with a tag that features your name, wedding date and a thank you to your guests. A Stem-less Wine Glass – Do you and your sweet one love wine? Wine-not share your passion for it with your guests? Have stemless wine glasses printed with “Eat, Drink & Be Married” and your name and wedding date for a gift they’ll love to use. It couldn’t hurt to throw in a mini wine bottle with it to keep the party going. • Photo by Drozian Photoworks
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10–12 Months To Go
Work out your budget and establish your top priorities— where to save/where to splurge. Find ideas. Start browsing on Pinterest, bridal blogs and magazines to identify your wedding style and color palette. Compile your preliminary guest list.
Now that you have a date, tell everyone to save it! Consider sending out save-the-date cards or emails. Or create your own wedding website, and let your invitees know about it. Find a dress and begin assembling the perfect accessories.
Choose your wedding party— who do you want by your side at the altar?
Find your vendors. Assemble an all-star vendor team (caterer, photographer/ videographer, officiant, etc.).
Find a venue for your ceremony and reception, and reserve your date.
Already feeling overwhelmed? Consider hiring a wedding planner.
Months To Go
Months To Go
Decide on arrangements with your floral designer.
Book the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner location(s).
Do a tasting and choose your wedding cake with your cake designer.
Order or make wedding favors for your guests.
Hire the DJ/entertainment for your ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. Create your gift registry (and don’t forget to update your wedding website!). Shop for bridesmaid and flower girl dresses. Go over bridal shower/ bachelorette party details and the guest lists with the person(s) hosting your parties.
Shop for and reserve men’s formalwear. Finalize guest list. Get everyone’s mailing address. Do a makeup and hair trial and book your stylists. Finalize honeymoon plans and obtain all necessary documents (are your passports up to date?).
You’re getting close... mail out those invitations! Touch base with your vendors to confirm date, deposits and details. Start researching marriage license requirements and name-change paperwork. Begin your dress fittings. Be sure to buy the appropriate undergarments.
weeks To Go Finalize and confirm: • Wedding vows and readings with your officiant. • Photo list with your photographer/ videographer. • Song list for ceremony, cocktail hour and reception with your DJ and/or band/musicians. • Timeline for the reception and who’s giving the toasts. • Wedding night and honeymoon accommodations. Obtain marriage license and complete name-change documents, if applicable. Pick up your wedding rings and proofread any engraving! Buy gifts (optional) for the wedding party and parents of the bride and groom. Have your final dress fitting. Bring your shoes and accessories for the full impact.
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weeks To Go
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Arrange seating and create the seating chart and/or place cards.
Figure out tips and final payments for vendors. Put them in clearly marked envelopes and give them to the best man or another person you trust to hand out at the reception.
Pick up your gown. Put together your own bridal emergency kit. Speaking of emergencies: Check the weather report, and if things look iffy, contact your venue to make sure a contingency plan is in place.
Assign someone to pack up your gifts/ belongings after the reception (don’t forget the top tier of your cake!). Enjoy a mani-pedi. Attend the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner. Now’s the time to give out wedding party gifts. Enjoy 25
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G i f t R e g i s t r i e s Th at W o r k – A lt e r n at i v e s to t h e H o - H u m P l at e , P ot o r Pa n In 2018, it’s rare that you’ll meet a couple that has a need for the traditional items that old school wedding registries are known for. With folks getting married later in life, and with modern day couples bypassing the old ways of moving from mom and dad’s home to living with their spouse, dishes, pots, pans and kitchen electronics are something most people have at least one of by the time their wedding day arrives. You’ve likely lived by yourself for many years or with your soon-to-be spouse before the big day. If your family and friends are interested in giving you a gift, make it one you’ll really use, one you’ll will really love, one that gives you a happy memory to carry along the way, or something that helps you and your love build a future together. Here are a few of our favorite ideas for gifts to give the modern pair. To account for proper wedding etiquette, it’s best to make no mention of your gift preferences in the wedding invitation. Instead, have guests visit your wedding website for information on how to give you a gift you’ll be happy with. The Ultimate Honeymoon – Most couples are financially funding their own wedding these days – or at least a (large) portion thereof. In many cases, the honeymoon has to be delayed in lieu of the wedding, itself. Let your loved one’s gift count for something extra special. Ask them to make a contribution to your honeymoon fund. You can have them designate a gift toward the airfare, accommodations, car rental, an incredible excursion in paradise, or a delicious dinner or dessert for two. It’ll be a gift you’ll treasure for a lifetime and one they’ll be honored to give. How? Set up your account at honeyfund.com. Enjoy 27
Gift Cards – Who says gift cards are impersonal? They are nothing of the sort when the couple can let you know just where they’d like to spend their funds. Whether it’s a gift card to your favorite restaurant, a date night at the movies, or whether you both go goo-goo for electronics, camping equipment, or shoes, this is the ideal way to get something you will use, enjoy and remember. How? Register at cardavenue.com A Good Cause – Some couples have everything they could possibly need for a lifetime of happiness – or the money to buy the things they don’t yet have. Still, your guests will likely want to give you a wedding gift. Would you gladly bypass another tangible item in your household if it meant that you could give to a cause that is near and dear to your hearts? Who wouldn’t want to start their life together with a bit of good karma? Ask your loved ones to put their money where your hearts are by donating to a cause of your choice. It’ll hit everyone in the feels. How? Visit thegoodbeginning.com
An Investment In Your Future – Why not bypass the small stuff for an investment in something… well… bigger? Perhaps you feel an investment in a home to call your own is more prudent than any tangible gift you could receive. It may be time for a major home repair you simply haven’t had the money for. Consider asking your loved ones to make a contribution to a “future fund” or “a nest egg” if either of the aforementioned scenarios apply. How? Check out featherthenest.com The Lean Green – When all is said and done, cash always fits the bill. It is still the most easily-accessible, convenient and functional gift to give – and it works for any and all of the alternative gift giving options we’ve covered. Whether you decide to save it or spend it - or a little of both - it will be a wonderful way to start your journey. How? Set up a sweet spot at your reception where guests can drop their wedding card (with cash or check enclosed) securely. A birdcage, an old mailbox, a lantern or a small treasure chest are functional and pretty to look at, too.
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One of the best parts about the modern family is that you don’t have to be blood related to create a lifetime of love together. You’ve picked your life partner and gotten an extra sweet bonus: kids that you’ll love like your own. Your wedding day is the perfect space and opportunity to show your new littles just how much they mean to you. Follow along for 16 sweet ways to incorporate your stepchildren into your celebration. Disclaimer: Before you dive headlong into this list, be sure to talk to the kids and have them share their thoughts on how they’d like to be involved. Making sure they are on board is the key to a happy-making experience. 30 Enjoy
12. Let the kids lead your wedding procession.
2. Speaking of cakes, why not create a cake topper for each member of your blended family?
8. Have them be a part of a unity ceremony. Pouring colored sand into a container or lighting a candle is symbolic way to bond a family together. If the kiddos are too tiny to safely handle a glass container or a candle, have them select a package of their favorite sweet treats and add them to a candy dish.
3. When you say yes to the dress or the tuxedo, invite your new daughter or son along to share in the special moment.
9. Include them in your wedding vows. Remind them of just how grateful you are that they have become a part of your life.
14. Give them a gift on the day of your wedding that can be treasured for a lifetime. A personalized piece of jewelry, a set of engraved cuff links, a framed family photo or a sweet family heirloom will express your love in the most profound way.
4. Ask for their help with craft projects – and there will be plenty of that to go around.
10. Have them say their own vows during the ceremony. You’ll be amazed with what they come up with.
15. Get down with your bad selves during the first family dance. Nothing says “love” like a fun-filled dance routine.
5. Let them create their own signature drink, dish or dessert for your reception.
11. Ask them to share a special talent of theirs at the wedding or reception. A song sung, a dance perfomed, a poem read or a piece of artwork created are the most precious and unforgettable ways to say “I love you”.
16. Exchange a family charm that represents the blending of the families into one. An engraved piece of jewelry featuring a family catch phrase, logo or crest is something everyone can wear in their own special way.
1. Bring them along on the hunt for the perfect venue or to the cake tasting. The family that enjoys the sweet things in life together stays together.
6. Make your new daughter or son a bridesmaid or groomsman at the wedding. If they are too young to stand in this role, they’ll be perfect as a flower girl or ring bearer.
13. Designate a particular part of your postwedding photo shoot to you and your new littles.
7. Ask for their suggestions on things your guests should check out while they are in town for your wedding. Add their ideas to your website and be sure to give them proper credit.
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