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Planning your wedding? Consider incorporating some of these trends that are popular with brides and grooms in northeast Mississippi. written by Melanie Crownover

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he only thing that can change as fast as a bride’s mind is the ever-evolving wedding trends she must consider to make her day stand out from the rest. Wedding planner Regina Hall of My Girls Events in New Albany has seen and done them all. She says the trick to incorporating trends is to do it sparingly while still showcasing the bride’s and groom’s personalities in every detail. But to blend the two seamlessly, you first have to know which trends are on the way out and which are on point right now. That is Hall’s specialty.

The Look

“In the past few years, we’ve seen a lot of the farmhouse look, but that’s fading,” Hall

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said. “Now our brides are leaning more toward a bohemian look.” Instead of Mason jars and burlap, think modern geometric patterns mixed with woodland-themed greenery. Pair detailed wood items that have a cabin feel with elegant dinnerware and candleholders in crystal or metallic finishes.

the colors

White lace and draped fabrics in shades of sage and violet are quickly replacing 2017’s top color choice of burgundy. Another shade past its prime is the rose gold that’s been popular the past couple of years. Forgo that tone for your pick of copper, silver or yellow gold.

Invitation Magazine - June/July 2018  
Invitation Magazine - June/July 2018  
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