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WEDDING DESIGN TRENDS most helpful and efficient if you come armed with as much detail as possible about your wedding such as photos of your wedding dress and bridesmaids’ attire, any cake or floral information you have and so on. Also, if you have a specific color in mind, then bring in an actual sample. Verbal descriptions just don’t work!

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#3 – Handle strong color with care If you love a bright, vivid color but are concerned about it being too much, then consider using it as an accent color in the room instead such as in the napkins and chair ties. If it’s a small wedding, then bright fuchsia table linens may work, but a grand ballroom filled with 40 hot pink tables may be a bit overwhelming. #4 – Make your own unique color By experimenting with different sheers placed over various colored fabrics, you may find your own unique combination that gives you the look you want. Ideally, do this in the same lighting that your reception will be in for an accurate vision! Buttercup – a beautiful new color in a warm, soft golden yellow. Ideal for an elegant spring wedding. Fire Orange (Persimmon) Pintuck – a great new color with a geometric texture. Gold Floral Lace – incorporates tradition (lace) with a new twist (metallic). Nile Danube Damask – a very trendy shade of blue, with metallic accents in a lace-like style. A very current look with a traditional feel. Silver Black Geometric – this trendsetting fabric offers a more streamlined, modern feel to your wedding design.

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