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metallic accessories and highlighted with crystal chandeliers. “The year will be delicious with featured craft beers, farm-to-table culinary experiences and tasty tidbits of favorite comfort foods,” he says. “Ontrend couples will celebrate in lounge and DJ environments reminiscent of today’s most popular nighttime hot spots.” The inspiration is endless – and paired with your own personality and style will create the perfect celebration.

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jeweled and open-back dresses continue to shine on the runway, complemented by an exquisite variety of necklines and overlays, says Apfelbach. And the metallic obsession doesn’t end with wedding gowns. Local experts say 2015 weddings will be set aglow with shimmering florals, invitations and overall décor. It’s time to shine on, lovebirds!

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Shine On Blue was the color and separates offered sophisticated style options on the runway at Bridal Fashion Week, but according to Cynthia Apfelbach, owner of ZITA BRIDAL SALON, it is lace, leather and the shimmer of gold lame that modern, elegant brides will be wearing in 2015.

“Several designers introduced shimmer sequence fabrics and gold lame under lace or tulle, giving subtle, rich texture to the gowns,” she says. “Designers also experimented with leather and fringe, emphasizing the party and celebration of the wedding.” Stretch tulle and lace illusion, strappy,

True Romance Wedding gown trends are literally dripping with bohemian- and romantic-inspired details that allow for a twist on the traditional. According to Erin Thull, owner of MISS RUBY BRIDAL BOUTIQUE, tiered skirts, unique back details and subtle illusion detailing are the biggest statements for 2015 bridal gowns. “The tiered skirt has become popular among all designers and gives traditional A-line and ball gown dresses a whimsical look and feel – without becoming costumelike,” Thull says. “Horsehair detailing along the hemline of each tier gives a unique shape and allows for a constant look of motion.” Opting for a low back is a simple way to incorporate subtle sexiness into a bridal look, without having to sacrifice the overall feeling of tradition. “This trend in particular makes for excellent photos on your big day,” says Thull. From Chantilly lace to art-deco inspired gems, designers are focusing on the ornate details that allow brides to shine. Looking for custom jewelry to accompany your posh gown? GENESIS JEWELRY custom creates 95 percent of its jewelry for its customers, so you can frost your look with stunning pieces that are uniquely you. After all, details matter. A Man’s World Bridal fashion doesn’t begin and end with the beautiful bride. Over the past few years, a greater emphasis has been placed on grooms' and groomsmen’s style – with a nod to ➻ CONTINUED ON PAGE 66

TIPS FROM THE EXPERT “Going into a store and picking a ready-made engagement ring from the case isn’t good enough anymore. Millennials love having a hand in creating a custom ring that is uniquely theirs. It makes the gift of an engagement ring even more personal. We’re also seeing brides stray away from white diamond centers. Instead, they’re opting for yellow, pink, blue or champagne diamonds, morganite, sapphires or rubies. Celebrities like Blake Lively, Halle Berry and Penelope Cruz are leading the color trend.

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Other celebs, like Scarlett Johansson and Emily Blunt, are sporting another big trend: vintage- and art deco-inspired rings. We’re getting fewer requests for round diamond halo rings and more for cushion- or emeraldcut center stones flanked by baguettes. And for the guys, contemporary metals are still very popular, but they’re getting more adventurous, looking for texture and engravings in the design and even diamonds.” —Karin Volz, owner, Kloiber Jewelers

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TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS “Overall, the gowns for spring 2015 are stunning! We're seeing gorgeous allover beaded slip dresses, simple and sleek lace gowns, amazingly detailed backs, and the new exciting trend of simple lace over a nude lining. Bridesmaids are either trendy lace or simple chiffon gowns, with a strap to match the bridal trends.” —Shannon Marquardt, owner, Amelishan Bridal

both the classics and up-andcoming trends. Here, David Matsudaira, owner of SQUIRE FINE MEN’S APPAREL, breaks down his top picks for a handsome 2015. Stay Slim Slim-fit looks, primarily in black but also in gray, are a must for 2015. Think narrow coat lapels,

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“Naturebased and organicinspired wedding sets are absolutely on the rise. Raw diamonds, brushed gold, twigs, trees, feathers; these pieces are less refined, but like a tree or feather, each one is unique.” —Amy Shallow, owner, A-Trio Design Studio

trim body fits, short coat lengths, and fitted shirts and trousers. Go Classic Classic looks in black and white (a la Cary Grant) are sophisticated and distinguished. “It’s very crisp and clean,” says Matsudaira. “We still see quite a bit of color in accessories, primarily to match the bride/bridesmaid colors, but we seem to be trending a bit toward classic black and white as of late for weddings.” Feeling Blue Blue tuxedos in all fits are gaining popularity, thanks to male celebrities rocking the look at awards shows. “This is a slightly less formal look than black, and a great color for warmer-month weddings," says Matsudaira. Tie One On Bowties and pocket squares are being worn more often, as opposed to long ties. “Of course, we typically outfit the groom in something a little different than his groomsmen, and this might be as simple as changing the color of his bowtie and pocket square,” says Matsudaira.

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TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS “A great color scheme doesn’t have to be bold, but it should never be boring. Incorporating variety in color, texture and shapes is key to providing that wow factor.” —Jaclyn Millonzi, principal designer, Feisty Flowers “Metallics continue to be well-loved in wedding decor.” —Sue Shunta, owner, Fresh Design

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eb Hackbarth, owner of PAPERWHITES, a custom bridal invitations boutique, says 2015 brides are celebrating personal style with a bevy of trends that speak to individual taste and flair. Here are a few of her favorites: ➻ Silver, gold and pearl foil stamping

are placed on papers for an elegant look. ➻ Watercolor illustrations, botanicals, washes and patterns are making a splash. ➻ Handwritten fonts, as well as clean line fonts, create a personalized, modern look. ➻ Blush pinks and flesh tones will be predominate again in 2015 — natural, understated and utterly romantic. ➻ Poster-style invitations allow for a casual and fun approach.

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rom pure romance to “just bitten” lips, 2015’s hottest bridal beauty trends run the gamut from light and natural to air-brushed perfection. Here, makeup artist Adrienne Hauck of NEROLI SALON & SPA DOWNTOWN shares her top three predictions for a beautiful 2015. ➻ The Modern Classic

Bridal beauty will feature more classic and subdued makeup looks than previous years, with a focus on fresh skin and a hint of color.

➻ Just Bitten Lips

Lips with a vivid yet soft color are the centerpiece of this look. Think coral, sheer fuchsia or even a soft orange or tangerine hue. Also, deep maroon and vintage-inspired lips are on tap for spring.

➻ Airbrush Foundation

From sheer to full coverage, the airbrush can do it all for eight to 12 hours of wear. This foundation stays matte longer on oily skin but can be made dewy for a hint of shine.

The Skinny on Skin Treatments Simply put, Chris Kann was not happy with her skin. A market research consultant, radio host and business owner, she was constantly worrying about her rosacea and adult acne. Unsure of where to begin addressing her skin troubles, she turned to QUINTESSA MEDICAL SPA.

“As I approached my 50th birthday, I knew how I wanted to feel about myself,” she says. “I wanted to feel good. We all want to look as good as we feel.” After a consultation, Kann and her skin specialists decided BroadBand Light (BBL) treatments might be the answer. Today, Kann credits BBL and a regular skin care maintenance regimen for her glowing skin. “It’s way easier to maintain your skin if you are intentional and you stay ahead of it,” says Kann, 51. “If you decide before you notice your imperfections and are proactive, even just about a facial, it will help keep your skin fresh and on track. You have to prioritize your skin care.” Kann is quick to point out that not every treatment is for everyone, and some treatments, like chemical peels, often mean a bit of discomfort and recovery time. “Don’t do anything you don’t feel comfortable doing,” she says. If you’re considering a non-surgical spa procedure before your big day, Kann says it’s vital to be proactive and plan ahead. “You can’t go the week before a major event and expect results," says Kann. Her best advice for achieving skin harmony? “Be clear about what you want and find someone who can put a program together that works for you.”

TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS “There’s a trend on the rise for couples seeking slender waistlines for their special day and honeymoon. CoolSculpting freezes pinchable unwanted body fat with no surgery, no downtime and no incisions. Botox and fillers are also widely gaining popularity for men and woman, taking a natural approach to soften unwanted fine lines and wrinkles. The key is to plan ahead to minimize bruising – and to allow for the full effect.” —Chris Zajdel, co-owner, Skiin “Bridal hair is becoming softer and not so over-worked. Much like the bridal makeup and gown, hair needs to be effortless. Less over-worked hair allows it to transition throughout the day, thus allowing for flawless pictures and memories.” —Scott Yance, owner, SCOTTFREE Salon “Inspired by the 1920s, this year's hottest bridal trends embody the glitz and glamour of a time forgotten. These bridal styles focus on soft waves and vintage looks. Runway-inspired braids give these dreamy sets a modern twist. Plus, men’s hair takes a tailored turn towards the pompadour with disconnected lengths and heavy use of gel.” —Dawn LeMay, salon manager, Erik of Norway Salon & Spa “Men come into our practice because they have beard and follicle stubble. They often receive laser hair removal — and we have very brave men that come in for Botox or a Hydrafacial. It is wonderful to see that men want to take care of themselves, too!” —Carol Van Zelst, owner, ANEW Skin and Wellness “I think we’ll see soft, romantic hair in 2015 — whether up or down — adorned with beautiful embellishments, such as flowers, headbands, feathers and blingedout barrettes. Makeup will be more natural with an emphasis on the eye. Of course, we also think soft, flirty eyelash extensions are a perfect addition for the fuss-free bride on her special day.” —Nova Beschta, owner, Salon Nova

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TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS

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“The use of tree branches and cut outs of tree stumps as part of centerpieces [is a trend]. Because of our setting in beautiful Mitchell Park [in Brookfield], the use of nature items seems all but appropriate.” —Nita Schuelke, events director, Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts

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“Starting off the cocktail hour with a hand-passed signature drink is the best way to welcome your guests and get the party started. Hand-passed hors d'oeuvres, also served during cocktail hour, will take the edge off and serve as a teaser for the dinner. —Katie Shorts, wedding coordinator, Milwaukee Art Museum

Celebrating your heritage and making your venue uniquely you.

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re weddings becoming increasingly casual affairs? According to John Sterr, executive director of CHARLES ALLIS AND VILLA TERRACE ART MUSEUMS, couples are backing

away from the traditional wedding ceremony and reception at Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, instead using the courtyard for their ceremonies and receptions. “There is a greater interest in morning ceremonies and brunch receptions, often embracing a more casual feel," says Sterr. Couples are providing guests with lawn or card games rather than the traditional

evening dance reception." Another emerging trend is the celebration of a couple’s heritage. “There have been many different cultures represented recently, including Indian, Brazilian, Korean, Chinese, Italian and German,” he says. “Nearly all of these weddings have had aspects of both traditions from their family or ancestor’s culture, as well as a modern American wedding.” And yet others have honored Milwaukee by adding touches of typical Wisconsin flair, such as Wisconsin beer and fish fries for the reception.

“Couples are price conscious but don’t want to cheapen their wedding, so instead of eliminating elements of the ceremony and reception, they are inviting less people. They are smaller, very classy affairs.” —John Constantine, general manager, The Wisconsin City Club and Country Club

“Pies and cakes with mini crème brulee and petite one-bite cookies are particularly popular, and coffee bars are a wonderful way to top it all off. ” —Beth Shully, owner, Shully’s Catering and Events “Couples appear to be moving away from more traditional venues and preferring something out of the ordinary." —Karen Howlett, co-owner, The Hollyhock House and Gardens “The vintage and shabby-chic theme is still popular, from soft floral centerpieces and lace to using vintage props to set the mood for the evening. ” — Sydney Waisanen, market director of catering sales, Marcus Hotels & Resorts “We’re seeing a lot of our clients putting a premium on event lighting. We’ve been able to do a lot with lighting — which, if done well, can transform any space." — Kaelyn Cervero, sales and catering manager, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino “The most important trend for bachelorette parties is hosting an allinclusive experience for the bride and her group." – Wesley Shaver, director of sales and marketing, Red Rock Saloon

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“PHOTO BOOTHS have been growing in popularity for the last few years. For 2015, the open-air photo booth is a modern take on the old classic. Additionally, there are more S varied backgrounds from which to choose, and more flexibility in the amount of people T R E P X E that can hop in.” —Eron Laber, co-owner, Front Room Photography “THREE WORDS: Document the party. Our couples have been electing to have us stay late into the night to document the atmosphere, the energy, the entertainment and, most importantly, the party. A reception is one of the most expensive parts of the wedding day, and couples are now caring about more than capturing the first dance." —Matt Haas, owner, Matt Haas Photography 76

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INVITATIONS

Paperwhites, 73  5304 S. 92nd St., Suite 100,  Hales Corners, 262-224-1134,  paperwhites-invitations.com

JEWELER

A Trio Jewelry Design Studio, 78  215 N. Water St., Suite 100,  414-431-7112, atriojewelry.com Genesis Jewelry, 68  6011 W. Layton Ave., 414-2811022, genesisjewels.com

MEN'S ATTIRE

Harleys The Store for Men, 65  3565 N. Oakland Ave.,  Shorewood, 414-332-3404,  harleys4men.com Squire Fine Men’s Apparel, 61  3885 N. Brookfield Rd.,  Brookfield, 262-754-2801,  squireapparel.com

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RESOURCES BEAUTY Anew Skin and Wellness, 53  19265 W. Capitol Dr.,  Brookfield, 262-373-1810,  anewsw.com EvolvMD, 65  1233 N. Mayfair Rd.,  Wauwatosa, 414-455-7042,  evolvmd.com Knick Salon and Spa, 79  1028 E. Juneau Ave., 414-3127947, knicksalonandspa.com Neroli, 70  327 E. St. Paul Ave., 414-3197559, nerolispa.com Quintessa Medical Spa, 62  10604 N. Port Washington Rd., Mequon, 414-242-7772,  quintessamedicalspa.com Salon Nova, 66  1437 E. Brady St., 414-273-6882,  salonnovaonline.com SKIIN, 63 21675 Moreland Blvd.,  Waukesha, 262-657-5446,  lovemyskiin.com

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EDIBLE DELIGHTS Shully’s Cuisine & Events, 65  146 Green Bay Rd.,  Thiensville, 262-242-6633,  shullyscuisine.com Zilli Hospitality Group, 82  613 N. Grandview Blvd.,  Waukesha, 262-547-9447,  zillihospitalitygroup.com

FLORIST Feisty Flowers, 73  414-526-5202, feistyflowers.com

GOWNS & WEDDING ATTIRE Amelishan Bridal, 77 1329 Hwy. 175, Hubertus,  262-628-1217, amelishan.com

Artist Group 361 Falls Rd., Grafton, 262-3871001, artistgroup.com Front Room Photography, 60  2637 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.,  414-294-0080, frphoto.com Matt Haas Photography, 76  414-534-5855,  matthaasphotography.com Valo Photography, Cover 414-207-8256, valoweddings.com

TRAVEL & TRANSPORTATION Lisa Hoppe Travel Consulting, 79  6005 W. Wisconsin Ave.,  414-258-8715, hoppetravel.com Spring City Trolley, 77  235 W. Broadway, Waukesha,  262-522-9359, springcitytrolley. com

VENUE

Blue Harbor Resort, 63  725 Blue Harbor Dr.,  Sheboygan, 920-452-2900,  blueharborresort.com Charles Allis Art Museum, 77 1801 N. Prospect Ave., 414-271-3656, cavtmuseums.org National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum, 65 

161 W. Wisconsin Ave., 800-414-1482, bobbleheadhall. com Country Springs Hotel, 60  2810 Golf Rd., Pewaukee,  262-547-0201,  countryspringshotel.com Davians, 73  N56W16300 Silver Spring Dr.,  Menomonee Falls,  262-781-4578, davians.com Ho-Chunk Gaming, 74  S3214 County Rd. BD., Baraboo,  608-356-6210, ho-chunk.com Italian Conference Center, 77  631 E. Chicago St., 414-2232800, italianconference.com Milwaukee Art Museum, 78  700 N. Art Museum Dr., 414224-3200, mam.org Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, 59  1721 W. Canal St., 800-7297244, paysbig.com Red Lion Pub, 68  1850 N. Water St.., 414-4319009, redlionpubmke.com The Delafield Hotel, 81  415 Genesee St., Delafield,  262-646-1600,  thedelafieldhotel.com The Harbor Lady, 71  205 W. Highland Ave.,  Suite 204, 414-2767447, edelweissboats.com The HollyHock House & Gardens, 81  1408 Dodge St., Kewaunee,  920-388-3445,  thehollyhockhouse.com Trocadero Gastrobar, 68 1758 N. Water St.,414-272-0205, trocaderogastrobar.com Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, 77  2220 N. Terrace Ave., 414-2713656, cavtmuseums.org War Memorial Center, 63  750 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr.,  414-273-5533,  warmemorialcenter.org Wisconsin Club — City Club, 69  900 W. Wisconsin Ave., 414-2717510, wisconsinclub.com Wisconsin Club — Country Club, 69  6200 W. Good Hope Rd., 414353-8800, wisconsinclub.com

WEDDING PLANNING

Dynamic Events by David Caruso, 75  207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 515, 414-283-0050,  dynamiceventsinc.com

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