Ah, vintage weddings. They are extremely popular right now and for good reason. They ooze romance, simplicity and style. A vintage wedding can be versatile and even eco-friendly. While the web has plenty of images to inspire you, execution can be a bit more challenging. Finding cohesive pieces, not to mention more than one of an item, can be exhausting, and take some time and dedication. That’s where A La Crate – Vintage Rentals can help you out. A La Crate has an awesome space filled with a large inventory of vintage items including framed chalkboards, birdcages, metal trays, dishes, multiple sizes of bottles and mason jars easily transformed into vases - all items that can help you execute your vintage wedding.
It’s all about the shoes – well not really. I have to admit that I am bummed to have missed out on the awesome trend of brides wearing shoes that match her wedding colors. <sigh> But check out these wedding photos from Temika and Jerry Reaves’ wedding also featuring the cutest teal shoes. Their photographers, Amy and Chris McManigal of McManigal Photography, did a fantastic job capturing their day. The McManigal’s creativity and ability to capture private moments are memories that last a lifetime.
With the recent snow and cold weather we’ve had, thoughts of Spring have been creeping into my mind. Not to mention my little 1 and a half year old’s newest word is “lellow”! Enjoy these yellow bridal bouquets to help combat the gray-ness of Winter. Make sure to check out our list of Milwaukee florists when searching for your wedding flowers.
Here’s a pretty good article that discusses what the wedding trends are for 2010. As I find more of these, I’ll post them in this thread and I encourage everyone else to do the same!
Just was reading this article,http://weddings.about.com/od/traditionscolorsthemes/a/2009WedTrends.htm, about 2009 wedding trends. Here’s a summary of the trends predicted in the article:
Looking for wedding theme ideas? Here is one – party in a flapper/gangster/old hollywood style! My husband and I did! It was the most fun and memorable experience for not only us but also most of our guests. How did we do it? Here are some tips.