Contributor post by Alicia from AliciasFindings
Over the years,months and weeks different wedding trends emerge.
Wedding dresses with puffy sleeves, candy bars, photo booths, birdcage veils and so much more…
Some of the Fall’s Wedding Trends are plum and burgundy as color choices, clean textured cakes with few tiers, personalized signage of all kinds, wild-looking fresh bouquets, creative food and drink stations, metallics, elements of hometown,romantic touches, custom monograms and cool fonts, DIY touches, epic action shots and so much more…
Here at CIJ we want to know what do you have that is a wedding trend of the moment?
Valerie Brown from FirepanJewellery says this dainty pearl necklace is right on trend, with burgundy pearls! It would make nice accent for the bride, or be the perfect finishing touch for the bridesmaids outfits. It is also perfect as a gift for the Mother of the Bride or Groom.
We love the spunky haircut and pensive expression on this Honeycomb Bride Centerpiece made in Japan.
Stock Lane Studio from StockLaneStudio states our shop sells a variety of romantic cards for proposals, newlyweds, anniversaries and ‘just because I love you’. I do personalize a some of them. We also have printed and printable car signs and even decor that brings a laugh or just shows how much two people love one another. These signs can be personalized which makes them very popular.
Corkycrafts from Corkycrafts says my shop sells wine cork kissing balls which is also a great floral alternative and its small enough that children can carry it plus it can be a lasting memento from the big day. Its’ versatile I’ve had clients use them as a substitute for mistletoe at Christmas time. It’s one of my main stay one of a kind items in my shop. I do personalize by coordinating flower girls dress color with ribbon upon request.
It is from a painting originally done by A. Renoir called Danse En Ville!
The classic and traditional colors and style will go with any wedding style! The vintage box is perfect for a vintage style wedding!
Black and white are always in and it has a touch of dark green and a mauve pink too!
It’s a very romantic piece with 24K gold gilt paint around the edges!
It can be used to hold the bride’s wedding rings or an engagement ring for the proposal!
Melissa R from missy69 states I truly love being creative. I have recently taught myself to wood burn. This is one of my favorite items I have done so far. This is a wedding keepsake, card or gift box. It can all be to store a family Bible or other heirloom. I hand drew the roses, and ribbons onto the box, then wood burned them with my tool. Rustic, wood and natural items are all the rage right now. This can be stained and personalized. Check it out!
Sue and Misty from shabbyshopgirls discusses vintage embroidered items is trending now in the wedding scene. We love the detailed work that has gone into this set of His & Hers pilllowcases! Beautiful embroidery meant to last a lifetime!
Kelly from ColourscapeStudios said by far the most popular line I have within my Wedding range are these personalized tags, which customers have used for their invites, their wedding favors and as decorative touches on candle jars on the guests tables. I love that by customizing the names and date that my customers are getting a one of a kind touch to their special day.