Let’s continue with the wedding color trend of 2016. Here come our superstar, primary yellow. As one of the three primary colors of reflected light, yellow still has strong visual impact without fancy designs. Primary yellow is especially popular in the early spring, due to the warmth of color itself. If you want to have a spring wedding in 2016, I highly recommend you primary yellow.
Wedding Cake Ideas
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Wedding Dress Ideas
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Giving all your guests an unforgettable memory can start from signing their names. A unique wedding guest book not only make your guests smile when they attend your wedding but also make you remember your big day in the rest of your life. Today I pick 17 creative ideas of wedding guest book for you, from fingerprint to the globe, hope you’ll like them.
Today I’ll continue to share the wedding color ideas of 2016 with you. Peacock is the most mysterious one of all the blues with the meaning of secret so that nearly no one can correctly definite peacock’s tone. In the realm of spirit, peacock is the color of divine world, especially in the Indian tales. Peacock’s color is vague which represents weird rebirth. As a wedding color and theme, peacock was firstly popular in India and then accepted by people all around the world. If you want to have a unique and mysterious wedding, I guess you would pick peacock as your wedding color.
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In the next few weeks I’ll share you wedding colors trends of the coming 2016, so we start the color of burgundy today. Like Marsala, the Pantone color of the year 2015, burgundy is also named from a kind of wine that native to France. In fact, burgundy and marsala look like similar while marsala is closer to the color of the soil, burgundy closer to chestnut. Burgundy has been popular recent years, and I think it will still play an important role in 2016.
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What do you think of winter weddings? Is it too cold to hold a wedding ceremony? Or maybe you think that it’s an amazingly romantic season when you can warm up each other? A winter bouquet is a special thing as it’s often non-floral and can be made from other unusual materials. Classical floral bouquets are always actual but in winter it’s suitable to decorate them with cotton, berries, coniferous branches, cinnamon sticks or pine cones. No matter what bouquet you choose for your fantastic winter big day – just have fun and be hot!
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Wedding arch is one of the most photographed elements in a wedding, where the bride and groom exchange both their vows and rings. Today wedding altars and arbors are also used as wedding arch, and generally become a new fashion. Like many other arrangements for a wedding, an arch can be easily made by yourselves. Imagine saying your vows in a wonderful wedding arch!
Pink is one of my favorite colors and also the most popular colors in weddings. Pink is a kind of color that represents sweetness, romance, gentleness and innocence. Brides may remind of their happy time in her love. Today I’ll show you how to make a pink wedding reception. Each of the decors or centerpieces is easy to make meanwhile inexpensive, hope you’ll like them.
As the autumn comes, do you think about holding a wedding in a barn? Barn wedding has been very popular in these years, for its relatively low cost, convenience and easier-get happiness. Find and rent a barn, DIY the decors and make you wedding unique!
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I guess no matter in Western or Eastern country, an elegant wedding wedding hairstyle is the most important thing for every bride in her big day. But do you know how to make a hairstyle that can help you to be the only superstar in the wedding? If you have no idea, Please look the 20 wedding hairstyles I offer you.
When you start to plan a wedding which kind of wedding cake will be your favorite? If you have no idea, we recommend you the most popular wedding cake style in this year—— the floral wedding cakes. The flowers on the cake can be made by buttercream, which need quite skills and patience. If you are not handy people, you also can get the real flowers to decorate your wedding cakes.
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