Inspiration comes from many sources, and the wedding trends for 2019 are no exception.
First, there’s the dress. Professed Anglophile or not, the Royal Wedding kicked off a return to simple and classic gown designs. Meghan Markle’s bateau-necked dress was low on bedazzling but high on style with its clean lines and tailored shape.
Then, there are the flowers. Pantone deemed Living Coral its color of the year, and bouquets are following suit. But, flowers aren’t the only foliage gracing receptions. Grasses, especially the beautifully freeform pampas grass, are a nontraditional approach for anything from handheld arrangements to largescale installations.
And, lastly, there’s the ambiance. Metals are chic, with golds and coppers leading the pack. Candles lend a romantic mood – choose a favorite scent to really create a personalized space.
All in all, whether you follow the trends or buck them is secondary – what’s important is to enjoy your day and the people around you.
Rya Collection ivory silk ROBE/CHEMISE, available at Lillies & Lace
Vera Wang TUXEDO, available at Jos. A. Bank
Enzoani Logan GOWN and Giselle VEIL; both available at The Wedding Dress Shoppe
Model: Chloe Puckett & Trevor Wilson (UC Models)
Makeup: Michael Alejandro Stevenson
Styling Assistants: Tyler Moore & Gabriella Vitagliano
Florals: Eco Chic Blossoms, 713 N Fourth Street #100
Furniture: Relic Vintage Rentals
Table, Settings & Linens: Party Suppliers & Rentals, 4013 Oleander Drive
Location: Bakery105, 105 Orange Street
To view more of photographer Melissa Herbert’s work, go to melissahebert.com
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