Bride Fashion Week
We are best known for our wedding koozieZ but wedding fashion is important when choosing the kookie colors, so whether you are tying the knot or not, the dresses and styles for 2013 wedding fashions shown at bride fashion week. Some of the best and most beautiful gowns are being seen on the runway.
Before going into gowns, decorations, themes, wedding favor etc… Take a look at the Top 10 Wedding Color Combinations of 2013
1.Tangerine Tango & Hot Pink- representing bright and encouraging. Now, I know these colors sounds ver the top but despite both colors being bright the hot pink bring a softness to the combo.
2. Blush Pink & Pewter Gray- gorgeous and elegant. The pink is light and they grey brings an elegance to the mix. This combination is on a high and hasn’t been seen in years! Great colors for table decorations. Matching these colors with koozies would be simple and classy.
3.Blue Willow & White-this blue color is flattering for just about any bride. These colors are very popular trend for 2012 and is continuing into 2013.
4.White On White- Traditional colors will never die. I’m not talking only about starch white but cream, ivory, eggshell, vanilla, magnolia, so many shades of white that are great for the bohemian style.
5.Red & Pink- Now I know how this sounds Valentines but add a little silver to the mix to separate the colors and use the colors in the right place and this can be pulled off
6.Sweet Lilac & Margarita– A light purple touch would be beautiful for a gown and works for both fair and dark complexions.
7.Rainbow- I am not talking about rainbows actually just add colorful parasols, bouquets, shoe or socks and add some brightness warm colors to your big day.
8.Olive Green & Topaz-Great Fall Colors, rich and vibrant. The mi is warm and inviting
10.Peach & Silver– Another comeback color along with sea foam green. Very cool color combination for spring and summer. Sea Foam Green Koozies are in style these days.
The 2012-2013 wedding fashions are all inspired b y nature and a 1940’s twist.
More and more brides are asking for a flapper look, with lace, pearls, antique rhinestones and broaches. The bridal gowns are ivory or a light beige sand color. Think of this look as timeless, classy, vintage, romantic, elegant and soft all at the same time.
At the recent Bridal Fashion week well-known designers are following the trends. Both Vera Wang and Oscar del Renta sent models out in crimson-hues dresses.
Temperley London showcased intricately beaded veils and bohemian-inspired column silhouettes perfect for the free-spirited bride. These dresses are a perfect mix of flapper style and egyptian goddess
Reem Acra honed in on her signature brand of luxe embroidery, as seen in her expertly detailed skirt overlays and bustier necklines.
These looks are timeless, classy, vintage, romantic, elegant and soft all at the same time.
Locations and Decorations:
A wedding Fit for a Queen: Think of the ballroom in Titanic chandeliers, antique buffets, trunks, vintage white milk glass vases in assorted styles, and tall over the top arrangements with fluffy ostrich feathers amid lush white and cream flowers. Brides are choosing peonies, roses, hydrangeas, Queen Ann’s lace, and fresh stephanotis with pearl pins. Beauty, elegance and class are all bundled up in a wedding fit the for royalty.
The Free Spirited Bohemian Style: Nature Inspired, using local mixed garden flowers and grasses in assorted vessels such as antique watering cans, soda pop bottles, or mason jars. This wedding theme portrays a lovingly care free bride whom favors the look of burlap runners with tons of candles in different jam jars placed whimsically on the tables.
The bouquets in fashion for 2013 are still a lot f white however colorful bouquets are coming back in style as well. Not much has changed and the elegant ribbon wrapped around the flowers is still as popular as it was last season. However, the single flower with stems exposed is also rolling over to the 2013 wedding fashion.
Going for the more Bohemian look using an old handkerchief from a family member is a great alternative to the ribbon and gives the bouquet a special meaning to the “something old” requirement.
Top 10 Wedding Locations:
No particular order
1. Lindos Wedding Venue in St Pauls Bay
2. Betsy Barn in Pennsylvania
3. Stonebridge Farm and Nursery in Ambridge
4.Glades Pike Winery near Seven Springs
5. Royal Hideaway Playacar in Mexico
6. Half Moon Resort, Jamaica
7.The Ocean Club in the Bahamas
8. Hilton Resort in Honolulu, Hawaii
9. Vatulele Island Resort in Fiji
10. Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Anywhere