Blast From The Past – Hot Wedding Trends You Can Borrow

Every bride wants her wedding to stand out. So if you’d rather not do what everyone else is doing, but still want a stylish wedding that everyone will remember, why not borrow some trends from the past? The Huffington Post has an informative piece by Rachel Griffiths titled “The 14 Hottest Wedding Trends For 2014” that could be just what you’re looking for. The main take away from the article: Romance.

This is how Griffiths puts it, “We went up and down the coasts talking to wedding experts and everyone agrees: 2014 will be the year of true romance. Weddings are going softer, sweeter, lusher and more heartfelt. It’s a return to classic chivalry, to the things that made our mothers cry, and it’s happening just in time for you to melt hearts and make memories.”

Take a peek at the opening trio of items to get an idea of what was hot that year.

1. Pink is back! Do you already feel like a blushing bride? Carry that sweet love over to your color scheme, says Tara Guérard, the event designer behind ultra-luxe Soirée in Charleston and New York. “It’s the nudes, the blushes, the peaches — not Pepto Bismol pink!” she announces.

2. The return to romance ushers in a new love for the formality of days gone by. Think white-gloved waiters and big band dancing, crystal candlesticks and gold-rimmed china. One major bridal inspiration for the return to tradition comes from Hollywood. “It’’s the look of ‘The Great Gatsby,’” says Beth Helmsetter of Beth Helmsetter Events in Los Angeles. Her brides are still falling hard for the bubbly, approachable elegance of the Roaring Twenties.

3. Pattern is making a new play but throw out the hard-edged looks. “Chevron was big last year,” says Tara, “but now I’m seeing trellis-patterns, bold stripes and florals.”

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Whatever type of wedding you have in mind, ensure that you work with bridal consultants who understand your needs and desires and will help you find exactly what you’re looking for.