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The National Wedding Show

We had our hands full this weekend at The National Wedding Show in Earl’s Court – learning what’s hot and what’s not. We’ve been taking note of all the latest wedding trends for 2015 fresh from the catwalk.  Here are just some of the main highlights which Brides should watch out for…

Pastels Please – A consistent theme throughout the Show was popular pastel colours which are  set to make their mark on 2015 weddings.  The gorgeous pastels of Sage, Blush and Coral were concurrent throughout the stalls – stunning colours to incorporate into your 2015 wedding.

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Black wedding dresses

Black wedding dress

Is black the next white?

When you think of wedding gowns,  a white or ivory dress comes to mind but recently designers such as Vera Wang have been experimenting with a bold alternative; black. Some may say it can look distinctly Gothic, therefore undermining love, while others may say it is a statement dress that everyone will remember.

Brides have been wearing white since the Victorian era so is it time for a new colour to be introduced? It will be interesting to see if this trend will reach local bridal boutiques or will be restricted to the cat walks.

Wedding “Mad Libs”

Mad Libs have always been popular in the USA as a fun way for children to learn about adjectives nouns and verbs by inserting them as appropriate – or as inappropriate – into a pre-written paragraph.

We thought this wedding Mad Lib would be a fun alternative to a guest book at receptions as a lasting, and amusing, memento of your guests. Leave them on the tables for guests to complete when they first sit down as they will act as a great icebreaker at the start of the meal.

Create your own version or order from Weddings by Lilly. It is an American web site, however owner Lilly Childers is happy to ship to Guides for Brides followers in the UK.

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