Another fantastic wedding season is just around the corner as the warmer weather of June arrives. At this time of year, there are literally hundreds of weddings taking place all over the world. There are always going to be apparent trends that come into play during weddings, despite the fact that weddings have not altered all that much throughout the years. Everyone wants to do something a little bit different, even if it’s only to add a touch of originality to their wedding ceremony. Everyone wants to do something a little bit different. The inventive use of colour, both in clothing and in floral arrangements, is one of the most prominent trends of the current year.
There are a few more unique and stylish colour alternatives that have really taken off recently, despite the fact that classic white is not going to be overtaken in popularity any time soon. Purple is the hue that everyone should strive to achieve this year. Purple, in all its forms, from lavender to eggplant, is one of those hues that exudes an air that is at once rich and refined. This year, it is being used in a wide variety of garments and accessories, ranging from cocktail napkins to bridesmaid gowns. No matter where you decide to utilise it, the colour lilac is an excellent option for a wedding that takes place in the summers.
The use of coloured flower arrangements at weddings is becoming more popular, despite the fact that flowers naturally occur in a real rainbow of hues. This is done to draw attention to the various colour combinations that have been selected for the attire of the people who will be in the bridal party. Gardenias, lilies, orchids, and daisies are some of the bridal flowers that are expected to be the most in demand in 2006. One such common practise that has come to our attention is the use of wildflowers that have been recently cut.
When it comes to wedding cakes, an increasing number of couples are attempting to coordinate the design of their confectionary centrepiece with the overall aesthetic of their big day. For instance, edible flower petals may be used to decorate the top of a wedding cake held in the springtime. We are now beginning to see more couples moving away from the typical bride-and-groom cake toppers and preferring, instead, for monogrammed letters or sugar sculptures as their cake decoration of choice for their wedding cakes. The size of a typical cake continues to fall somewhere in the region of four to five tiers.
In terms of the actual wedding ceremony, we have seen a growing number of couples take vows while facing their guests. This trend is becoming more popular. Additionally, the number of couples who write their own vows continues to rise. In addition, there are a growing number of youngsters who take part in the wedding in some way. These are just some of the ways that couples are customising their wedding ceremonies in 2006. While every couple hopes that their wedding day will be exceptional and unforgettable, these are just some of the ways that couples are personalising their wedding ceremonies in 2006.