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How to Style Your Wedding – Meet the Wedding Planner
/ September 26th, 2018 / There are currently 0 comments
How To Style Your Wedding
Life can be very busy for couples planning the perfect wedding day. Trying to keep tabs on all the small details and creating a memorable day can become a challenge. Unsure how to style your wedding? Involving a wedding and events planner is a great way of freeing up your time and getting everything sorted.
Events by Keenda
Every wedding day is different and there are so many ways to plan and style the day. So we’ve asked an expert wedding and events planner to share some ways in which you can start the styling process. Keenda from Events by Keenda has Kindly put together some top tips on how to style your wedding.
How to style your wedding
With likes of Pinterest and wedding blogs with a plethora of images to entice you, most couples are overwhelmed on where to start. As a couple, you have to firstly decide what is important to you. Is it the aesthetics, the feel, the food or even the music? Choose at least three elements and base them as priorities as you begin your styling brainstorm.
Where to get started?
Use your styling to tell your story or reflect your personality into your big day. Do you have a favourite memory or past time you can draw on? Can you use elements from where and how you got engaged? Do you both share a passion that you want to share with your guests?
Pinterest is a good place to get your creative juices flowing but remember all the things you like may not come together as one cohesive concept. That’s ok, your wedding mood board will be an ever changing working progress. You will eventually be able to filter out what doesn’t go with your overall styling theme and once you relate that back to what you considered as important, you should then have your design concept narrowed down.
Draw inspiration from your surroundings from magazines to films and even other weddings you have attended. Always keep and open mind because you don’t know where your light bulb moment will come from.
- Venue is probably your biggest canvas so work with that and use it as a guidance. Enhance on existing features and use the space to your advantage. Ask to see a portfolio of previous weddings to get an idea of what you can or can’t do.
- Colour palette is also important and it is ideal to have a few dominant tones enhanced by ascent colours which tend to be more neutral tones. Six should give you enough flexibility to play with.
- Don’t fall in the trap of trends unless you actually like and want it at your wedding, then in that case go all out!
- When it comes to flowers bare in mind what is available in the season.
- Create a style board or look book to see your vision come together.
Remember you can ask suppliers for advice, they will have the knowledge to let you know what works and what doesn’t.
Follow Keenda on Instagram for some amazing wedding inspiration or see her website Events by Keenda for more wedding hints and tips or to book your wedding consultation.
It’s All In The Detail
We love to see our real brides in tea length wedding dresses and see how they’ve styled their wedding day. If you would like to find out more about short and vintage style wedding dresses that can be styled we’d love to help. Book your one to one wedding dress consultation today.
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