San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2013
Wedding décor is quickly becoming one of the top ways of making a wedding stand out from the crowd. Many brides are ditching the regular décor of flowers and lace and opting for bold, bright colors, or incorporating everyday items into centerpieces. On June 26, 2013, The Huffington Post published an article entitled “Wedding Ideas for Modern Brides”, and Do the Bride a Favor is taking this article as inspiration to discuss the newest trends in wedding décor.
Brides are beginning to incorporate local flavor into their décor. Native plants and flowers add a rustic, casual tone to weddings. Some brides are even using succulents or cacti in their receptions. Fruit and herbs also make wonderful centerpieces and tablescapes - and can be used as favors as well.
For a more formal feel, incorporating dark, rich colors with a hint of gold or silver will take any reception up a notch in terms of style and formality.
For a home-spun feel, opt for fabric décor and fabric flowers. Many online retailers are offering fabric flower bouquets and custom pennant banners. These fabric flowers can also be used as place cards, or to decorate gifts for guests such as different flavors of sugar free candy or local honey.
To incorporate a theme into the wedding décor, pick a few aspects to weave the theme into, and stick to it. Going overboard on theme items in the décor can make any wedding look tacky. Opt for subtle hints of the chosen theme.
Most importantly, wedding décor should be fun and should reflect the personality of both the bride and groom.
Do the Bride a Favor gives décor advice that every bride can use, including using local flowers, herbs, and fruit, incorporating fabrics into wedding décor, and how to keep a theme tasteful.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor is a website dedicated to bringing brides and party planners favor ideas, candy inspiration, and advice on throwing one-of-a-kind parties and events.