Releases 2013 Wedding Trends

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Do the Bride a Favor releases their list of top wedding trends for 2013.

Spring is in the air and with it comes the beginning of Do the Bride a Favor’s favorite time of year, wedding season. But, what can guests expect to see when attending weddings this season? As The Examiner points out weddings are becoming more personal and more inventive due to the plethora of resources that brides have at their fingertips. Do the Bride a Favor agrees with The Examiner and puts personalization at the top of their 2013 wedding trends list.

Personal touches can be added to almost every aspect of the wedding. The internet is bursting with ideas. Brides can order a custom made cake topper or personalized bridal chocolates. Creating a theme that speaks about the couple adds a special feel. Wedding favors can be used to add a personal touch by allowing the couple to include their favorite candy, a custom gum ball or other personalized treat.

Additionally, Do the Bride a Favor recognizes the do-it-yourself trend for weddings in 2013. More brides are turning to this option as a way of saving money and adding personal touches. Many websites like Pinterest and The Knot allow couples to search for ideas that fit their own unique style and can even offer step by step instructions for creating elements of the big day.

Another trend guests can expect to see this wedding season is vivid color. Not the typical pairings, but bright colors like emerald, coral, black, ruby and even gold. Color can be added to weddings without being tacky. JSonline recommends using bold “splashes of color liven up your decor and create a memorable atmosphere.”

Do the Bride a favor is excited about the upcoming 2013 wedding season and looks forward to seeing more personal touches, some even created by the bride, along with bold uses of color.

About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor believes each wedding should be unique and special. We provide favor ideas, tips and wedding news and hope to inspire brides.

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