Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) February 02, 2013
Weddings are simply not what they were years ago. Now every couples looks for ways to make their wedding stick out. Influenced by the Marshfield News Herald Article, “Elevate the Traditional Wedding with Contemporary Flair”. Do the Bride a Favor offers ways for brides to integrate a bit of modernity to the traditional wedding style.
A themed wedding by color or season would complement this nicely. For a wedding centerpiece consider a variety of cheaper flowers that can be found locally in a garden or flower shop.
Do the Bride a Favor said, “If the bride and groom want to opt for a dessert that is a little different from the classic wedding cake, there are many other desserts they can try. Doughnuts and cupcakes are popular individual treats.”
Individual desserts are less messy and are easier for smaller wedding guests parties.
Receptions do not have to be a catered spread at a huge banquet hall. Wedding couples are choosing light atmospheres and unique foods to be served. In the outdoors, smaller barbeques, picnics, and even potlucks are now popular ways to celebrate together. Hotdogs, burgers, and ribs can replace the typical finger foods. Drinks can also change to reflect the couple's own personal tastes as well. Champagne can be swapped for a non-alcoholic, fizzy champagne soda.
Couples continue to give out delicious edible favors. With the typical mugs, frames and other personalized items, there is a strong chance that the guests will not push them to use. Custom wedding candy like dubble bubble gumballs with a unique design has a stamp has a touch of the couple's style and can be savored later.
With new wedding trends constantly coming and going, it can be hard to keep up with the latest fads. If a couple stays true to their own tastes and embraces a style all their own, they can not really go wrong.
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Do the Bride a Favor specializes in original wedding favor ideas and news for the bride to be. We focus on creating special and memorable experiences for every wedding guest in attendance. We also research and offer ideas for wedding gifts and candy opportunities through our weekly articles.