San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
Following an article that appeared in the Times Free Press Do The Bride A Favor was intrigued to follow a series of new wedding trends, concluding that the modern wedding often bears little to no resemblance to its historical precursors.
Instrumental to this conclusion were comments and analyses from several wedding planners quoted in the story. These experts insisted custom wedding favors are the norm now, with candy buffets being "all the rage" -- where guests can scoop out confections such as gumballs, chocolate truffles, M & M's, Smores and more. Of particular interest to Do The Bride A Favor's editor were additional modern wedding trends listed in the Times Free Press story, including
1) interactive "Wedsites," which utilize cyberspace in the wedding planning and invitations process
2) colorful, custom-made bridal gowns that veer away from tradition
3) hip hop music
4) cakes and other creative confections designed and shipped from locations all over the world
5) "barn and farm" outdoor wedding locations
6) photo booths
Do The Bride A Favor was highly impressed by the eclecticism and imagination inherent in these descriptions, and concluded that for brides, grooms and wedding planners alike, the new wedding is all about breaking some rules, while also inventing brand new ones.
Do The Bride A Favor concluded that for the second decade of the twenty first century, wedding planning will be defined by bold new trend-setting limited only by the imagination.
Do The Bride A Favor uses research and trend-watching to cultivate a unique and definitive experience for wedding guests, dispensing tips and advice to individuals connected to the wedding favor industry, and those interested in dispensing one-of-a-kind wedding favors. Do The Bride A Favor's goal is to think "outside the box" when it comes to giving a trinket, or token.