60’s Wedding Theme Highlighted in Recent Articles from Local Seattle Wedding Planner

Katie Aweida at Wonderstruck Event Design expands the horizons of modern wedding themes by recommending a blast from the past. Her latest blog posts provide excellent tips and ideas regarding a wedding theme from the 60’s.

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History has proven to the world time and time again that an old fad can become the newest trend. Katie Aweida at Wonderstruck Event Design has brought the sleek sixties decade into a new light.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 17, 2014

History has proven to the world time and time again that an old fad can become the newest trend. Katie Aweida at Wonderstruck Event Design has brought the sleek sixties decade into a new light. A vintage sixties wedding theme is a fantastic throwback to a fashion rich era. Katie posted a three-part series of trends of the sixties. To view the article on the trendy sixties, click here.

The first article begins with fashion statements from the 60’s decade. Referencing classic figures like Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Elizabeth Taylor, Katie discusses the origins of the fashion trends of the 60’s and how they affected America. She demonstrates the 60’s wedding gown fashion designs using photos from a featured article in the Seattle Bride Magazine.

Men are not exempt from the style of the 60’s! Katie references colorful suit options, striped and checkered outfits, shirts with frills, and bold patterned ties. Pick and choose an ensemble for the groom and his groomsmen and bring the world of the sixties back to life!

The second blog post details the decor aspect of a 60’s themed wedding. From bring colors and pop art to comics and Lichtenstein’s, “Ohhh…Alright…” piece, Katie provides numerous exciting 60’s decor themes and ideas.

Katie moves onto food and activity suggestions, recommending that the planners purchase “Hors d’Oeuvre and Canapés” by James Beard. The article is full of savory appetizer and main course ideas. There were numerous games and activities that came out in the sixties, such as Twister, that can be used to entertain guests and make for a lively reception.

No wedding would be complete without music. Katie’s final post includes a massive playlist from the sixties in several different genres. She throws out ideas for the first dance, groovy song choices, slow and snappy suggestions, and iconic songs that characterize the sixties music era.

Old is made new with Katie’s bright and fancy recommendations for a fabulous sixties wedding. For more information, visit the Wonderstruck Event Design website.

About Wonderstruck Event Design:
Wonderstruck is a local Seattle service led by Katie Aweida offering professional event design. Katie describes herself as a “formerly practicing architect, a student of the graphic arts, an advocate of confetti and sparkles, and a planner to the max.” She loves to bring fun and life to parties and weddings and has left behind a trail of happy clients.

http://wonderstruckeventdesign.com

1300 S. Dearborn Street
Seattle, WA 98144

katie(at)wonderstruckeventdesign(dot)com

206-538-0543


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