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Thursday, January 8, 2015

The State of Matrimony 2015

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Sheryl Davies, Guest Author

Every couple envisions their wedding day as being the stuff dreams are made of. And this season is no different as we find them immersed in dazzling details, wrapped in fabulous fabrics and sparkling accents.

From chic and elegant to informal and fun, today’s couples are willing to invest to get the wedding of their dreams and many of them are covering the cost themselves.

transmit 12214616Rustic weddings are increasingly popular, but the age of elegance and luxury is definitely in. Think Great Gatsby, champagne toasts and art deco. Downtown formality with crystal chandeliers, textured, shimmery, gorgeous linen, candlesticks, sparkle and pearls are now in the spotlight as the look of this upcoming season. Elements of gold, silver and copper are sentimental and add a rich feel to the decor.

Decorator Diane Spencler, owner of Designs by Diane loves this look. “Rose gold is hot, but hard to find and I have it,” she says. She’s ordered new candelabras, vases and fabulous linens to complement what brides are seeking. She says, “There’s a lot coming in, but I’ll be ordering more elegant and amazing accents to heighten that ‘glam’ feel.”

Accessories such as bird cages, lanterns and big flowers will also dominate receptions. Professional lighting is also a big consideration; it has a dramatic impact of the look, feel and mood, while creating an original experience for the guests.

Look for the palette of blue this season, from aqua to royal navy, its presence will be seen everywhere signifying serenity, peace and loyalty. Toasted Almond, Custard, Tangerine, Strawberry Ice and Glacier Gray will round out the fashion colours as reported by The Pantone Color Institute.

Innovative signs will be everywhere as couples communicate memorable, unique and distinctive messages at ceremonies and receptions.

Couples continue to choose unique statements for their venues which range from beach to yacht, museum to mansion and mountain top to garden weddings. Outdoor settings are still popular, as well as the traditional settings of clubs, wineries and hotels.

When it comes to seating options, many brides and grooms are eliminating head tables completely and going to either a sweetheart table for the two of them, or sitting with their parents and friends.

The club atmosphere is still a popular feature with receptions featuring a swanky lounge area with sleek leather banquettes and seductive mood lighting, dotted with many nooks and crannies for guests to carry on conversations.

Today’s brides are delighting in delicious wedding gowns in all colours of the rainbow from soft blush to mint, icy blue, mocha or even black. Luxurious fabrics of lace, silk, satin, taffeta and tulle are all favoured options; some embellished with sequins, glitter and crystals.

Nelly Semaan, owner of His & Hers Wear and Bridal says, “This season it’s all about romance, femininity and elegance and we’re seeing tulle ball gowns making a huge comeback. There’s something special for every bride to choose from… Look for a lot of back details, which are delightful.”

From long and elegant to short and sassy, bridal gowns are sporting unique and detailed open backs with styles to suit any figure. Frothy ruffles, sleeves, belts and pockets add to the design features. Long cathedral veils and romantic mantillas silhouette the bride’s face, but expect to also see fascinators, jewel-encrusted headpieces and stunning garlands of flowers in her hair.

Flowers are always a signature statement at receptions and this year will be no different. Bridal bouquets will be larger than in past seasons, with generous arrangements of flowers. One colour may dominate, or the bouquet may sport but one single magnificent flower. You’ll see simple, but towering, bright green centrepieces and pomanders for the flower girl. Brooch bouquets are still garnering a lot of attention and evolving from last season.

Farm-to-table is an important consideration in creating both innovative and organic menus. Caterers are working with couples to create meals where the local bounty is a prime consideration in menu planning, particularly during summer receptions.

Recently elected City Councillor and proprietor of Rino’s Kitchen & Ale House, Chef Rino Bortolin, believes “there is no better way to ensure a creative, fresh, seasonal menu for your guests than by considering the taste of place and sourcing the best local ingredients. From big table country dinners to small quaint local restaurants, let your chef create an experience that will elevate your celebration, while supporting the local economy.”

Fun food bars are still hot too: donuts, snow cones, biscuits, pasta, coffee, waffles, and more inventive items will be served to delighted guests as part of a culinary adventure.

Wedding cakes are stunning for 2015 with metallic influences of gold and silver. Embellished with flowers and decorated with ribbon, pearls, sparkles and unique cake toppers are often a focal point for picture taking. Once the traditional cake-cutting is done, it signals the end of the wedding meal. Stephanie Bouttette, owner of The Cake Lady sees “the rustic look gaining momentum, with cakes decorated with both burlap and lace! Larger cakes are back and the more tiers the cake has, the more the glitter I will be decorating with!” She loves to create and deliver unique personalized designs each season.

Gift cards have taken on a new status as a wedding present. Once considered impersonal, today they make a perfect gift. They are easy to wrap and the bride and groom can shop anytime; a perfect pastime after months of wedding planning.

Although no two weddings are identical, at the end of the day, one thing is certain: two people totally in love with one another are legally married. Whether it’s a small intimate affair or a large ballroom reception, they will have stood before others to sanctify their vows and celebrate with their family and friends.

The 2015 wedding season will be a WoW from the vows to the end of the reception. It will be detail driven, emotional and filled with joy as it reflects the signature style and personality of the couple marrying.

BONUS Article: Sneak Peek: The Hottest 2015 Wedding Trends
10 Top Wedding Trends for 2015!
7 Wedding Trends for Couples to Watch Out For in 2015

SherylDaviesCopyright © 2015 – Sheryl Davies. Sheryl Davies is the Publisher of The Wedding Guide Windsor/Essex County, and President of DMS Communications. Sheryl is also the Canadian representative of EWEDNewz.com, New York City. She also serves as a Social Media Commentator for businesses locally as well throughout the U.S. As a proud supporter and advocate for the Arts, she is a founding member of the Canada South Festival Network and a past president of the Arts Council Windsor Region. Sheryl spent 18 years as one of the original organizers of Bluesfest International.

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Top Winter Wedding Trends

Who says you can’t get married during the winter? As it turns out, more and more couples are opting to say “I do” among the chilliest of seasons — from November through February — and it can be done both tastefully and creatively. From cold-weather color themes to seasonal favors, here are some of the most popular trends to take advantage of when having a winter wedding.

Bold color palette ~ While there’s nothing wrong with incorporating bright pinks, oranges and yellows into a winter wedding, some of the more popular color trends include darker hues such as shades of red, violets or emerald greens. Additionally, white and silver is also go-to winter wedding colors, as they resemble shimmering snow and icicles. Think ceremonies or bouquets festooned with white-painted branches, pearls, ivory flowers, hurricane votive candles, paper lanterns, and so forth.

WinterWEDTrendsCozy touches ~ From attire to appetizers, get creative with giving your wedding that cozy feel.

“Brides can play up the seasonal look with fun, coordinating accessories for the bridesmaids, mothers and even the men,” says Amy Fuerstenberg, co-owner of wedding planning company Mi Mi Design based in Minneapolis. For example, knit scarves, cardigans or fur boleros can make unique photos accents or even bridesmaid and groomsmen gifts. As for food, you can’t go wrong with hearty dishes, like Mac-and-cheese bites, pasta and mashed potato stations or even shot glasses filled with small portions of hot soup. For dessert, ask your caterer about offering hot cocoa, eggnog, pies or other seasonal favorites with your cake.

Winter blooms ~ You don’t necessarily see sunflowers and daisies often in the cold weather, but there’s certainly no shortage of elegant winter florals to adorn your bouquets and centerpieces. Say your color theme is white: Your best bet for a bouquet would be a mix of white or ivory amaryllis, calla lilies, orchids, tulips, and anemones, which mesh beautifully together and never go out of style. For a festive red winter theme, consider blossoms among roses, poinsettias, winterberries, anemones, amaryllis, gloriosa lilies, calla lilies, and cymbidium orchids. Want to add a little more seasonal oomph? Don’t be afraid of adding acorns, sparkly brooches or even paper snowflakes to your bouquet. Talk with your florist about your options.

Wintry-themed favors ~ It’s always nice to show your guests appreciation with a gift – and a fun way to do this is to stick to the winter theme. So why not provide personalized ornaments around December or delicious chocolate truffles in February? A more recent trend also includes offering your favorite cookie ingredients nestled inside a mason jar. Provide the recipe with it and you’ve got a favor that will keep your guests — and their bellies — happy. Another sweet send-off idea is to offer the ever-popular candy bar, where guests can pick and choose what kinds of candies they’d like to take home. To give it that wintry feel, color-coordinate the candies to fit your theme. For instance, with an all-white winter wedding, think candies like Jordan almonds, white M&Ms, yogurt-covered pretzels, etc.

Frosty photos ~ There’s something magical about a wintry, neutral backdrop, especially if there’s snow in the forecast for your special day. Well, maybe not in Arizona unless you have your wedding in Flagstaff. Larry’s NOTE: I preform my “romantic” wedding ceremony at many of the terrific wedding venues in Flagstaff, AZ.

“It started snowing as we were having dinner, so we headed outside with our photographer,” says a Minnesota resident, Ashley Bohmbach, who exchanged vows in the winter. “They’re hands-down my favorite photos and some of my favorite memories of the day. I wish I could make it snow for every winter bride’s wedding!” Another idea to capture the weather without becoming freezing: Since winter weddings are rarely held outside, if possible, choose a venue with large windows that will capture the wintry essence outside as you make your walk down the aisle.

One of the best parts about wedding in the winter? ~ “Unlike the wedding-packed months of June and July, there’s a lot less competition for dates in the winter,” explains Fuerstenberg. And with such large availability can also come large savings. “Some DJs, transportation companies and photographers will give off-season discounts, and a lot of reception venues lower their food and beverage minimum,” she says.

There’s so much to love about a winter wonderland of a wedding. So if you know you’re meant to get hitched during early or late winter season, then you shouldn’t eliminate it right off the bat. After all, spring and summer aren’t the only wedding showstoppers these days. Let the cold-weather wedding planning begin.

righthondaCopyright © 2014 – Right Honda. This article is presented by Right Honda, Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

On the Way to Your Wedding Day

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Sheryl Davies, Guest Author

Planning that once-in-a-lifetime celebration is all about attention to detail with couples showing their individuality and signature-style. Through the years, while some things about weddings change, others remain exactly the same. While the past is fondly remembered, this year, the present is important too! Save the date cards, self-written vows, mismatched bridesmaid dresses and eco-friendly touches are all new additions to this upcoming wedding season.

something-blueVeils, cakes, the first dance, champagne, lace, tulle, something old, new, borrowed, blue, and wedding photographs have all remained constant, in an ever-evolving wedding day. New social media such as Facebook and Twitter and the online personalized bridal widgets and web casting of the ceremony in real time, highlight all the couple’s news and the wedding day festivities. But this season’s focus is on retro chic and the Hollywood days of glamour.

The vintage glamour look continues this year, and is continuing strong as the Great Gatsby opens. There’s a breath-taking ambiance to today’s weddings. The “something new” could be hair extensions, while “something blue” can be the sky over a Jamaican destination wedding. Honeymoons are all-inclusive and brides and grooms are gravitating to luxury resorts with their amazing meal packages and opportunities for many different adventures..

The traditional black tuxedo is back for the gents and for the bride, it’s all about accessories; gloves and pearls. The bird cage veil and the emergence of bridal hats and the bouffant or French twist hair styles, make for an elegant look. The inspiration comes from the sophistication of the 50’s and 60’s. Strapless wedding gowns are as dominant as they have been in the past, and, they will quite likely continue to be in the future, but expect to see sashes of all colour tones,high waistlines, detailed backs and ribbons and bows. Gold is back for engagement and wedding bands after an absence of a few years, where silver was prominent as the metal of choice.

Invitations range from fun to fancy formal, and some even have illustrations of the bride and groom illustrated in pencil sketched artwork. Look for vibrant colours that match the wedding’s theme such as regal purple, turquoise/raspberry, as well as the traditional and elegant colour scheme of black and white.

firstdanceBrides and grooms are revamping their first dance with a routine that is a medley of songs, replacing the traditional first dance of the reception, which in 2013, is just called the “party”.

Weddings are elegant with a lot of character. For comfort you’ll find wedding venues with comfy couches and living room settings, set up for the ceremony and reception; adding increased comfort and cosiness for the guests. Sit down dinners are still in style, but look for cocktail receptions with a supper club feel- cocktails- think, martinis, Manhattans, old fashioned cocktails and big band sounds.

Wedding cakes continue to be tiered, but the trend is to more white cakes with butter cream or fondant icing, topped with an heirloom antique cake topper of a bride and groom. Colourful macaroons are replacing cupcakes. Dance floors are adorned with custom vinyl monograms of the bride and groom’s initials. And look for special lighting, which amps up the décor of the reception site, adding warmth and atmosphere.

On this special day, couples want their signature style shining through. The possibilities are endless! From sheer whimsy to the outrageously breath-taking, today’s couples are style-makers and it shows!

daviesCopyright © 2013 – Sheryl Davies. Sheryl Davies is a long-time wedding industry veteran who has seen the changes but also knows why they came about. She has published “The Wedding Guide Windsor|Essex County” since 1990. She hosts radio shows for her clients on http://www.am800cklw.com. Visit Sheryl’s Blog and Facebook page and http://www.Facebook.com/sheryldavies.

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Biggest Wedding Trend in 2013 is to Buck the Trend

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Sheryl Davies, Guest Author

Every bride envisions her wedding day as being the stuff that dreams are made of. And this season is no different, as we find weddings steeped in beautiful details, wrapped in fabulous fabrics, sparkling gem accents and featuring stunning bouquets and centerpieces. There will be delectable and creative cakes and unique locations to round out the day.

dessertTABLEToday, it is more important to couples than ever, to be true to who they are; rather than follow the traditions of the past. No longer do you have to be pushed into a scenario that isn’t totally you!

The biggest trend in 2013 is to buck the trend; each couple can do what makes them happy and what reflects their personalities. Most nuptials today are a reflection of the bride and groom, their lifestyle and what makes them comfortable.

Wedding gowns have definitely shifted from white and ivory to popular pink this season and the pinks are simply stunning! You can literally get married in any colour dress you choose.

It is evident in such practices as “First Look”, when the couple and their wedding party meet for a photo session, prior to the ceremony.

Alternate bridal registries and dessert bars, pizzazz lighting and cart service add to this list. Today’s gorgeous bridal fashion, over – the- top decorated theme receptions, delicious food, stunning photography and musical and lighting wows are all part and parcel of what makes wedding receptions the event of a lifetime for marrying couples and their guests.

Bridal fashions have come a long way and are bedazzling with gowns in many colour palettes from red to black, blush pink, vibrant blue to mint green. This year, sleeves are in, lace, chiffon, satin and silk are favourite fabrics. A huge trend in gowns has them encrusted with beautiful trim that catches the light with a high shine and a lot of bling.

For the first time, the details in the back neckline of the gown are stunning. The biggest trend this year is the bridal gown. As predicted last season, Bridesmaid gowns continue to be different colours, and styles, which make them flattering to wear again, after the wedding is over. The new Pantone colours for 2013 highlight the dusk and inky blues, poppy red, shades of greens in jade, emerald and lime tones and a carry forward from last season, palettes in the orange and purple family with Nectarine and African violet. Neutrals like white and cream continue to be strong with gray as a contender, too.

bridalshoesHeadwear continues to look big for next season’s brides; lace caps, birdcage fascinators, veils (short and long), and flowers in the hair. Hats and gloves are also on the horizon and set to make a big comeback.

One of the most important accessories to come on the scene in the past few years has been the bridal shoe. They are adorned with jewels, bows, lace as they peek out from under her bridal gown. Bridal bouquets are real or silk and full of jeweled accents and, they can be rhinestone bling or ribbon handled as they create a classic and timeless feeling. Backdrops are becoming huge and will continue to grow in popularity.

Backgrounds behind the head table can be comprised of ribbon in multi-colors, yards of lace or garlands of flowers to add a sense of style and glamour to the reception. Always a compromise, wedding planning for this upcoming season offers so much choice that it will be easier to find exactly what the bride is looking for. Nostalgia continues with vintage, rustic and retro themes that are beautiful and full of elegance.

After hours and hours of planning, a couple needs to remember to enjoy their day with their eyes fixed on their future life. Their individual wedding style will be the foundation of the life they build together.

Larry’s NOTE: Different is good! I’m finding that many brides and grooms are tossing traditional protocol in favor of elements that display their own individualities.

BONUS Article: Wedding Inspiration 2013

daviesCopyright © 2013 – Sheryl Davies. Sheryl Davies is a long-time wedding industry veteran who has seen the changes but also knows why they came about. She has published “The Wedding Guide Windsor|Essex County” since 1990. She hosts radio shows for her clients on http://www.am800cklw.com. Visit Sheryl’s Blog and Facebook page and http://www.Facebook.com/sheryldavies.

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