The Big Events top tips for Wedding Fashion 2010
A wedding ceremony is something that could be connected with fashion. Just as the ramp updates its yearly collection, so does wedding trends. You might be interested about what’s in and out of the wedding aisle and venue for 2009. The line-up of creations and recommendations might help you get an idea for the next in-thing in preparing for your wedding day.
There are different beliefs and practices when it comes to planning for a wedding ceremony. Lifestyle magazines, fashion designers and even wedding reception experts and planners have fused their ideas together to come up with something new for 2009.
We started our study asking to a wedding planner in Italy what are the wedding trends for next year. Rosie McGrath Panchini and The Big Event team can assure you that we have the expertise to professionally take care of all your requirements. (www.thebigevent.biz)
For 2010 Rosie suggests a wedding gown style based on pretty much any era of fashion and still be extremely fashionable!
- For those of you who are hopeless romantics and want the real “princess” experience, the good news is that the ballroom wedding dress is back in fashion, not just in white. Colours are expected to be seen on 2010 brides.
- The silhouette dress is a must for brides with a perfect hourglass figure.
- We are really happy to see that Vintage dresses from the 50’s are popluar for 2010. Either knee length, tea length dressers with full skirts, bolero jackets, short gloves with birdcage veils. The Tea length dress is a must for the less formal wedding and for brides with great legs and shoes
- There are lots of belted dresses for 2010. One of my favourites is the wonderful 50’s style full length dresses that is so flattering.
One of the best websites we have seen for stunning dresses ( and for 2010 at much more affordable prices than her previous collections) is the Vera Wang site. This collection brought out colors, debuting a green strapless wedding gown with layers of light silks, an empire bodice with a slight ball gown silhouette and a green silk wrap at the waist. The belt accessory seemed to be more popular with this collection of wedding gowns. There was a gown with a belt was a light tan color in flowing layers; the gown was stunning. One of my favourites from the 2010 Vera Wang collection of gowns was a strapless white gown with a bodice that, at the top, is a silvery beaded pattern, which softly tapers to the waist and wraps around the back, tied in a bow. Then the silhouette flows out in layers of lace; it looked like a gown that a princess would be proud to wear.
Also see the Philippa Lepley web site for a completely gorgeous selection of dresses too!
Hair accessories don’t always make or break the look but when it comes to weddings, they can speak volumes in terms of the image you’d like to put forward. Check out the hair trends for spring 2010 fresh from the runways, as well as some suggestions for more affordable alternatives.
This star-studded updo was spotted at the Carolina Herrera show. Lace sunburst, star diamond, and diamond starfish brooches by Tiffany & Co. adorn a simple updo. You don’t have to buy brooches from Tiffany to achieve the same effect; sparkly Swarovski hair clips will do just the trick.
Today, there are no longer any rigid rules for what veil lengths and styles are appropriate for weddings. Whatever guidelines to wedding veils there are have more to do with your personal sense of style and your proportions.
The blusher is a short veil that is worn over the face during the wedding ceremony, although it can also come in shoulder lengths. The blusher veil alone is considered informal, but many chic brides prefer it because it draws more attention to their dress. Blushers can either be made of English netting, or tulle.
The medium-length fingertip veil is the most popular length because it suits more figures and silhouettes. Like the name says, the fingertip veils usually extend to below or above where your fingertips hit when your arms hang down.
So the message, you can really dress up or down, there really are no rules!
The Big Event’s top five tips for hassle-free nuptials…
1) choose a very experienced wedding planner, meet with her / him first or get a recommendation from either one of the hotels or a friend. Speak or email previous clients that have worked with the company so that you can get a true reference. Make sure you have a really good feeling between both of you and the wedding planner as you will be sharing this journey for quite a time and you want it to be as pleasurable and fun as possible.
2)Have a wedding website to post all your information. As you will have lots of other things to organise, you don’t want to become “ travel agent” to all your guests, however you want to make it as easy as possible for them to get to your wedding calmly, considering they have a long journey plus airfares, hotels etc to pay for.
3) Start planning around 9 months in advance. Collect photos or make up a vision board of how you would like the wedding to look. This makes things much easier when either recommending or meeting with the various suppliers Ie flowers, wedding and bridesmaids dresses, style of photography, hairstyles and makeup, venue, car etc
4)Well prepared weddings run smoothly and look effortless. Make your decisions and try not to change you mind too often!
5)Arrive a few days before, and really relax ,go to the spas, enjoy these special days together before the wedding and then really love the whole experience!
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