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If you decided on a 90's wedding theme, keep the following tips in consideration. Your Décor Use bright and neon-inspired colours, maybe with a pop of simmer.Even the Spice Girls would want to clink glasses at your wedding if they were toasting in bright and glitter-encrusted stem wine glasses!Make use of 90’s inspired ideas. The quickest way to set a 90’s tone is to lay neon tablecloths across the tables. Rewind it back before iTunes and even CDs, with a playful light centrepiece - made from cassette tapes, or use cassettes as...
Red is the colour radiating power, passion, love and romance. It’s hot, but also sophisticated, and classy. For a romantic red wedding theme, what immediately jumps to mind are romantic red rosepetals, scattered everywhere. You walk down the aisle on these ‘petal carpets,’ or over a heart of roses. And then there’s the red heart-shaped balloons! A “wild flower” table decoration, or roses for the centrepiece, attract the attention.
When you dress for a wedding, the golden rule is:
NEVER WEAR ANYTHING THAT COULD OUTSHINE THE BRIDE.
Do not draw attention to yourself for the wrong reasons. Here are the 10 worst things you could possibly wear to ruin a wedding.
Imagine this wedding. Exquisite, nostalgic. The romantic blush colour scheme has us thinking of classic elegance and vintage love. Peach pairs beautifully with delicate pink and ivory, a most spectacular lace wedding dress, a chic groom in tux, bridesmaids in blush, soft blush rose motifs and lace accents, baby’s breath bouquets, a wedding in a stone chapel under a bower of blooms, and fresh green grass! It is oh-so dreamy..