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Popular Trends to Incorporate into Your Big Day

As you plan your big day, you may be keeping up with the latest trends that are filling the wedding world. Adding a little extra pizzazz to your wedding, trends will certainly allow it to be modern and memorable. From unique ideas for your flowers to the color of the year, your wedding can shine with some unique trends.

However, are you aware of some of the newest trends to inspire your big day? From creative uses for mason jars to elements of décor, your big day can certainly stand out from the rest by incorporating them.

Here at I Thee Wed, we want your wedding to shine! That’s why we have gathered some of the most popular trends to incorporate into your big day. If you are curious of some inspiration, be sure to continue reading to discover more:

·         Elegant paper lanterns. Available in an array of different sizes, shapes and colors, paper lanterns have certainly made a grand statement within the wedding world! Their versatility had created them to be a great element of décor, as you can hang the from the ceiling or trees, or even use them to dim other aspects of lighting. If you are seeking to add a sense of elegance to your spaces, paper lanterns will do just the trick!
·         Rustic mason jars. Rustic weddings have been around for years; however, it is still a very prominent theme that couples tend to choose. If you are seeking an element of décor to complement your country theme, consider mason jars. Adding a gorgeous, vintage touch, mason jars will certainly add that pizzazz you may be lacking. You can include water within them along with a bundle of flowers or even candles, if you would rather add a lighting element. Either way, the outcome will be stunning!
·         Shoes. Who knew that shoes could become a wedding trend? Well, in the world of weddings, things are transforming! Brides are no longer sticking to the standard white high heels anymore, as they are stepping outside of the box. From bold blue high heels, as a way to incorporate that “something blue”, to ditching the shoes altogether for a beach wedding, it’s really up to you how far you would like to go when it comes to your shoes. However, just remember, this is your big day, and you are in no way limited when it comes to your ensemble.

While trends are a big part of weddings, it is important that you plan your big day to represent only your interests, and not what you think a wedding is supposed to be. Here at I Thee Wed, we love planning weddings! And would certainly be honored to bring all of your big day visions to life. If you are still seeking a greater Cincinnati area wedding planner, be sure to contact us today.

Photo Credit: Leppert Photography


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