Sunday, November 27, 2011

Fresh Outdoor Wedding Trends

By John Jones

If you've decided on an autumn wedding, then you need start planning for your fall wedding decorations. Autumn is an ideal season with warm, vibrant and bold colors everywhere and is a lovely time to celebrate and enjoy this special event. The climate is just about right. Your wedding decorating ideas can be in pretty autumn shades of reds, oranges, gold, plums, browns and greens. Go for white if you like a traditional wedding atmosphere.

Tuxedos are formal, and most outdoor weddings are not. Yet you still want the groom and the other men in the wedding to look handsome and pulled together. A great look is a modern suit in a light color. Khaki and light gray suits in slim cuts are ideal for a daytime outdoor wedding. They pair beautifully with the graceful bridal gowns in feather light fabrics like tulle and organza which are so popular.

The main tradition is toWedding Dresses uk have the bride's family pay the bill of the entire wedding but nowadays this is no longer respected and the responsibilities of the occasion are shared between the two families. Most of the time this is the traditional procedure though there can always be exceptions such as the couple having some money of their own and paying the cost of the entire wedding.

Everyone wants their guests to have a great time at their wedding reception. When your wedding will be held outside, a fun way to entertain your friends and family is with lawn games. They are fun for guests of all ages, and are something that everyone can get into. Croquet is especially popular, as it has the gracious feeling of the Great Gatsby era. A more casual option that is a hot trend these days is a bean bag toss. Creating the game is a simple diy project that can be decorated to coordinate with the rest of the wedding decor. If your outside venue has a lot of open lawn space, kites in your wedding colors would be a super fun idea.

The brides mother is first to select her daughter's dress. A dress similar in style and color is then chosen by the groom's mother. During the reception the groom's mother is given the role of greeting the guests and introducing them to the bride and her family. It is the bride's father who must accompany his daughter down the aisle up to the alter rather than the groom, where he entrusts her to her future husband symbolically representing the fact that the primary role of the parents in the life of the bride has come to an end.

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