Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Feather Wedding Bouquets!



If you are looking at having a unique bouquet, consider feathers! At the moment Imagine is designing beautiful chocolate brown and fushia rose bouquets with brillant white feathers! Stay tuned to see the completed feather bouquets!

Photos: Yellow bouquet with ostrich feathers - marthastewartweddings.com White rose bouquet with white accent feathers - the-wedding-information-site.com Pink rose bouquet with white accent feathers - wedding-flowers-and-reception-ideas.com Red roses with black feathers - weddingbycolor.com

~Imagine.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Weddings in WHITE!

Inspiration for those dreaming in white!






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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

International Wedding Traditions!

French Weddings
A great tradition for a French wedding, is instead of serving a wedding cake, the couple will choose another desert. A popular choice is croquem bouche. The dessert is a creme-filled pastry puff, covered in caramel sauce.
French traditions can continue very late at night. Sometimes those invited to the wedding will go to the couples window and bang pots and pans together. This tradition is practiced throughout France as a way to celebrate weddings and other special occasions.

Italian Weddings
In an Italian Wedding, the color green is very important! Green is supposed to bring good luck to the married couple. Usually all Italian brides will wear a veil. The veil tradition was thought to hide the bride from spirits, and the brides attendants were supposed to wear similar dresses to confuse all the spirits.

Muslim Weddings
Christian weddings are very much like Western weddings, however Muslim weddings in Arab countries of course contain Muslim traditions. A wedding is not considered valid unless each of the couple are ready. Unlike Western weddings, the groom is to go visit her before the wedding. In Muslin tradition, both sexes are divided. They each have separate seating area’s for both men and women.

Scottish Weddings
There are many traditions that surround Scottish weddings. Most notable is the bagpipes, which usually accompany the bridal party as they arrive, and as they leave the ceremony. At many of the Scottish weddings, there will be traditional Scottish dancing consisting of couples and groups dancing to live music. It is also very popular for the men in the bridal party to wear kilts, however it is not a requirement.

Filipino Weddings
It is considered bad luck for close family members, such as siblings, to have their wedding in the same year. Money (paper bills) is sometimes attached to the brides dress, as the couple has their first dance together.

Chinese Weddings
Depending where the bride is from, a Chinese wedding will have different traditions. Most commonly are a Tea Ceremony and a wedding emcee. More modernly, the couple will have "glamour shots" taken by a professional photographer.

~ Imagine.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Wedding Abbreviations Revealed

Have you ever wondered what all those crazy abbreviations mean? The types of abbreviations that are used when brides are talking about their wedding party or their wedding plans? Well here they are! Wedding abbreviations revealed!

STD: Save the Date (cards, invitations, etc.)

BM: Best Man

DH: Dear Husband

MOH: Maid of Honor

FG: Flower Girl

FH: Future Husband

FMIL: Future mother in law

DW: Destination Wedding

NWR: Not Wedding Related.

MOB: Mother of the Bride

FOB: Father of the Bride

MOG: Mother of the Groom

FOG: Father of the Groom

BM: Bridesmaid

GM: Groomsman

FG: Flower Girl

RB: Ring Bearer

~Imagine.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Wedding Dress Trends 2011

Wedding trends for 2011 have definitely hit the runway! So if you are getting married in 2011, here are the biggest trends that are beginning OR STILL are a fad as far as wedding attire is concerned!.

-if your from the city, and going for the New York theme, ever so popular right now is the fun cocktail style wedding dress. Perfect for a hot summer wedding!

- sleeves were once thought that they were going to be the new trend of 2011, but they aren’t as popular as some thought they might be!

- Belts, gloves and bows….

- lace is still a huge trend right now, as the romance theme is always a popular choice.

- ruffles, ruffles, ruffles.

- Non-traditional veils are becoming more popular! Veils that super-dramatic featuring hats and feathers are the “in” thing!








~Imagine.