several years, the big thing with wedding couples was trying to
create their own personal version of a Royal Wedding, to whatever
extent their budgets could accommodate lavishness and elegance.
Beginning a year ago or so, and continuing on into this year, that
desire to imitate someone else's wedding is being replaced by a
movement in just the opposite direction - an effort to personalize
the event to the nature of the wedding couple themselves.
big way to do that is by adding touches in your San Diego Wedding
which are reminiscent of places you've been to, things you've done,
and experiences you've shared with your partner. Besides adding such
personal touches in the wedding, here are some other exciting trends
for Spring 2016 nuptials.
Your Kind of Music
in 2016 are ignoring the DJ and sound system for any kind of live
is an expression of their own tastes - perhaps a country music band,
a cabaret singer, or even a high-powered garage band to show off
personal tastes in music. The sounds of Katy Perry and Taylor Swift
are being replaced by retro sounds of the past, as more young couples
are exposed to the classic sounds of romance and love.
age-old setup of round tables throughout the hall has given way to a
more intimate setting, one with long tables where many guests can
easily exchange pleasantries at the event. The hall or ballroom where
your San Diego Wedding is hosted can easily be configured to
include all long tables, or a mix of long tables with some square or
circular tables intermingled. Comfort and intimacy at the lounge area
by the bar is also a must-have setup for that after-dinner break in
floral arrangements for this year's San
Diego Weddings will
frequently include a mix of those flowers in season, perhaps the
lovely pastel of peonies, classic roses, the sweet-smelling lilac,
and centerpiece succulents. Bouquets will be more free-form, with an
un-scripted look that blends all kinds of different flowers in an
overall arrangement that demands attention. Centerpieces are
frequently being composed of non-floral plants like coffee plants and
beans, and fragrant herbs.
used to be pretty much under-stated and formal, but the newest trend