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Wedding Balloon Ideas. Creative Wedding Balloon Ideas. Balloon decorations for weddings are an economical way to add a touch of whimsy to your special day; everything from the engagement photos to the reception decor. They can truly transform your wedding day into something spectacular. Wedding balloon ideas using white, metallic, and soft colored balloons (such as blush or peach), add an elegant and romantic flair, while colorful balloons are a little more playful and fun. Balloon engagement shoots have become especially popular for their simple yet delightful quality.
Wedding Parasols And Umbrellas. Wedding Parasols and umbrellas make for amazing photo opportunities! They also serve as a pretty sun shade for any outdoor wedding. Because of their continuing popularity, they are available in many different colors, shapes, styles, and sizes. Most parasols are usually light weight and only meant for sun protection, unlike their sister, the umbrella, which is meant for rain protection.Although Parasols have been around for thousands of years, they are most often remembered during the victorian period when a fair complexion was admired. Most women had a different parasol to match every dress in their wardrobe. The parasol was not only thought of as practical, but also a fashion accessory that helped aid in the subtle art of flirtation. Although you don’t see too many women carrying a parasol around town today, they are definitely becoming sought-after again, especially for weddings and other special events. They’re darling!
Choosing Bridal Accessories. You have found the perfect dress and have your wedding rings, now the accessorizing begins! Your bridal salon should be able to help you sort out which accessories are required for your gown and the look you want to achieve. Accessories and jewelry help complete the picture that is “you” on your wedding day. The accessories you choose are all personal taste and style. Don’t feel obligated to wear a veil for instance, just for traditions sake, if it doesn’t feel like you.
1: No train: Well, obviously, there is no train, but that is an option.
2: Sweep: This is the shortest of the trains and just brushes the floor.
3: Court: Just a bit longer
4: Chapel: Probably the most popular because it still has the elegance of a full train but is still not overly cumbersome, trailing three to four feet behind you.
5: Monarch or Cathedral: Very long, very formal, trailing six to eight feet behind you.
? Royal: A train that is still out the door when you reach the alter, and only used for the most formal weddings, such as Princess Diana’s.
If you’ve decided to use a long train, your bridesmaids will need to be available to help arrange it after you arrive at the altar and help arrange it before you start back up the aisle as a married couple. Some trains are detachable, but if not, consider your comfort in the dress at the reception with all of the festivities. If you really want to have the elegant look of a long train, but not the hassle on the dance floor, consider a removable chapel or cathedral veil.