Goodness – January is a busy time! Now that we are finally approaching two thirds of the month, I think it’s time to post my last wedding trend 2012 before going back to the real weddings and vendor spotlights. I’ve really been enjoying this collection of wedding details, but what I’m really looking forward to are those details which no one would have guessed would turn up to be in fashion. 2012 will be a good year, I’m sure.
So: yes, I know – we’ve already seen dessert tables with delectable cakes and lots and lots of candy. Now that businesses are popping up offering this specifically (Candy Queen to name one), this will continue for sure… but we will also see spin-offs by creative brides who have a different specialty in mind. My husband, for instance, is an ice-cream fan – so a beautifully styled ice cream bar would have been totally up his ally. How about a Martini bar or a champagne bar? Or perhaps a coffee bar, complete with a barista, numerous coffee beans to choose from and a huge selection of chocolate spoons, sirups and sprinkles?4 comments
First of all: Thank you to those who entered the contest – the submissions were really, really fantastic, inspiring and heartwarming. If you haven’t read all the entries, you really should take the opportunity to read them. It’s been so great reading about your weddings, learning how each celebration will be a reflection of the two of you. Especially for me, it’s been great to learn a little bit more about my readers in this way. If I could, I wish I could be a wallflower at each of your weddings.
One more thing before announcing the name of the winner:
Note that everyone who entered is entitled to 25% discount on the full day package (travel costs are included if the wedding is not outside Sweden, Norway, Denmark & Finland). Send Annelie an e-mail at info [at] fotografannelie.com and she will tell you more.
Alright, you’ve been waiting long enough – now to what you’ve been waiting for:
Congratulations to Inger and Avron! You will be receiving an email from me very soon :)
And many thanks to Annelie Johansson for giving my readers this fabulous opportunity. We simply can’t wait to see the engagement and wedding pictures – they will, for sure, be amazing!4 comments
Although dresses with straps and sleeves are on the rise, we can’t deny that strapless gowns are a classic by now, and that there will be no shortage of these in 2012. Brides opting for simple necklines will ofted choose to add a little extra personality by pairing with statement jewelry, especially necklaces – with pops of colour and plenty of structure.
PS: I know a number of you are visiting the blog today waiting for the announcement on who won the Full Day Wedding Photography Competition. Annelie is right now reading and pondering over who the lucky winner is. Watch this space, as the winner will be announced very soon!Leave a comment
I had to, of course, mention the Pantone Colour of the year, Tangerine Tango, which is essentially the most orange of all oranges.
Orange is a fantastic colour to add in one’s palette to add a little quirky pop into the whole wedding scheme – in stationery and table decor especially. Use tropical flowers, or ranunculus, roses, gerber daisies or orange berries to add that lovely pop into flower bouquets and decorations. It can really make an impression paired with white, or it can be softened with pinks, corals and neutrals. Tone the orange down a bit, while at the same time adding contrast by adding slate grey into the mix. Or keep it fresh and summery with one of my favourite colour combinations: orange and aqua.Leave a comment
From jewelry to table decor, to foil stamped invitations – we’ll be seeing lots of glitz with gold details. Gold can be so elegant and chic when done right – paired with white and a single other colour, it can look so amazing and fresh!