Spring/Summer 2014 Wedding Trend: Romantic and Personal
The love of your life popped the question and now come a thousand more. Some people have drifted to sleep planning their dream wedding for most of their lives. Today we have Pinterest to keep track of our dreams and to help us visualize what we like. Wedding parties are pinning on group boards, allowing today's bride-to-be to have many eyes on ideas. Even distant family and friends can get a glimpse of what the couple likes in advance of the big day. Now, It's easier than ever to completely personalize your big day and add romantic touches.
Wedding party jewelry is the perfect way to add romantic details to your big day. Modern brides are not limited to accessorizing ear lobes, neck and wrist - jewels can also be added to the hair. Formal or casual style can be further enhanced with individual hair pins or combs. Pearls are a natural choice for the bride and tiny Swarovski bicones bring delicate sparkle. WireLace is an easy-to-work-with, lightweight material that brings soft texture to these hair ornaments. Perhaps the ideal customizable accessory for the wedding party, these can work in any type hair if you choose your hair clip accordingly. The fine hair of a flower girl can be decorated with an easy-to-wear headband.
While no color is off-limits, this spring and summer the colors are trending toward pastel. Delicate hues that flatter complexions range from a barely-there blush to rose shades. Swarovski crystal colors pale Violet and dusky Cyclamen pair with the amazing Crystal Moonlight, a special coating that captures low light like no other treatment. A candlelight wedding accented with these subtle beauties will sparkle with a soft glow. The range of Swarovski crystal pearl shades includes dozens of colors that mimic natural pearls, perfect for the pastel trend. The entire wedding party can be outfitted with the perfect jewelry accent for the big day with so much to choose from. If nothing but the real thing will do, the ultimate keepsake could be a strand of hand-knotted natural pearls. Making it yourself makes it within any budget!