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Injecting Colour into the Modern Wedding!


One very exciting part of a wedding for the bride, is the chance to choose and wear a beautiful and extravagant dress, that you will wear only once in your life. As we all know, the traditional and most popular colours for dresses is either white or ivory. However, today a little splash of colour is definitely not out of the question.

Colour has become quite a trend over the past few seasons. Designs and fabrics are straying away from the usual dress. The lengths of dresses are really starting to vary, fabrics are becoming lighter, and adding a bit of colour is almost becoming a must.

Chiffon is one of the most popular fabrics this season. It is really something different in comparison the some of the stiff fabrics that have been used in the past.

Knee-length dresses are becoming a norm, especially since weddings take place in just about any setting these days. Can you imagine wearing a long flowing wedding dress on the beach? A shorter dress definitely allows for more freedom of movement.

If you opt for a shorter and lighter dress, you might have to re-consider the type of bouquet you choose. A large bouquet will really draw attention away from a small flowy, knee-length dress. A simple, small bouquet, will suit this type of dress better. Todich Floral Design can help you pick out exactly the right bridal bouquet. There are many sample bouquets available on the web-site, so you can get some idea of what you would like.

If you decide to stick to tradition in terms of the colour of your dress, colour can still be added in other ways. A brightly coloured pair of shoes, or other small details on the dress. These colours can help inspire the tones of the wedding decorations and the flowers for the bridal bouquet. Accessories can also be colourful – like earrings and bracelets worn by the bride.

Let Todich Floral Design help you inject some colour into your upcoming wedding!

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