Thursday, April 23, 2015

10 Traditional Touches to Work Into Your Wedding

There's nothing quite like a classic wedding. From the timeless details to traditional touches, these are the ceremonies that are as stunning today as they will be twenty years from now. So if you're a bride-to-be with a passion for the perennial, here are a few of our favorite elements that will make your wedding truly one for the ages.
A long veil: There's nothing so quintessentially bridal as the cathedral veil.
A beautiful bouquet: We love the look of a classic bouquet, with its stunning florals, sweet colors, and sophisticated shape.
A gorgeous gown: Pink dresses may be on point right now, but a formal, floor-length dress in white has staying power like nothing else. When you look back on your wedding photos in thirty or forty year, you won't regret rocking a more traditional dress.
A fatherly send-off: While the reasoning behind your father "giving you away" may be a bit antiquated, the notion is quite sweet. After your emotional walk down the aisle with dear ol' dad, ask him to say something nice to your partner, shake his hand, and then give you a kiss before heading back to his seat. The photo op is reason enough to embrace this tradition!
Bridesmaids in black: A black and white color palette will definitely stand the test of time, so have your ladies rock some black dresses for a classy touch.
Fabulous flower girls and rad ring bearers: Kids can really enhance your ceremony, so bring on the little ladies and gentlemen!
Have some aisle style: From the aisle runner to the subtle yet totally stunning floral details, make a traditional statement with your aisle decor.
Timeless tablescapes: A pretty table gets us every time. Metallic accents and pretty petals are sure to get your guests talking for all the right reasons.
A classic cake: The most timeless pieces make a statement without too much fuss, so keep your cake simple and sophisticated. Understated white detailing will definitely do the trick.
Getaway in Style: A vintage car (complete with cans and a "just married" sign) is the perfect way to ride off into the night as newlyweds.
Keep it traditional with more ideas for a classic wedding on!


curtis03 Lewis said...

Thanks for sharing such traditional ways to celebrate a classic wedding. All of the ideas are quite impressive and I will make sure to use few of these ideas to decorate the Banquet Halls on my special day. I can’t wait for my day now.

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