Newspaper reveals some wedding trends for 2009
May 07, 2009
A couple's wedding may be one of the most important spectacles of their life and for some the worst sin to commit on that day is to not have a sense of style.
The Spectrum & Daily News, a newspaper in Utah, states that many couples long for that "wow factor" to make the ceremony memorable for them and their guests. The news provider suggests that every wedding should have one major element that falls into that "wow factor" category.
One way to create that special, mouth-dropping aspect for a wedding is to use jewel tones as part of the reception party decorations, according to the article. Colors such as turquoise, amethyst purple, ruby red and emerald green have all been popular choices this year and can add a "royal feeling" to one's reception.
Some people have used interior design to help their event stand out when compared to others. This includes using furniture traditionally found in a person's living room such as sofas, coffee tables and chandeliers, states the Spectrum.
But for those looking for a simple way to make their day unique, they may want to look into signature drinks, which can be named by the couple to commemorate something special between the two of them.