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April 21, 2017
If you’re planning a wedding in 2017 it’s a good idea to look at the key wedding trends to help you create the day of your dreams. Of course it’s always the big decisions which come first, the venue, the dress, the cake and the flowers etc. but it’s important not to overlook the smaller details too.
Adding those final touches to your outfit can make a big difference and particularly for the groom they are a fantastic way of letting your personality shine through. Whether you are working with a colour palette or interest theme, you are spoilt for choice on how you can add that ‘je ne sais quoi’ to your outfit. From socks, to cummerbunds, braces or cufflinks, there is no better way of dressing up your suit for that special day. Here’s a few ideas on what cufflinks and tie slides you can use to complement your chosen wedding theme.
If the bride isn’t into white then this year you’ll be pleased to see many pastel dress in the shops. Blending fabulously with a grey or black suit the pastel colours can be complemented with matching accessories for the groom. From pinks to blues and greens there is no shortage of options to choose from, and pastels really do create that perfect summer wedding feeling.
Classic, romantic and pretty this colour theme is elegant and natural. It also relatively quick and simple to achieve with the use of white table cloths, silver cutlery and green foliage. Adding green and silver to your wedding attire with coordinating accessories will complete the bright and airy look of this colour palette.
If you’re looking for a bold pop of colour then this is the ultimate choice. Hot pink will ensure you stand out from the crowd and is also synonymous with romance and love. This colour is best complemented with ivories and creams to let the brightness do the talking. Mother of pearl makes a classy choice of accessory for a sophisticated accompaniment. Alternatively you could up the pizzazz with some added sparkle and opt for crystals!
Eye catching, elegant and unforgettable the traditional combination of royal blue and white has been a favourite for many years. Giving a sense of luxury, organisation and class the striking contrast of colour can be used to create something contemporary and clean. It is especially on trend with the wonderful array of blue suits on offer for the groom and groom’s men. Match with silvers and blues for a crisp and fresh look.
A slightly different take on the blue and white theme, the warmth of the coral and gold brings a more contemporary and light hearted feel to this colour palette. Classic with a modern twist it is a balance of masculine and feminine tones and is a perfect opportunity for the groom to wear a charming blue suit. With three colours to choose from you have a variety of different options for your accessories. Probably best to choose one of the three colours in the palette and coordinate all your accessories to match.
A mixture of dark and sultry, incorporating the quintessential colour of love, red and grey complement each other perfectly for a wedding day. The grey working in the background and the red adding a fantastic accent for a dramatic effect. You can also experiment with different shades depending upon the intensity of colour you are looking for. Add silver or white to the mix for a subtle touch.
Never out of fashion, vintage weddings continue to be a strong favourite with many couples. Whether you are working with your favourite era, or are looking to recreate Great Gatsby luxury or a more rustic atmosphere, you’ll be sure to find a look that suits your style. Antique finishes and delicate patterns, together with natural materials and semi-precious stones all give a feeling of warmth and history to this timeless and elegant theme.
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