A Colourful Bride
White and cream are the traditional colours for wedding dresses – so what are the options if you’d like to be a little (or a lot) more colourful?
1. Pastel blue
A delicate gown with a tinge of blue is a subtle way to incorporate colour on your wedding day. It can also double as your “something blue”.
Blush wedding dresses aren’t a new trend as such, but they’re oh-so-pretty, feminine, ethereal, and will truly make you feel like a princess.
Black wedding dresses are definitely rare, but we love the drama they bring to a modern wedding. They ensure that your walk down the aisle will make a bold statement.
Another shade that’s reserved for the bold! Red is such a romantic and classic wedding shade – why not incorporate it into your dress if not the whole garment? This dramatic mermaid silhouette is beyond stunning
Lavender wedding dresses (and other shades of light purple) have just started popping up in recent years.
A great MC can make or break your wedding. He/she's the one who does the announcements, organises the flow of the day in conjunction with the venue host and celebrant, and shields the happy couple from having to deal with any minor glitches or changes.