Brides are opting to go au natural and we aren’t talking make-up! This Monday at The Wedding Salon, some of the top names in bridal showcased the newest trends in weddings and the remarkable trend of earthy elements and earthy tones.
david beahm design, created an elaborate table display with sand-blasted grapevine. This larger-than-life wooden cage-like centerpiece dripping with all-white orchids, roses and peonies took on a new play on wooden centerpieces showing that wooden structures will be used in new ways in the year ahead. beahm predicts that an alternative to chiavari chairs for 2011 will be porcelain woodland stumps, straight from the scene of a Disney classic. These wooden delights can be the perfect accessory to any winter wonderland wedding.
Shawn Rabideau, of Bravo’s Bethenny Getting Married, revealed that natural table displays combining elements of all four seasons, will be a huge trend for the year ahead. Take for example, autumn’s sky-high branches mixed with spring’s blossoming tulip bulbs.
At the same time, Michelle Rago, made it known that, brides will go for less linen. Brides will opt for gorgeous farm tables with classic linen runners, letting the beauty of the wood shine through. Rago also showcased wedding accessories such as beautiful bouquets made entirely out of seashells for destination weddings.
All in all, brides will look to nature for gorgeous and unique accents, from sand and seashells to branches and tree trunks to awe their wedding guests in this coming year.