2014 Bridal Trends include metallic color schemes with lots of gold and silver for decor. Think Art Deco, 1920’s era decor and themes for your reception bridal look. Inspired by the Great Gatsby and Downton Abbey! Halter neckline wedding dresses instead of strapless, beautiful hair ornaments to create a personalized look.2014 Pantone color of the year is Radiant Orchid. There are lots of ways to bring this color into your color scheme and decor.
Why should you have a destination wedding? Better yet, why does South Florida make an ideal place to step away from it all and get married?
First off, destination weddings are virtually stress-free. Sure you won’t get the opportunity to go to the location every other day to help you to visualize your wedding, but a great wedding planner, like Myrna Swire, can help to solve that problem all together. With a destination wedding, the world seems to be your oyster. There are no confines of what your family wants you to do or where they want you to get married in your hometown. The place is a blank slate for everyone involved.
Additionally, destination weddings serve as a once in a lifetime opportunity to reunite family and friends. These people can enjoy a vacation together while spending the time to celebrate you and your wonderful marriage.
Strangely, destination weddings can also save you money. Sure, there is usually airfare involved, but the select number of people that will choose to come to your wedding will make for a more intimate wedding, thus you will have more money leftover to enhance your wedding day.
Need some ideas for places to get married in South Florida?
Check out some of our favorites –
1. The Breakers, Palm Beach
2. The Boca Raton Resort and Club
Jessica, the bride, at a wedding planned by Myrna Swire that took place at the Boca Raton Resort and Club