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Wedding Trends Change, but it’s Still the Brides Show


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Wedding TrendsThroughout the years, wedding trends come and go, but most experts in the multi-million-dollar bridal industry agree that this special day remains the bride’s show. With so many bridal magazines, TV shows, Internet listings and specialty shops, planning a wedding might seem intimidating. It’s a good idea to plan ahead and, when necessary, seek advice from the experts.

After all, the bride’s dream-day shouldbe perfect in every way. As the wedding industry continually changes, modern brides do retain some tradition in their plans, said Ana Maria Soler, director of catering and events at the  Golden Ocala Golf and Equestrian Club. “Maybe it’s a toast, or a traditional gown, but tradition is still there in some form.”

An experienced planner and caterer can take a lot of stress out of the planning process and offer selections and ideas to keep a particular budget intact. Let the experts figure out a floor plan that works best for your reception guests. As the wedding date nears, the experts easily manage important details like these.

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What’s your colour?


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Personality and colourI have always been fascinated by stuff like astrology, tarot card reading, numerology and face reading. A friend of mine, Vikramjeet, who shares my interests, just dropped by the other day and over a cup of coffee he revealed to me the connection between numerology and colours. He said that we all have what is known as a birth colour. This colour is determined by one’s birth number. Each of the numbers 1-9 are represented by a colour. And these colours can reveal your personality. And believe you me I was in for quite a surprise at the accuracy of the predictions.

What is important for us to understand is the fact that your personal colour need not be your favourite colour. Another important difference between your personal and your favourite colour is that while the latter may change from time to time, the former remains constant.
 
Intriguing isn’t it? So, here’s the magic formula for you. According to numerology, the birth colour of number one’s is red. Number two’s are orange, three’s are yellow, four’s green, five’s blue, six’s white, seven’s purple, eight’s black and nine’s brown.

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Top 10 wedding trends for 2008


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Personalized weddingHave a look at the summary of what’s hot and in style for weddings held in 2008, here are the top ten wedding trends for this year.

1) Color plays a huge role in weddings this year; it’s all about color and featuring that color throughout your wedding.

Designers pushed yellow as the hot color on the runways last spring for 2008, but brides are rebelling and we know from Kate Aspen’s wedding trend report blue is in fact the winning color. The following shades are popular: baby blue, peacock blue, Cinderella blue, Tiffany blue, aqua blue, navy blue and teal.

2) Duel colored weddings are another popular wedding trend both in previous years and continuing into this year as well. The most popular accent colors for duel colored weddings are white, black, chocolate, silver, green, yellow and orange. Also popular are monochromatic color schemes as well as outrageous contrasting color schemes which play into the duel color wedding theme such as orange/pink, pink/brown, aqua blue/brown, aqua blue/white, red/icy blue, slate/lime, pearl grey/deep yellow, light yellow/deep purple, and sky blue/light green.

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It’s about style and class


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Style and classMany people come in with movie pictures and want to remake what they’ve seen.
Raj Narayan & Seema singh Zokarkar Jayashree Patel a Boca Raton resident hops onto an airplane from Florida to New York along with her mother. Straight from the airport, they speed off to a showroom near 7th Avenue, where Patel delves into a massive collection of Hakoba saris, selecting five for herself. What’s unique is that the entire purchase costs her only $1,000 and, in a few minutes, she is headed back home.

This is just a glimpse of jet-set wedding shopping, where brides and grooms learn about the best shops across the United States and travel to them to buy their finery, rather than simply making do with whatever is available at their neighborhood shop. What’s more, a quick flight often makes the most sense financially, as the discounts that one gets at these specialty shops more than offsets the travel costs.

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Indian American Dream Picture


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Wedding PhotographsEverything for your D Day is finalized…the clothes, the menu, the decoration, the entertainment…just about everything but what about the photographer? Photographer? You may ask what is so great in deciding about a photographer? But give a second thought to it. Well the Indians settled in the West at least do since there a wedding photographer is just not any other photographer but he is considered a ‘Memory Maker’.

In India people normally opt for local photographers to capture the memories of their special day; in the West the scenario is pretty much different. There, great wedding photography is about capturing the emotion and passion of the day as it is… Photographs that deal in elements, moods and emotions are in great demand. No high-level drama or theme-based album.

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