We had such fun with this outdoor wedding. Fuchsia dominated, even with the bridesmaids shoes. Best advice we can give is don't be afraid of using color once you've decided on the right one for the bride. Bringing out the couple's personalities in other elements is what its all about.
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Most people think that when you plan beach weddings, its propping up a couple of tikki torches and that's it. While its true you could do that, it would be far more interesting to incorporate a little imagination into the theme. Photographer Stevie T Photography captured just some of the simple elements that went into this couple's beach wedding. Dendrobium orchids and tropical lush greenery, along with natural raffia and palms set the backdrop for this simple, inexpensive wedding on the beach. Incorporating seashells into the bouquets and accented touches here and there, tied it all together.
All weddings don't have to, nor should they, cost a fortune. A good wedding designer and planner will know how to imagine, create and plan according to all budgets.
In the Bridal Library design series, we cover a variety of ways to help you with design basics that will assist you with all your future events. Bring your ideas, your imagination and your passion. We'll show you how to put it together and plan beautiful, cost effective weddings.
Elyn Rahman has been designing beautiful weddings for two decades. In her design series, she gives insight, ideas and practical advice for those who wish to plan weddings as a career. In this blog, she shares just a few of her creations. She shares some of her personal favorites during her hands-on workshops in the design series.