In celebration of this first week of autumn, we wanted to share a few color themes that are hot this season. What we love about the striking orange and dark silver-gray colors is that it's all the passion of fall, but without seeming too hokey or overdone.
We are delighted to once again present Texas-based wedding planner and superstar, Donnie Brown, Donnie Brown Weddings and Events, in his third of many upcoming, monthly contributing columns. You may know him from the popular TV show, “Whose Wedding is it Anyway?”
Well-known for his direct and vivacious personality, he is sure to keep us in stitches with his humorous opinions and sometimes, unbelievable tales from his experiences as a planner over the years. In addition, he will keep readers up-to-date on the latest bridal trends and “must haves.”
Here, in his next column, Donnie gives us a humorous presentation of what kind of brides are out there and a moment of self-examination if you fit into any of these categories.
We are always looking for inventive, creative, unique ways to make events in our lives memorable. The wedding is the biggest party of a couple's marriage, so it's only right that it be done with great fanfare and planned down to the last personal detail. That's why the photographer is there along with Aunt Suzie, whipping out her camera app on her cell phone for the first time ever.
There are moments when words aren't needed. So is the case with this video shot on Super 8 in black & white film, capturing Meg + Ty's spring wedding at Jonathan Edwards Winery.
Would you do this for your wedding day?
When you combine a breath-taking venue, a lovely bride, a few tablespoons of toadstools, layers of moss, exquisite floral design & charming stationery….you end up with Woodland Wonder. This autumn-esque affair is ethereal, earthy and charming. You can almost taste the apple cider, carmel and all the spices.
Look at those tantalizing, ruby red apples dipped in caramel. Even more fabulous is the assortment of condiments you can roll the caramel apple in. The red fondant on the cake perfectly complements the decor and setting.