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744.02.13 Wedding Trends Paxton & Bird FULL.pdf

Published Apr 12, 2013 in Business & Management
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Hair & Make Up Artistry provided by Mary Airheart, A Private Salon; Shoes & Accessories provided by Fi037222s Fine Resale of Amelia Island; Photography provided by White Turtle Photography; Props provided by Paxton & Bird Prop House & Design Co. Old World Meets Modern Sophistication Corinna Hoffman Photography 037e day of traditional by-the-book weddings are gone with the pun intended. Couples are paying more atten- tion to customized details such as photo guest books, grand-ma222s homemade jams as favors, bridal shoes adorned with a family brooch, or engraved cu036 links for the groom. In the South we are seeing the theme of rustic romance with elements of birch, burlap, mason jars and wild 035owers. A foodie couple might opt for peppercorns and gourmet sea salt as favors op-posed to a more traditional route of chocolate or miniature wedding bells. 223Wedding coordinators are also seeing a rise in o036-beat 035ora such as succulents wired into bouquets, in hol-lowed out books, or atop copper goblets224 says Kim Schnepf of KIS Events. Additionally, the vintage trends that emerged a few years ago are here to stay but taking a more old world glamour meets modern sophistication approach. 037is is where the old meets new as brides are now blending vintage pieces in with new items to create an ambiance not only 034lled with style, but also emotion. Social media is chirping vintage aloud (#vintagewed-dings). 037ese elements add character and can be weaved into the design concept to tell a story of the couples style, careers, interests and family ties. After all, weddings are truly all about history, family and tradition 226 therefore, the vintage theme is a perfect 034t. Currently, the 1920222s are the 223go-to224 era for achieving the ultimate ensemble. Patterns, lace and fonts can be vintage inspired to add a touch to your overall design if you do not wish to go all out vintage. Shabby chic dressers now act as sign-in or dessert tables, and seating is no longer a perfect row of chiavari chairs, but rather a mix and match of antique pieces in an array of styles and stains. Jamie Bernard of Paxton & Bird, a prop house and design company serving Northeast Florida & Southeast Georgia says, 223Couples want to add a bit more 035avor to their reception with pieces that add warmth and charm. 037ere also seems to be an attention toward pops of bold colors. Our inventory re035ects this trend with the new addition of our canary yellow table and barn red guest book station. We will also be adding in emerald green and aqua pieces as style indicators are including those as the hot colors for 2013224.For more information on event rentals and vignette designs contact Paxton & Bird Prop House and Design Co. at 904.610.3592 F ac ebook T witt er