AHA! We finally made it to this century! While brides still select the color scheme, let’s see how much freedom brides give their bridesmaids to wear what they want within that color scheme. Read on to find out more style trends! We started in 625 B.C. During the Roman Empire, bridesmaids were part of the
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When America economically prospers, hemlines are raised! In the Roaring 20’s and the Baby Boom of the 1950s, America experienced a booming economy and shorter skirts. Think glamorous Barbie in the late 1950s and you catch the vibe. Read on to find out more! Although the Barbie doll didn’t debut at the American International Toy
When King Edward succeeded his mother, Queen Victoria, bridal fashions changed rapidly. In fact, in the first half of the 1900s, bridesmaids dresses changed more times than in the entire 1800s! Read on to find out more! In Part 2, we followed the all white dresses trend which slowly changed to bridesmaids’ dresses in colors.
Until 1840 when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert, brides and bridemaids wore dresses in every concievable color and pattern. When the queen married her prince, she wore a beautiful white dress which set a whole new fashion trend that we still see today! Read on to find out how this trend came to be! In
Let’s take a trip back in history to learn how bridesmaids dressed from 625 B.C. to 1840 A.D. Styles are updated and colors change as does the role of the bridesmaid from performing the bride’s bodyguard to being one of her friends. Read on to find out more! According to a particular bit of wisdom,
While this trend dates back to 1978 when a hood was detachable from a wedding dress to create two different looks, for 2024 this trend is coming back with several fabulous options! Read on to find out more! Hey, Christie! Alex and I are getting married next summer at Ainsworth House & Gardens. Yes! Is
To honor the special roles their grandparents have played in their lives, more brides and grooms are asking a beloved grandparent to be their esteemed Flower Grandpa or Flower Grandma at their weddings. Find out more about this sweet wedding trend! Hey, Christie! Michael and I are getting married at Ainsworth House & Gardens next
Every year, jewelry designers create even more beautiful engagement ring trends! Check out these trending designs for 2024. The vast majority of engagements occur between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day. Be ready with an on trend engagement ring to propose to your beloved! Hey, John! This New Year’s, I’m planning on asking Melissa to marry me.
Sometimes, real life is funnier than any situation comedy. Epic married name fails are a case in point! Read on to find out how getting married can have humorous side effects. (Besides, this is break from all the serious wedding planning you’re doing. Right? Right!) When two people with very interesting last names get married,
Each month of summer has two birth month flowers. Read on to find out how you can include these flowers in your wedding! (P.S.–If a cherished family member or friend passed on, you could honor them by including their birth month flower in your bouquets!) Hey, Christie! Andrew and I are getting married next
One way to select your wedding flowers is to consider the birth month flowers for you and your partner! Read on to find out the six fabulous birth month flowers for Spring! Hey, John! Casey and I are getting married next May at Ainsworth House & Gardens. Right now, we are working on flowers. We’ve
Winter–January, February, and March–have the most gorgeous birth month flowers of the year! Find out what these beautiful flowers are and how you can include them in your wedding any time of year! Hey, Christie! Craig and I are getting married at Ainsworth House & Gardens. Yeah!!!! And then this came up: My sister mentioned