Mallory McCain of Teacups and Tulips of Eupora said the biggest bridal trends lately have been the use of mason jars as centerpiece containers, burlap and lace, and babies breath. Continue reading
“Instead of holding the ceremony in a church or chapel, many couples have leaned toward a more natural and/or rustic setting such as barn weddings, back yard weddings, or even beach weddings,” Thomas said. “Even creating an outside appearance using natural props such as trees, pine needles, twigs, and/ or cuttings of holly, Nandina, etc. have replaced arrangements of roses and calla lilies.” Continue reading
At Murphy Drugs powered by Walgreens in Eupora, brides love anything turquoise. Marianne Adams said local brides are loving bright-colored pottery – particularly the Mudpie and Tag lines – that can be mixed and matched. Pomeroy is another popular brand among local brides for glassware, serving pieces. Adams said burlap and wooden picture frames are also very popular in their bridal registries. Continue reading
At Childs in downtown Eupora, Jacqueline Meek is also seeing pottery as a hot item for local brides. Meek said the Vietri pottery has been very popular with brides. The store also features a new pottery selection that has been very popular with local brides called Skyros. Continue reading
Regardless of the best hairstyle, Contreras says to make sure to do a “trial run” of the hairstyle that you choose. Continue reading
One of the hottest trends for local brides in recent years is injecting a lot of personality in their weddings, receptions and registries.
Stores throughout the area have repeated said brides are looking for something completely unique to them. They are loving bright colors and anything that can be personalized.
Mary Snow of The Jewel Shoppe in Louisville said couples want rings unique to them. Continue reading