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5 Most trending wedding colours and how to use them for your BIG day

Are you going to get hitched soon? If you are, then you’ll be busy with all the arrangements that you have to do for your big day. From wedding trousseau shopping to choosing the right venue and its décor, there are endless responsibilities to complete for the day. And when it comes to these things, then the colours to use are the most important thing to keep in mind.

You have to incorporate the right colours to brighten up the wedding décor and attire. There are other several places where you can add colours. So, add more colours to your wedding function that are trending right now.

Most popular wedding colours and how to utilise them for the function?

Light Blue

Light Blue was seen a lot at weddings. You can opt for a light blue coloured lehenga for morning wedding functions or include some fresh flowers of light blue

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Terrorist felt ‘like bride on wedding day’ ahead of her planned attack

Palestinian terrorist turned non-violent peace activist Shifa al-Qudsi felt “like a bride on her wedding day,”‎ when she attempted to carry out a suicide bombing in Netanya, she told Channel 11 last month.On April 11, 2002, during the Second Intifada, Qudsi planned to disguise herself as a pregnant woman by wearing a maternity dress under which she was to conceal 33 pounds of explosives. Her motivation, she would later claim in a documentary, was the destruction of her home in Tulkarem by the IDF.The plan was to detonate it somewhere in Netanya after 5:00 a.m., but she was arrested at 2:30 a.m. before she could carry out the attack. However, her memories of planning and preparing the attack are still fresh in her mind, liking the joy she felt to being “like a bride on her wedding day, who is preparing to go to ‎her groom. That’s the only thing
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Meghan Markle only saw her finished dress on her wedding day

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  • Meghan Markle’s wedding dress is still one of the most talked-about wedding dresses in the world. After months of speculation, she walked down the aisle in a Givenchy gown on 19th May 2018.

    Designer Clare Waight Keller has since opened up about what it was like to work with the Duchess on the dress – which incidentally took 3,900 hours to make.

    She said, ‘Through hours of conversation, meetings together, and research, slowly all the pieces of that story came together.’

    ‘We struck it off instantly and a friendship began. Fittings were always a special time to chat, just us, it was a time of getting to know each other’s history and there are many memorable moments,’ she added.

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    TOWIE’s Olivia Attwood forced to CANCEL dream wedding day abroad

    ‘It’s all been a bit of a nightmare!’ TOWIE’s Olivia Attwood reveals she was forced to CANCEL dream wedding abroad and worried fiancé Bradley Dack ‘wasn’t interested’ in planning

    Olivia Attwood has told of her ‘nightmare’ experience where she was forced to cancel her dream wedding to fiancé Bradley Dack.

    The TOWIE star, 26, has had to completely change her plans after coronavirus disrupted her decision to get married in an idyllic ceremony abroad.

    Olivia also spoke about how she was worried that her footballer beau ‘wasn’t interested’ in planning their special day together.

    Cancelled! Olivia Attwood has told of her ‘nightmare’ experience where she was forced to cancel her dream wedding to fiancé Bradley Dack

    Speaking to the Sun about her day, Olivia said: ‘It’s all been a bit of a

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    what to expect on someone’s big day during the pandemic

    TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – If you’ve got weddings coming up on your calendar, you may be wondering what present to get the newlyweds, or what to wear. This year, that may including adding a mask to your ensemble and social distancing on the dancefloor.

    a sign in front of bushes: Industry professionals talk about planning the big-day during the pandemic.

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    Industry professionals talk about planning the big-day during the pandemic.

    From the venue to the party favors, soon to be married couples hosting and planning weddings in the age of COVID-19 are saying “I do,” differently.

    “It’s been an entire rollercoaster,” says Brooke Lauber-Cobb, owner of Bee for the Day Wedding Consulting and Event Planning in Toledo. “A lot of adaptability, a lot of flexibility, and a lot of patience and kindness and grace.”

    The fall wedding season is in full swing for industry professionals and couples planning their big day.

    However, thanks to COVID-19, there still aren’t as many events

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    How To Make A 15 Person Wedding A Day To Remember

    As someone who attended 15 (!) weddings last year and had 10 planned for 2020, the Covid-19 wedding restrictions have been a real game-changer for my social life – and, obviously, my friends’ emotions.

    With the current pandemic turning the wedding industry upside down, many couples have made the difficult decision to postpone their impending nuptials until the guest list can be extended beyond 15. However, for some, going ahead with a 15-person wedding is the only option due to venue policies or simply because they’re sick of the ever-changing rules and just want to tie the knot.

    Whilst thousands of brides won’t be having the big white wedding they’d planned, that’s not to say that a ‘micro wedding’ can’t be just as special. If you’re planning a 15-person wedding and want to make it just as epic as your original plans, we’ve enlisted two of the country’s top wedding

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    The Best Midwest Florals to Incorporate Into Your Wedding Day | Wedding

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    No matter the size of your wedding, floral arrangements have the power to supply cohesiveness to the design of your big day. The right set of florals can set your perfect scene. Here, we explore the smells, textures and local plants that are most inspiring to Midwestern brides and grooms at this moment.

    “Right now, most of my couples are drawn to a looser, organic look, with lots of texture,” says Angela Moore, owner and designer at Serendipity Floral Design. Her shop, located in Cottleville, got its name from the 2001 movie starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale, which Moore saw when she started dating her husband and they shared their first kiss. Born out of a romantic moment, Serendipity Floral Design seeks to create a magical memory for its clients to savor long after the day has passed.

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