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Q – We’re having a Christmas wedding and would love to incorporate our theme into my accessories. What do you suggest?
"Getting married at Christmas is a great way of incorporating this magical season into your wedding. Add rich colours and textures to your bridal party’s look and decorate the venue with plenty of wintry flowers, roaring fires, seductive candlelight and red wine.
"Popular hues for this time of year are rich burgundy, champagne white, gold and rich green but the choices are limitless from emerald, blue and grey to pink, marigold and silver.
"Small and delicately arranged red holly branches could be incorporated into your hair accessories and bouquet. White combined with darker shades work well this time of year, so take advantage of it. Your bridesmaids could go big on their accessories but don’t forget about the groom. The traditional white buttonhole could be replaced with berries or velvet poinsettia, which has a natural rich burgundy colour. Grey or burgundy suits looks fabulous this time of year, especially when decorated with purple or pink buttonholes.
"When choosing your bridal gown, don’t let white be your only option. If you like gold, champagne or any other off-white shades, then don’t be afraid to go for it. Look for dresses with long, lacy sleeves, gold elements or perhaps a gorgeous crystal sash. The mother-of-the-bride or groom can also shine by wearing rich velvety tones and deep colours."
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