If there’s anyone that knows a thing or two about a creating a trending royal wedding inspiration theme, it’s going to be this A-list team of industry professionals out of the United Kingdom. Where not one, but two royal weddings have taken place just this year. With the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge saying I Do this past May and Princess Eugenie’s October nuptials, these two noble weddings have certainly made a mark on today’s bridal inspiration for brides-to-be planning their own regal vibe with royal details for their big day. Planner and art director of this take on a trending royal wedding inspiration theme Mari Chase, envisioned a just this kind of opulent romance when she toured the Hedsor House. Giving a nod to the royal wedding and looking at how it would set of new trends she was blended her inspiration with Lord Barron’s poem, “She Walks in Beauty.” Pulling in top professionals like Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium and Mirror Mirror Couture who carries Pronovias’ majestic gowns fit for a princess and a second look in Nurit Hen.
Trending Royal Wedding Inspiration Theme
A soft, romantic, timeless and elegant ambience with a touch of opulence to suit the venue was achieved with soft pinks hues, gold and white with hints of the Pantone color of the year ultra violet. Blush pink and soft pink for its romance and feminine touch. White for its purity and clarity, combined with gold gave a heightened luxurious feel with hints of ultra violet to showcase how you can use this color in a soft muted tone for a truly elegant look to the overall palette. For this trending royal wedding inspiration theme, the first dress by Pronovias was fit for a princess with its layers of tulle and long train, modest lace sleeves. A sharp contrast to the more detailed crystal encrusted elegant fitted dress which cut a sophisticated look perhaps for an evening change from Nurit Hen. Fusing together the perfect balance of grandeur and romance, Mari Chase looked to current bridal trends, adding a twist that allowed the bride’s personality and style shine through. A tip she eagerly advices brides-to-be on. The achieved a lavish décor style through each thoughtful detail from the gold cutlery to the hand-written Fine Art Calligraphy stationery. Moss and Stone softened the overall vibe with delicate flowers in true fine art design accompanied by blush pink glass candlesticks, crystal glasses, plates with gold edging and gold cutlery to give an opulent and luxury feel. The cakes carefully designed by Elizabeth of Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium matched the flowers beautifully and gave a personal touch by adding the gold monogram. Gold baroque detailing trimmed the base of the cakes with small gold leaves nestled amongst the flowers adding a delicate regal look. While, the second cake offered a marbled pink and gold effect on the icing harmonizing the color palette with the regality of the shoot of this trending royal wedding inspiration theme.