The Introvert Bride Wedding Guide

Some brides bask in the glow of all the attention on their wedding day. While others might have heavy anxiety just thinking about walking down the aisle in front of their guests. Naturally outgoing personalities thrive in big groups but introvert's like a more intimate gathering (in general). When planning your wedding, every bride needs to take their own personality style into consideration. This is your day, and you must be comfortable! An Introvert Starting Point Just as each woman may prefer a different diamond shape and style for her engagement ring, each bride has her own style when it comes to the tone of her wedding. If you are an introvert who thrives more in one-on-one get-togethers or smaller group affairs, but you still want the big wedding, there are ways to host a.

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Weddings a Decade ago to Now

Everything evolves and changes, weddings are no different! Over the past decade, weddings have grown and changed so much. Just say these days the pressure is on to be extravagant, unique and an experience from start to end. Let's take a look down memory lane and see how weddings differ from then to now. The Engagement Back in the day, the private proposal was in fashion. A small intimate dinner with an announcement to close family and friends was the way to go. Now it’s the bigger the better with performance. Also, having it captured by a hidden photographer to share with friends, family and social media. Giving the proposal the ability on going viral on instagram, complete with a unique hashtag.  Women’s Attire Only ten years ago we were seeing brides in classic white gowns.

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It’s Not Just A Wedding; It’s Your Wedding!

You are unlike anyone else. To have the wedding of your dreams, make sure they are your dreams.  Every couple has their own personality, dreams, goals, and talents. Yet, many weddings end up being cookie-cutter weddings. These are weddings where the bride wears the white gown, the bridesmaids and groomsmen are dressed traditionally, and the bridal bouquet is made of roses. This is beautiful and lovely if it represents the true nature of the couple. These traditions all stemmed from something at some time. For example, Until Queen Victoria wore a white (traditional style) wedding gown to her wedding, it was rarely done. A bride married in her best dress of any color (unless her best dress was green, then it was considered bad luck). Today’s couples no longer need to conform to these.

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