Photography: Bombs Over Betty
Attire is the easiest way to express your style and personality. Fashion is an ever moving animal that allows you to really express yourself. It's a normal thing now, but several years ago when brides first began wearing brightly colored shows – oh my! Who says you have to wear white? Prior to Queen Victoria in the mid 1800s, white was not the go-to color. Wear your best color! White does not look good on me. I don't want to wear black either, but will likely go for blue or green! And don't forget to give yourself options. Perhaps a traditional dress and veil for the ceremony and a brightly colored shrug, belt, brooch or skirt for the reception!
Photography: Wedlock Images
Photography: Jonathon Campbell
I have always loved unusual timing for events. Why not have a brunch reception with your guests and a private early morning ceremony? Or, if you're a night owl, what about a midnight ceremony followed by late night snacks or, really, you could do the same brunch menu! Both options allow you spend your entire wedding day with your husband and really flexes that “Dare to Be Different' attitude.
Our 3-part, Dare to Be Different Series was created by Sarah, owner and lead planner of Music City Events. With years of experience helping couples plan their wedding, she knows a thing or two about how to make your wedding a true expression of you, the couple. Her engaged couples are confident, savvy and know who they are. She partners with her clients to ensure their day is well planned and thoroughly enjoyed! Return Wednesday for Part 2.