Before the bright summer sunshine comes spring with all its warmth, softness, and refreshing vibe. The wedding ceremonies also reflect the innate essence of spring with all its styles and concepts. Here are a few trends which are going to rule the spring wedding season this year.
Naked Wedding Cake
A spring wedding calls for everything fresh, natural, and beautiful. While those gorgeous white wedding cakes remain forever timeless, this spring the trend is veering towards natural beauty. Dominating the trend for spring weddings this year is the bold and beautiful wedding cake, ablaze in all its naked glory. Forget the frostings and the fondants. Couples can choose from a wide range of flavored fillings, and also opt for one with different flavored tiers. Spring decorations like fresh blooms or fruits complete the cakes.
Bridesmaid Dresses With Soft Textures and Pale Palette
A spring wedding is all about a relaxed vibe. Imitating the same vibe, delicate and muted colored dresses for bridesmaids are the popular choice this year for the spring season. Matching the freshness of wind, these light and flowy dresses are made with soft textured fabrics and come in a calming color palette with pale pastel shades. Whether matching with the bridal gown, or in complementary styles, the carefully crafted neutral color palette of bridesmaid dresses creates a perfectly relaxing soft color scheme, bringing out the naturally fresh essence of spring weddings.
Alfresco Reception or Open-Air Dining
Spring is possibly the most beautiful season to enjoy nature at its best. So, why cover the space when you can enjoy the celebration immersed in fresh breezes and starry sky? That’s why the spring weddings of this year are coming with more outdoor celebration concepts. An open-air reception arrangement with a tent-like setting and hanging light fixtures will elevate the evening buffet after the ceremony. And is there anything more romantic than the first dance in the breeze, as you soak up the soft light emanating from the sunset?
Lily Collins Just Got Engaged and Has a Unique Ring to Show
Writer-director Charlie McDowell and actor Lily Collins got engaged! The couple showed that they were dating when they went Instagram-official back in August 2019 and have been together for over a year. Recently, Collins shared the happy news regarding her engagement on her Instagram page. She posted a series of photos that captured the intimate proposal, which happened outdoors in a mountainous setting in New Mexico.
Lily Collins Said She Was Waiting Her Entire Lifetime for Her New Fiance
Lily Collins shared that she has been waiting for Charlie her entire life and can’t wait to spend their lives together. She also wrote that the engagement was the purest joy she has ever felt. On his Instagram page, McDowell wrote that Collins has illuminated his life in this time of uncertainty and darkness and that he will forever cherish his adventure with her.
In the photos that both Collins and McDowell shared, Collins can be seen displaying her new engagement ring with pride. It is an unusual and yet highly chic choice. The ring does not have a classic solitaire diamond, like most engagement rings do, but is instead made with a unique rose-cut diamond, and it is designed by Irene Neuwirth.
In the comments section of the Instagram post, Collins thanked Neuwirth for the one-of-a-kind, pink-hued jewel, thanking her from the bottom of her heart. She thinks the ring is stunning, breathtaking, and perfect.
Lily Collins Has a Unique Engagement Ring
Over the weekend, both friends and family congratulated the newly engaged couple in the comments section of the Instagram post. They were joined by many fellow stars, including Ciara, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, Courteney Cox, Billie Lourd, and others.
Recently, Lily Collins has starred in the biographical crime drama Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, and is the main character in the comedy-drama streaming television series Emily in Paris, which premiered this October on Netflix. McDowell has directed episodes for different series, including Legion, Dear White People, and Silicon Valley.