There are three main points to consider, when adjoining two wedding pieces. ACCENTS, BLOCK COLOUR and DETAILING. Following these simple ideas, you can achieve your personal signature styles, and carry them in your couples wardrobe.
Firstly, features on the design are very important. The accents reflect off what key styles you want to stand out. For a bride, it is always about those small details, how each design tells a story. Where as the groom wants an overall ravish, sharp edge. If your wedding has a theme, you will need to incorporate this in your garments, whether you are going for a contemporary look or a traditional attire. The registry wedding is more of a contemporary occasion, whether you decide to wear western garments or Asian. The theme is acknowledged as a classic western style, in the white dress or a simple garment. So keeping the style and design simple works perfectly as a light piece. A traditional wedding ceremony would consist a more heavy accent, as it’s a more regal moment. Traditional Indian lengha have a creative flow to design an attire with personality and your very own made-to-measure exclusive style.
Colour is EVERYTHING. Co-ordinating colours is a significant part of the design process, as it’s the first eye-catching appeal. Individually you will have different tastes, so each think of two colours you’d want to portray in your outfits and whether they suit. Play around with the shades and the tones to see what contrasts work. Again, professional advice from a style consultant or a designer will help you visualise the two creations. Grooms tend to keep colours to a minimal tone, either one bold block or a neutral with other subtle colour statements to suit the brides piece. As a bride you may not want to go for a traditional red shade, and that’s okay, as any colour can be the right colour. It’s how they have been co-ordinated to present a bridal piece. Picking off from the boarders and thread work of embellishment from one another, infuse those colours to accentuate.
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