If you are searching for something unique for your wedding then consider embracing the feather wedding trend. The light and fluffy texture of feathers can complement a pretty and whimsical wedding style and can add something fun, glam and different to your day.
You can kick-start your feather wedding theme by including feathers in your invitations – I love how invites are just a taster of your wedding theme and can get your guests guessing about what your wedding will be like.
Feather wedding dresses were a huge trend for 2016 weddings and don’t seem to be going anywhere in 2017 – so 2017 brides take note! A feather wedding dress will be something your guests won’t be expecting so is perfect for brides that want something a bit different. Play around with textures – the fluffy finish of a feather will contrast beautifully with satin or silk, or for a more vintage feel mix with lace.
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If a feather dress for the day is a little too bold for you then how about choose a fun feather reception dress for your evening do? This is perfect if you want to change into a more fun and easy to move in dress for dancing.
You can subtly embrace the feather wedding trend by choosing some perfectly placed accessories. Add some Gatsby style to your day with a crystal and feather hairpiece, perfect for up-dos and for adding some subtle texture to your hairstyle.
A feathered clutch bag is another gorgeous way to add something fun to your look – you could also give clutch bags to your maids for some cute matching style.
You can also embrace the feather wedding trend in your bridal bouquet. Speak to your florist and see how feathers can work for you. If you are having a pretty pastel bouquet then ivory and pale pink ostrich feathers can add some delicate texture to your bouquet.
If instead you are opting for a bright bouquet filled with vibrant tones then think about using peacock feathers to enhance and bring out the blue tones of your bouquet. Or for something more rustic, pheasant feathers can add a rustic shade and the longer length can add a more un-done feel to your bouquet.
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So not strictly edible but feathers are also a beautiful finishing touch for your wedding cake! If you have chosen to add feathers to your big day then you simply have to honour this when it comes to your cake. If you want to keep your cake completely edible then talk to your baker about creating some delicate feather effect on your cake with icing and sugar paste. Or add a flamboyant touch to your cake by using real feathers than will look fab in your photos and can be removed before your guests tuck in!
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