Stylish Ideas

Know Your Style- Part 3 {The Maverick}

September 4, 2012 by

You might recall a series we started a while ago with bridal stylist Anneke Roux from AnnaH. “Know your Style” is a concept used by Anneke to help brides conceptualise their wedding decor. Knowing your personal style and using that as a starting point for your wedding decor gives you a good foundation to stick to. Because believe me, you will feel overwhelmed by all the ideas in magazines and on blogs!

So far we have covered The Lady and The Minimalist. Anneke has identified five different styles. And remember you can be a combination of two styles. This week we look at The Maverick.

The Maverick: Your wedding exposes your enthusiasm for fashion-forward thinking, bold looks and ‘avant-garde’ designs. Find inspiration hot of the runway and make it your own. Embrace new combinations and never seen before concepts. The key is not to be afraid of experimenting. Be trendy and inventive, but still practical and stylish enough to appeal to the diversity of guests attending your wedding.

Her Colours- Images :Andreas Ohlund  ; Craig Mc Dean, Her Home-Virginia Mc Donald , Her Wardrobe-Zoltan Tombor , Her Wedding-Gold bow ties: Julia from Ourblogoflove   & Bride with ballerina bun: Jasmine Star , Flowers – Sarah Postma & Pink sequin hearts – Julia from Ourblogoflove , Cutlery: John Day  &  Cake :Jennifer Will , Bride with Red Lips: Jasmine Star & Chanel Shoes :The Nichols , Cake Poppers & Neon Setting: Sarah Postma 

 

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