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Expressing Your Unique Style: The Joy of Personalizing Your Wedding

wedding send off with bride and groom

People sometimes forget that weddings are the perfect opportunity to showcase your personality—it’s literally a party celebrating you, after all. While the classic, white-tulle-covered wedding is beautiful and timeless, it doesn’t always resonate with everyone. Your wedding should reflect your unique style and preferences, and it’s essential to break free from the idea that there’s only one “right” way to do it.

White weddings are undeniably elegant and classic, but for those of us who love color, the notion of the perfect white wedding can feel a bit limiting. Rachele and Robin are prime examples of a couple who embraced their love for color, and their wedding was a vibrant celebration of their personalities. I had an incredible time curating the designs and details for their big day, incorporating a myriad of colorful elements—from the glassware to the florals. Rachele’s dress, adorned with stunning multicolor floral embroidery, was absolutely jaw-dropping and uniquely her. It takes courage to stray from the traditional white wedding dress, and I commend Rachele and Robin for their bold choices.

The most important aspect of your wedding day is that it makes you happy. This happiness includes being thrilled with the design and aesthetic of your event. Whether you choose a classic white wedding, a colorful extravaganza, or something in between, the key is to follow your heart. Your wedding should be a reflection of who you are as a couple, celebrating your love in a way that feels true to you.

Remember, your wedding is a celebration of your journey together. Embrace the opportunity to infuse your personality into every detail, and don’t be afraid to go against the norm. After all, it’s your day, and it should be as unique and extraordinary as your love story.

Photographer: Rosina Di Bello

Videographer: Dana Lynn Photography

Drapery & Lights: CBK Events

Hair & Makeup: BelleLite

Entertainment: DJ Gardy Girault

Sound Engineer: Denchy Audio Production

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