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Having a classy wedding is the more traditional route but it’s a road well traveled for a reason. The best way to gauge your wedding style is by asking yourself some simple questions. Let’s get started. Ball gown or slinky mermaid-style? Bling or strand of pearls? Church or beach? Do you find yourself drawn to timeless, elegant, and sophisticated attire, décor, and the like? A classy wedding inspiration board may help. Your style inspirations might be Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn. Your ideal bouquet is roses. You prefer a ring without halo diamonds, too much bling, and the like to apiece that will be looked at in 50 years as timeless. You are classic.
Some ideas, concepts, and traditions will set you a part as a classic bride. From your attire to your linens and
invitations, these little details are simple and beautiful. Let’s take a look at a typical classy wedding!
Your look / His Attire
Hair is kept neat and in a coiffed hairstyle. Makeup is fresh, pretty, and not overdone. Accessories are under stated and compliment your dress. Your dress might be a simple A-line or ball gown. Your man will don a dapper look and choose a tux in either all black or an ivory ceremony jacket.
Traditional wedding invites include an inner envelope and most likely will consist of one flat page. Colors are usually in a bone, ivory, or muted tone with calligraphy.
Floral centerpieces are simple and typical of a traditional, classic wedding. Votive candles surrounding your simple
centerpieces can help make the event more intimate.
Small boxes or mesh bags containing classic favors such as Jordan almonds or dinner mints are a common favor for
As a traditional, classic bride you may choose to opt fora band versus a wedding DJ. And no laser beams or fog. It is typical for the Father of the Bride, Best Man, and Maid of Honor to give toasts and speeches in the Bride and Groom’s honor. Don’t forget the first dance between bride and groom, cake cutting ceremony, and celebratory
bouquet and garter toss!
Opting for a classy wedding won’t keep your guests guessing. In fact, they may appreciate that they know what to expect.