South Australian Style Magazine : South Australian Style 34 Winter - Rebecca Morse
74 SA STYLE WINTER 2O18 / WEDDINGS #LOVE / The latest in wedding trends for your perfect day. On-trend Not your average cheese cake! Move over chocolate sponges, the time for gouda, brie and cheddar is now! Many newlyweds are opting for a savoury twist to traditional wedding cakes this year with tiered cheese wheels becoming the centrepiece for their special day. A cake sized slice of cheese, anyone? Yes, please! Image: Woodside Cheese Wrights Well Suited Tuxedos and check suits are gaining ground across Adelaide. According to Knightsman Bespoke Tailors, check suits and the classic tux will always be a favourite but there is also a new wave of styles emerging in men’s tailoring with pops of colour becoming a popular choice for soon-to-be grooms. Knightsman are combining the signature black lapel of the tuxedo with new fabrics such as orange Italian silk velvet and purple floral prints to create wedding day attire that is both luxurious and unique. Post-wedding Cure This is one trend we hope continues year after year – the hangover kit! Bid your guests adieu with a survival bag containing items such as Panadol, water, a sweet treat and even Band-Aids. These kits will keep the happy couple and their guests from ‘feeling it’ the day after the big day. Image: gracefulgreetingco.com Accessorise Looking for the perfect finishing touch? Look no further – the backless necklace is the statement piece. Brides are wearing them long and lariat style, following the silhouette of the dress (perfect for the backward gown). Renee from Wishart Jewellers says a delicate chain with floating diamonds works well as it picks up the light as the bride walks down the aisle. “ We are also seeing delicate tassels at the base of a lariat-style backless necklace that moves with the body.
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