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Trend Watch: White Wedding

Mar 02, 2017 ● By Arden Haley

It’s a nice day for a white wedding. In fact, there are no hard–and–fast rules stating that the bride can’t request that everyone show up to the wedding wearing white.

Trend Watch: Maryland Love, Hon

Dec 28, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Nothing says a Maryland wedding quite like black-eyed susans, a red, yellow and black color scheme, some Natty Boh and a dash of Old Bay.

Trend Watch: Greenery

Dec 05, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Move aside bright blooms! Luscious greens are the newest trend in wedding florals and we are loving it!

My, How the Times Have Changed: Ten Familiar Wedding Traditions Over the Years

Oct 13, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

While some aspects of this time in a couple’s life never seems to change (here’s looking at you, honeymoon), other aspects have shifted meaning through the generations.

A Bouquet for Every Gown

Aug 17, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Taking a cue from a few of the most recent bridal trends, we’re pairing some hot, fresh off the runway gowns with show-stopping bouquets created by Annapolis florist/designer Sarah Campbell

Trend Watch: Sheer Bliss

Aug 04, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Racy and seductive, the rise of the sheer gown may not bode well for the demure bride at first glance.

Trend Watch: No Frills Minimalism

Aug 04, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Simple, effortless, minimal designs rely heavily on the discriminate eye of quality tailoring, letting the bride herself become the heart of the look.

Trend Watch: Runway Report — Florals in 3D

Jul 13, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Texture takes a flirty twist with floral appliques as designers find inspiration from the garden this year.

Trend Watch: Runway Report — Skirting the Issue

Jul 13, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

Bridal separates give a bride the opportunity to mix and match her wedding look without sacrificing style.

Trend Watch: Jewel Toned Glam

Jun 02, 2016 ● By Arden Haley

A splash of sapphire, ruby, fuchsia, or emerald can turn a wedding theme from ordinary to extraordinary.