Before you start thinking about all the details that make up your wedding day, you should determine your bridal style. It can be as simple as incorporating your favorite color or having a theme as specific as The Great Gatsby. One of the best ways to start is to gather inspiration. You can take ideas from everything to a piece of wallpaper, paint chip or fabric pattern. Once you start collecting things, you will probably see a theme or color pattern begin to emerge. If you are stuck coming up with ideas, think about interests and hobbies you both have or places and experiences that were meaningful to you.
Try not to fall victim to obvious design trends. “Being current is important, but looking timeless is even better. Don’t ruin your photos by getting too caught up in overly trendy ideas.” Don’t overdo it. “Focus on a mood or broad statements in the design, rather than an obvious theme or anything too specific. You can tell a story without making things obvious. Everything does not have to be perfect. “Remember you will never find an image of exactly what you want your wedding to look like. Stop looking so hard and simply create your own: “Consider the images and ideas you might pull together as suggestions rather than literal picture of your own design plans.”