« Back to article: Dallas 2018 brides pick purple and velvet as something new, wedding experts say
Pops of purple and personalized dance floors are among the hottest new wedding trends, as seen in Jordan Isom and Wilson Neely’s 2017 Dallas wedding.
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Elisabeth Landry, owner of Silver Lining Events + Co., encourages brides and grooms to consider low floral arrangements to promote conversation across the table.
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Lush greenery accented with classic ivory and blush continues to trend in tablescapes.
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Expect shades of violet to replace some traditional ink colors, as it did on Adam Upshaw and Joshua Klocke's wedding program.
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Purple, Pantone's 2018 color of the year, and personalized dance floors are among the most popular wedding trends for 2018.
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Weddings are trending toward more formal affairs, such as Rachel Duitch and Jon Aronson's 2017 ceremony at The Joule.
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Don't forget the late-night snack. An In-N-Out Burger truck ensured guests would not go home hungry from Deryn Derbigny and Charles Toulson's 2017 wedding at the Meyerson.
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