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Gothic Wedding Hair

When we think about a Gothic look, one pictures a lot of black, lots of red touches or bright pink, blue and other strong colors, and a pretty dramatic makeup. If the bride is into this Gothic fashion style, she will want to express this at the wedding as well. However, she doesn't only have the clothes to worry about – though a Gothic wedding dress is easily found – one can't really say the same about the hair. However, with the Gothic fashion style, one can achieve many other looks: sweet, trashy, aristocrat and maybe everything else in between, so take a loo at some pics for inspiration, and create your own Gothic hairstyle for the wedding!

Gothic Wedding Hair (Source: 3.bp.blogspot.com)

Gothic Wedding Hair (Source: 3.bp.blogspot.com)

Even though this bride doesn't really look Gothic, her hair can be successfully worn at the wedding, by any Gothic bride. This hairstyle will make one look almost like a princess if she has the right hair color, or like a vampire countess, again with the right hair color which has to b3e either black or fierce red.

Gothic Wedding Hair (Source: 2.bp.blogspot.com)

Gothic Wedding Hair (Source: 2.bp.blogspot.com)

A Gothic wedding theme is perfect for any autumn wedding event, or for one with Halloween as its theme. If that's the case with your on wedding, then you will need a nicely inspires hairstyle and color, and a good inspiration if the Bride of Frankenstein, with her black hair and a white strand or 2. You can choose to look either scary, either ravishing, just like in the image above!

Gothic Wedding Hair (Source: wedding-dresses.name)

Gothic Wedding Hair (Source: wedding-dresses.name)

You don't have to have  long hair to pull off this Gothic look: if you have short hair and you like this clothing style, then you probably are styling your hair in a matching manner too. In the image above we could very well see a future bride.The short hair can easily be styled in any crazy, Gothic fashion, but the most common style is with the ending of the hair twisted towards the outside, in a spiky manner.

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Orange Color Wedding Bouquets

Are you a big fan of the orange color and wish to incorporate it in your bridal look but haven’t found yet the right way? Well, perhaps you should think of using this theme for your wedding flower bouquet! Since this color is so vibrant, bold and strident, the way best way to use it is as an accent to a beautiful wedding flower bouquet that you can wear on the big day!

We brought these superb orange color wedding bouquets here today to present to those who are interested in this theme and wish to adopt it for their own wedding. If you’re not pleased with the designs that you can find here, on this page, perhaps you should browse for the other articles that we have on various orange bridal bouquets and wedding table centerpieceson our website!

Orange Color Wedding Bouquets

Orange Color Wedding Bouquet from bollea.com

We feel confident in the fact that you will get the chance to spot something that you can use or get inspired from for your own arrangement. The orange color stands for brightness, exuberance, energy, dynamism and exoticism. It is a great nuance that can add more cheerfulness, joviality and optimism to a wedding and also make the wedding atmosphere more inviting, warm, pleasant and festive for the guests. You can be sure that your wedding attendants will be very happy with your choice! This color can also provide you with a fresh, radiant and brilliant look, because orange is also the color of glamor. Now, it all depends on the exact type of orange nuance you decide to use for your wedding bouquet.

Orange Color Wedding Bouquets

Orange Color Wedding Bouquet from bollea.com

The darker tones – such as the burnt orange are more adequate for fall season weddings or for dramatic ceremonies and receptions. On the other hand, the lighter tones – such as the coral or the peach shades are more fitted for the casual or high class modern and antique weddings. You can use this color for Halloween themed weddings or for vibrant autumn weddings. Those of you who are thinking of planning a rustic, a western or a country-side inspired wedding should also take into consideration this fabulous color for the décor arrangements. We recommend it especially for destination brides who are planning a beach, an island, a coast or a seaside wedding and wish to make it all look even more exotic, eye-catchy, spectacular and refreshing! An orange color wedding bouquet can be composed of seasonal flowers or of tropical flowers, depending on the preferences and wedding budget of each one of you.

Orange Color Wedding Bouquets

Orange Color Wedding Bouquet from bollea.com

The exotic flowers that are imported from other regions are more expensive. Among the most popular or trendy types of real orange flowers that are nowadays incorporated in wedding bouquets and table centerpieces we mention the ruffled ranunculuses, the lavish gerbera daises, the sweet peas, the elegant mango calla lilies and the lovely narcissuses. You can also use orange carnations, proteas, garden roses and orchids to make your bouquet more romantic, sumptuous and delicate. Tell us which of these orange color wedding bouquets you like the most!
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Interesting Weddings

Are you planning a super romantic wedding but in a more modern way and haven’t found yet the right theme or color scheme to get it all started? Well, perhaps you should give it a try with the stunning dark red theme.

Compared to the standard bright red color, this one presented here in the pictures below is much more attractive, whimsical, sensual and eye-catchy. It can fit perfectly the contemporary bride who is ready and willing to assume and adopt something more provocative, bold and imposing for her wedding and for her own look.

Therefore, all the images that you can admire on this page are posted for all of those who are interested in playing tough and dynamic on their big wedding day. We think that the examples of dark red wedding flower bouquets and arrangements presented in the pictures are able to convince you that this color is exactly what you need for decorating your own wedding and composing your bridal bouquet.

We honestly think that any bride who wants to look romantic, sumptuous and attractive, but in a more clever, versatile and fashionable way will find these beautiful flower arrangements posted here adequate for their own wedding. There is no doubt that red is and it will always remain the most romantic, flattering, passionate and energizing color available for a wedding – regardless of its formality, season or character.

If we are though to recommend this theme for a certain category of brides, we would mention the formal-dramatic brides who are planning a big, sophisticated and high class wedding. For casual ceremonies and receptions this color may not make the best selection. This is why we suggest you to consult a specialist in field or a color chart before you actually decide or choose anything for your wedding.

Make sure that the wedding décor or look you’re planning will fit all the aspects or coordinates of the event, such as: formality, season, venue, style or theme. In general, dark themed weddings are chosen by brides who are planning a punk rock look, a Gothic look or a Halloween look. These are all themes that can incorporate perfectly the dark red color, adding more drama, sophistication, flame, romanticism, passion and exquisiteness to the wedding. If you want to obtain even a more dramatic and striking look you can always combine the dark red color with a black or brown nuance. This way you can be assured that your look is going to be as original and intriguing as it gets!

The dark red nuance can also be found under the name of burgundy, plum or dark magenta and aubergine. It all depends on the way you’ve envisioned your wedding and your look, where these little derived tones can make the difference. We are going to offer you a few examples of popular dark red wedding flowers that are usually incorporated in bridal bouquets and décor arrangements. Roses, calla lilies, dahlias and gerberas are the most common examples in this regard. You can also look for anemones, ranunculuses, chrysanthemums, carnations and tulips.11

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