Enjoy your wedding with no concerns, other than walking down the aisle in our tropical paradise to say, “I do”.
“I DO” Belize Weddings knows that planning the details of a destination wedding from far away is difficult. We work directly with you to ease the stress and anxiety of designing your destination wedding. We are there for you every step of the way listening to your questions, guiding you and making suggestions to meet your budget.
Since 2005 we’ve been here to listen to your ideas, concerns and personal preferences. We coordinate and manages every detail of your wedding from start to finish.
With “I DO” Belize Weddings as your wedding planner you will save time and enjoy yourself from the moment you arrive in Belize, instead of worrying about the minister’s transportation to the wedding! You won’t worry about finding backup staff for someone who does not show up. We know Belize, so use our dependable staff. Let us oversee that the caterer shows up on time, the musicians are cued, and the baker and others are paid.
During your wedding, we make certain that everything runs smoothly. We make sure your guests are happy. If you need anything, we make it happen so that you can relax and enjoy paradise. Our professionally trained staff ensures that the day is memorable. We have a team that cares about your day, delivering each and every detail to give your wedding that special island touch.
“I DO” Belize Weddings will be there with you every step of the way making sure that everything goes according to plan. So get ready to wed Island-style!
Here comes the bride all dressed in white—or ivory, pink, red, yellow, or even black! The wedding gown, one of the most important aspects of the wedding, now comes in a wide variety of colors. The bride is no longer limited to the traditional options of white or cream. Although, it not yet widely accepted, wearing colored wedding dresses is the latest trend that is dramatically growing in popularity these days.
Choosing a colored wedding dress is not easy as you think. For one, it may raise some eyebrows especially among those who are traditionalists. If you are a people pleaser, you may find this problematic. Another issue would be the color choice, with so many shades to choose from, you may find it overwhelming to come up with a decision.
To make it easier for you to make a choice here are some of the latest trends in colored wedding dresses as well as tips on how to choose this kind of wedding gown.
Latest Trends in Color Choices
A fashion expert once said that the red wedding gown is so beautiful; this trend would probably become a norm in wedding fashion in the future. That is not far from happening since a red wedding gown is truly stunning and eye-catching. Not to mention, many brides look good on this color.
Pastel shades such as lavender, mint green and baby blue are also in. This is because some brides, even though they want to break away from the norm of white or cream, do not want to look too bold and daring. By wearing pastel shades, they skip the traditional colors without overdoing it.
Another hot item in colored wedding dresses is black. Some brides will not even dare to consider this type of color due to superstitious beliefs. However, those who are bold enough are able to carry this elegant color with confidence and poise.
Tips on Choosing Colored Wedding Dress
Choose a color that you love and will look good on you. It is not enough that you choose your favorite color. You should also choose something that will look flattering on you. For example if you have yellowish skin tone, it would not be advisable to wear a yellow wedding gown.
Pick a shade that will blend well with the wedding. Another thing to keep in mind is that your color preference should not clash with the theme and overall look of the wedding.
Go for something that would express your personality and style. Your color choice should be evocative of your own personal style and character. If you have gothic style, black would be a good choice for you. If you like princess fashion, pink is ideal.
Avoid colors that have negative connotation or superstition. If you want to please people with your color choice, it would be best if you stay away from shades that are associated with anything negative or unlucky. For example, black is associated with grieving and should not be worn if you do not want to seem as if you are mournful during your wedding day.
Select hues that blend well with the season. Also a good way to pick a shade is to choose the colors of the season. For example, if you are getting married on autumn, fall colors such as yellow, gold, red, and orange would be ideal. For winter, silver and other metallic shades would be a great option.
Color is an excellent way to stand out with your wedding gown. But just be careful when choosing a colored wedding gown. Remember, only a thin line separates classy from trashy.