How to throw a wedding fit for a queen

This wedding season all eyes are on the royal wedding. From styles to accessories, bridal expert Darcy Miller shows us how to throw a wedding fit for a queen.

It goes without saying that finding the perfect dress is on the top of the bride’s to-do list.
However, the accessories and small details can take the wedding aesthetic to a royal level.

A tiara can make any bride feel like a princess. Not everyone has the queen of England as a grandmother to borrow one from, but it can give the wedding a royal flare.

Fascinator’s or lightweight headpiece are also on-trend. In fact, since January the search for fascinators have doubled on eBay. This is a great way to enhance the typical veil.

Touches of gold can be added throughout the wedding decor to elevate the wow-factor. Monograms and calligraphy are also hot this wedding season, especially in invitations. White flowers are a popular touch, as the peony is Megan Markle’s favorite. In addition, sprinkling pops of gold in the silverware, cakes or tablecloths can add to the royal aesthetic.

Miller says replacing a coffee bar with a tea bar can also add a British touch. What a great way to add a sophisticated detail to the special day!

To learn more about royal wedding trends see the link below.