Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

The Hottest Trends This Spring

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

The Hottest Trends This Spring

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'TIS the season for white dresses, wedding bells and fresh boquets, and Southern Downs brides can expect some rather exubrent trends this wedding season.

Peta Murphy of Weddings and Events Warwick said brides were opting for established styles with grand-esque elements this spring.

"Brides are going for the more 'grand design' wedding, with some classy decorating, with lots of flower centerpieces for the reception," Mrs Murphy said.

Brides, grooms and wedding attendees can expect a spectrum of colours besides the traditional white during this season.

"This spring you'll be seeing some stunning bold colours such as coral, turquoise and navy, with hints of gold," the all-in-one wedding orgnaiser explained.

"There's also some soft romantic themed weddings in champagne and dusty pinks with traditional roses."

On top of that, brides are sticking to the Southern Downs region for their weddings, something Mrs Murphy explained was obvious.

Between our huge selection of venues, fantastic caterers and scenery that makes for dream wedding photos, the Southern Downs is set to be a wedding hotspot this spring.


The Southern Downs offers countless wedding venues, though Mrs Murphy said there were a few proving more popular than others this year.

"This season's most popular wedding venues are Hawker Rd function center (the Golf Club), which can accommodate for the larger weddings, with resonable prices and amazing food," Mrs Murphy said.

One of Warwick's oldest wedding establishments is also continuing to be a frontrunner with wedding bookings.

"Abbey of the Roses is another popular venue, which sets the scene for a the most stunning fairytale castle wedding," Mrs Murphy said.

"Outdoor ceremonies have been popular at Glenngallan Homestead as this season its all about beautiful gardens and green lush lawns.

"Lots of scattered rose petals down the aisle is very popular this spring."


Mrs Murphy said a unique type of flower was entering the market, something that brides were opting for. …

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