Hottest Wedding Trends Of 2014!

Hottest Wedding Trends Of 2014!

Editor In Chief of party planning magazine “Biz Bash,” Anna Sekula, joins us with the hottest, most entertaining wedding trends of 2014. From invites and flowers to entertainment, food and tables, follow these tips to make your big night into one for the ages!

Put the queen. Kim and Kanye threw what is called the wedding party of Thor year. Editor in chief of party planning magazine, biz bash, the hottest wedding trend of 2014, you say bringing back the classic? That's in right now? That is. That's a return to the more traditional. And I'm not saying the super formal, but less with the DIY, less with the an Thon polling look. By the way, I told him if I was a redo, I want want that. I'm already out, Billy. Can you do classic on a budget? Of course you can. And if you want to do the big and the opulent, you can pick one formal focal point. You think of a big color or a dramatic centerpiece or even a flower wall like Kim and Kanye have, you do that in paper flowers. You can get people to leave their cell phones and smartphones and -- It is. We're finding a lot of people want to see people when they're at this ceremonies. Oh, you went backwards on that. We have a plastic video booth and this sido is slow-mo. Whenever you're ready, we're going to push the button and then you get a three second countdown. All right? Get ready. Get ready for your L.A. Photo party slow-mo video. Three, two, one. And you'll slow it down later, right? Yes. So I'll just do the white man's overbite. Get it going there. Typical dance. Ooh. Now is that enough? That's fine. It's done. Beautiful. I hit done. And what's great about these is that they all go instantly to social. So you put them on instagram. And I pulled the thing the wrong way and burned my finger. Things are looking up right here. Invitations, yes, what is the big trend with these? So we're still looking at that classic elegance. But a little bit more personal. It's still hand letters. But it's not as flowery and not as, you know, over the top and it has a little bit of whimsey to it. This is all hand done. Oh, nice. Yeah. This is -- just a little bit more, you know, curvy, but that's the fun. Now, the food, it used to be the sit down dinner. No more sit down. It's all about tiny bites. And we're looking at the ones over here. Definitely there's a move away from the, like, family style that we saw last year. A lot of. You don't want to cram the tables full. Those are cute. It's like an aquarium. Ter rare yumm. The shrimp over there, the flank steak with the pink pepper corn. Is the social media etiquette? We talk about having this and the worst thing is so many of our wonderful -- I go out to dinner with my daughter and I say sushi. Mine is coming out, too. Lead by example. You've got to put it down. I think a lot of couples these days are saying keep it simple for the ceremony. We want to see everybody's happy faces. You're paying for a photographer. You don't want to see everybody aps camera or the phone in their face. You can ask anyone to put it down and then go wild at the reception. It's like, guys, not here, not now. No ginger boost, no -- put it away. I kind of like it. Enjoy the moment. What about the flowers here? I love it. This is gorgeous. We're talking about a dramatic opulence. These are lush flowers, beautiful. Orchids. Really what you want is that height across the table so you keep it nice and clean. It's one big one, one big arrangement sort of in the middle. Well, you have done it again. Thank you very much. Up next, we reveal the