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Feathers have braved the ups and downs of the fashion industry and withstood time, consistently re-emerging as the “latest fad” after adapting a different image. We can trace back to as early as the Medieval culture, when those of high society could afford to show off their status through plumage, to most recently as people’s interest in the light material became re-associated with the 1920s following the premier of Baz Lurhmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby. But back to our talk of wedding trends: one word – FEATHERS! They represent such rich history from the world of fashion that it would be quite disappointing to leave them out of this discussion!
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Instead of hair accessories with giant, fluffy feathers mimicking trends of prior decades (or centuries) you can keep things contemporary and concise without looking any less chic!
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If the bride gets to be all decked up in bird, then the groom does too!
Let’s talk bouquets: go all out with a handful of feathers (like the one featured at the wedding of Joe Karnes, of band Fitz and the Tantrums), or perhaps try one that employs only a few for a Great Gatsby aesthetic!
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You’ve got the added embellishments of pure, white feathers, but they don’t consume your entire figure – quite a win-win, don’t you think?
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Pictured above: the winning argument in convincing just about anyone to commit to a feather-filled celebration.
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Who needs a fanfare of trumpets when you can just have giant feathers to section out sacred ground for the arrival of the bride?
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No one wants a half-completed cake. You need one that’s fully-fledged, like this one!
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A centerpiece fit for royalty! Experience the full force of plumage as you dine under this empowering display.