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November 22, 2013

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n Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2014

Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2014

Mazelmoments.com - Pantone's Top 10 Colors for Spring 2014 for Women

Mazelmoments.com – Pantone’s Top 10 Colors for Spring 2014 for Women

flooks.net - 2014 Spring Top 10 Women's Color Report

flooks.net – 2014 Spring Top 10 Women’s Color Report

Pairings of these top ten colors are on both ends of the color palette.  On one end you have calm, romantic pastels, on the other spectrum you have bold, vibrant colors with couture confidence.

 

  • PANTONE 15-3920 Placid Blue
  • PANTONE 16-3823 Violet Tulip
  • PANTONE 15-6114 Hemlock
  • PANTONE 16-0000 Paloma
  • PANTONE 15-1225 Sand
  • PANTONE 14-0852 Freesia
  • PANTONE 18-1651 Cayenne
  • PANTONE 17-1360 Celosia Orange
  • PANTONE 18-3224 Radiant Orchid
  • PANTONE 18-3949 Dazzling Blue

 

Copyright 2013, Kim Horn, MBC™

 

To hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

 

Kim M. Horn, MBC™

Master Bridal Consultant | 1 of 61 in the World

Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator | Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – May 2012

ABC 2010 Conference Chair worked with David Tutera

 

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December 29, 2011

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Sunday, June 2, 2019

Phoenix Convention Center South Building

9am – 3pm.

$12 at the door

http://www.ArizonaBridalShow.com

Bridal shows allow you to meet, compare, discuss, and hire wedding vendors (some have show specials for a limited time) at one location at one time.  You may taste cakes, view sites, try on gowns, hear DJs, see and smell floral, and much more.

These wedding planning tips are priceless to make your “Bridal Show Experience” productive!

1).  Pre-register and purchase tickets in advance vs. waiting in lines the day of the show.

2).  Download the BrideScan app, and build your profile.  BrideScan allows you to scan potential wedding pros and brides you meet during a bridal show via QR code.   No more sorting through business cards or writing your name, wedding date, and email address on their forms!  BrideScan allows you to view the vendors by category (caterers, cakes, etc.).

3).  Create a wedding email.

4).  Know the show schedule (fashion shows, opening, and ending times) to plan your day.  Shows normally are less busy the first hours of opening.

5).  Bring the people involved in making major decisions for your wedding.

6).  Take photos and video of everything you love.

7).  Bring a reusable bag to carry hand-outs and samples.

8).  Wear comfortable shoes since you will be walking and standing on your feet for hours.

9).  Bring your calendar so you may book appointments.

10).  Bring cash and your check book to take advantage of show discounts on site.

11).  Bring your color swatches if you still need a designer, florist, and bakery.

12).  Make a list of priorities of products and services you need the most.

13).  Some vendors may be able to book 1 or 2 weddings a day which will make them book more quickly.  Photographers, DJs, wedding planners, florists, and videographers may be examples of this vendor type.  Other vendors may be able to book multiple weddings on the same day.  Keep this in mind when organizing your priorities.

14).  Stay until the end of the show, you may be able to have props which are leftover from the exhibitors.

Copyright 2019, Kim Horn, MWP™ (Master Wedding Planner, 1 of 75 in the World)

To hire Kim as your wedding planner, call 480.921.7891 or text your name, wedding date, and wedding planner request to 602.418.9089.

Kim Horn, MWP™

Master Wedding Planner | 1 of 75 in the World

Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Phoenix and Destination Weddings

Publisher | Pres. | ArizonaBridalSource.com

AZ State Coordinator | Assoc. of Bridal Consultants May 2003 – May 2012

ABC 2010 Conference Chair worked with David Tutera

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June 27, 2011

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After lighting the event by bkthedj.com

After lighting the event by bkthedj.com

Lighting at your wedding will take your vision from standard to OMG!

Work with your wedding planner (an experienced planner with lighting background), and their lighting designer to illuminate your centerpieces, cake, and the planner/designer will suggest other ways to set the mood of the room, then change it periodically throughout the evening as you finish dinner, and move into dancing, and your after hours party.

Organize a site inspection with your wedding planner, lighting designer, and catering/sales manager to determine viable options with the space you have to work with. If there is no electric in the ceiling, (just ran into this at a newly built upscale ballroom at a hotel…really!!!), you won’t be able to drop chandeliers from the ceiling without having cords running up the sides of the wall to run power to them. Once I knew there was no power in the ceiling, the design of the wedding changed completely! Thank God for the rigger who let me know, since the catering sales manager at the hotel did not know this, and had been at this property for years. Yikes!

See if the site has dimmers for their overhead lights, and if there are any florescent lighting, make sure they are turned off! Find out if there are any service doors which must be kept open, which would flood the space with light and ruin the effect.

If you’re planning a wedding at home or in a tent, discuss how much electricity your lighting designer is going to need. Your band or DJ will probably have to tap into your home’s power for their speakers, and you don’t want to risk blowing a fuse. If your lighting expert is concerned that there won’t be enough power to go around, they may consider bringing a generator, which should be positioned strategically out of range of hearing the buzz/hum.

Each venue will have different rules and regulations, so make sure you check with them on what you may or may not do for lighting. Get a quote before moving forward to see your “wish list” with pricing breakdowns, then adjust as your budget mandates, to get the look you want.

Lighting 101
Pin spot – A focused beam of light which shines directly onto an object, like your centerpiece or wedding cake, as a highlight effect.

Color wash – Different types of light fixtures create a “wash,” which is basically a blanket of colored light covering an entire area.

Gobos – Round cut outs or “stencils” are put over a light to project a design or pattern on a dance floor, wall, or other focal point. Popular gobo designs are monograms, dates, or another motif from your gown, cake or wedding invitation. The complexity of the design will affect the gobo’s cost. Metal gobos (less expensive) and glass gobos (withstanding higher heat) are two different styles and qualities.

LED – LED lights are popular for weddings since they use less electricity (and don’t get as hot) than regular, incandescent light bulbs. This may be wireless, so they’re even that much more discreet. LEDs are great for color changes and vibrant colors. They’re also common in strands and good for accent lighting.

Kim Horn, Master Bridal Consultant
Publisher – Arizona Bridal Source
ABC AZ State Coordinator
2010 ABC Conference Chair – worked with David Tutera
480.921.7891
info@ArizonaBridalSource.com

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