Warrington Country Club’s Top 5 Wedding Trends

Below are some trends we are seeing for our Bucks County Weddings. See what you think:

Outdoor Ceremony in our Lovely Gardens

Outdoor Ceremony in our Lovely Gardens

  1. Receptions “Gone Green”. Brides are adding earth friendly favors like wildflower seeds or donating to eco friendly charities in place of favors. Taking steps to lessen their carbon footprints, many Brides are having outdoor ceremonies and replacing plastic or glass centerpieces with pots of fresh plants and flowers. The centerpieces can then be gifts to your guests.
  2. Couples are using their family heritage as a theme to define their wedding by going back to the family traditions and incorporating the basics into their wedding. Popular themes we’ve seen have been the Irish wedding – with a pub at the reception and Jordan almond favors and cookie trays for the Italian wedding.
  3. Two wedding dresses. Some brides are choosing a traditional formal wedding dress for the ceremony and pictures and then changing into a shorter formal or tea length dress for the reception, leaving her tiara in her hair and taking off the veil.
  4. Splashes of color. Weddings have traditionally followed a neutral color scheme of solid ivory or white flowers. The latest trend is to use a color that pops in your wedding pictures by adding colorful bouquets for the wedding party and the reception tables.
  5. Writing your own vows is a trend that has been carried on. Couples need to say what they feel instead of repeating vows written by someone else many years ago. Write your own vows to give you a time to reflect on your relationship and marriage.
Remember your booking at Warrington Country Club includes
your own Personal Coordinator to the Wedding Party & Guests
through the Entire Reception?

The “Staycation” Meets Honeymoon

The popular “staycation trend” unites with the honeymoon as couples skip the expense and carbon footprint associated with long distance travel in

Staycation Moon in Bucks County

Staycation-Moon Bucks County

favor of romantic hometown adventures.

There are some ‘cons’ to the popular ‘destination wedding’:

  • If you are marrying at a resort, someone you’ve no doubt never met is going to be managing all the details — from the wedding cake to flowers.
  • The dollar is down right now. There was a time when Americans could stroll about for pennies a day, but those days are gone and no doubt will never come again.
  • Planning from afar can add additional stress unless you hire a coordinator.
  • You’ve signed the papers but may not actually be married! Not all marriage ceremonies conducted in your destination country may be recognized as legal in your home country.
  • Relaxation may not be in the plans. Even though you may be bordered by sandy white beaches, the pre-wedding duties will most likely get in the way of your down time. And don’t expect a break once you say “I do” if the family is staying anywhere nearby. They may insist on your attention

So, what better place to plan your Wedding and “staycation-moon” than beautiful Bucks County where you can visit the museums, local theaters, parks, picnic, and enjoy romantic dining.

Contact us for more information:  Phone (215) 343-1630 or request information on your Bucks County Wedding and allow us to treat your special event.

Classic Wedding Trends

Every bride wants to be glamorous, so consider moving toward the trend for a traditional wedding.vintage-bucks-county-weddingl

Vintage Weddings are increasing with elegant styles. People love buying and wearing vintage wedding dresses, vintage transportation to get to their wedding, vintage wedding accessories and decorations and even having wedding photos produced in sepia tone finishes. Veiled, jeweled or feathered hats are totally in – plus they cost less than a traditional veil.

This is the stuff dream weddings are made of.

Did you know that your booking at Warrington Country Club includes your own Personal Coordinator to the Wedding Party & Guests through the Entire Reception?

Contact us for more information:  Phone (215) 343-1630 or request information on your Bucks County Wedding and allow us to treat your special event.