LEEDS, England, May 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The official wedding season is well and truly underway, with sales for wedding favours (http://www.thelastdetail.co.uk/sub-categories/337-favours.html) and wonderful wedding guest book (http://www.thelastdetail.co.uk/product-list/299-wedding-guest-books.html) designs flying off the shelves at The Last Detail.
Kaley Gardiner, Founder of The Last Detail, talks about the current trends and colours dominating table tops in 2011.
"Royal Wedding Fever had begun to kick in even before Kate and William entered Westminster Abbey and we're continuing to see a shift away from the bold, bright coloured favour boxes and cluttered finishing touches and a movement toward an altogether more simplistic, pure and beautifully streamlined table decoration for those getting wed in 2011.
"We've seen a cultivated desire for tasteful, sumptuous favours. Sales prove that soft ivories, gold's and creams are officially back in, and for those looking to add a little drama, we've found our customers are adding a hint of black or a shimmer of diamanté twists."
It seems too, that couples in 2011 are more nostalgic than their predecessors, with sales for beautiful guest book designs at an all time high.
Kaley goes on to note, "There's something incredibly special about capturing your friends and families thoughts and emotions on paper and the romantics among us have certainly been reminded of that in the run up to their wedding day. Our beautiful range of guest books mean brides and grooms will be able to look back and remember the occasion when everyone was together - perfect for memory making! Customers have been choosing a variety of guest book designs to suit their individual tastes - from vintage, classic mother of pearl and personalised contemporary shimmering silver heart designs."
Whether it be clear table gems scattered across a crisp white cloth, or ivory preserved rose petals piled high in glasses and resting delicately throughout, the trend for Summer / Autumn will be 'less is more', embellished only by discreet coordinating favour boxes and perhaps delicate but ornate decorative accessories twisted gently around favours or glasses, catching the light and adding a rich, opulent feel.
Table settings will be simple, uncluttered and graceful in the summer of 2011.