The Pisces Bride's Ultimate Guide to Wedding Planning
If you don't know where to start when it comes to planning your wedding, we have a suggestion no one's told you yet: Look up. The star sign you were born under can inform you about the celebration you're destined to have. With that in mind, we asked astrologer and life coach Tracey Rodgers to break down wedding planning by zodiac sign. If you're a Pisces, which means your birthday falls between February 19 and March 20, this guide is for you.
An old soul that's drawn to the water, a Pisces bride's wedding is bound to be equal parts gorgeous and romantic. You know how to perfectly blend of traditional elements with your signature artistic flair, so this is the perfect opportunity for you to create a tranquil environment for your guests to enjoy. Your sensitive side is a double-edged sword throughout the process, though, and while it's bound to get the best of you at some point during planning, it's also what will make your walk down the aisle and your vows (which you're bound to write yourself) an emotional moment for all to participate in.
As a water sign, you'll be drawn to details and motifs that speak to the ocean—and that starts with your engagement ring. From there, Rodgers says you'll choose a venue overlooking some body of water, be it an ocean, lake, or river. Expect blue to be a prevailing color in your overall palette, but know that there's plenty of room to work your individual sense of style into the celebration. From your dress (or maybe a jumpsuit) to your wedding cake, you'll make sure the finer points of the day reflect exactly who you are.
The Engagement Ring
As blue as the water your sign represents, a blue sapphire ring on a silver band is your dream ring, according to Rodgers.
Wedding Venue and Date
A winter wedding by the water sounds counterintuitive, but a seaside wedding in the colder months can be just as beautiful and magical as a summer one. Just think of it: The calm sea, maybe even covered with ice, set against an orange pink sunset? It's the recipe for gorgeous photos you'll love for years to come.
Chic and stylish are the two words that define your bridal style. A convertible dress is a great way to show off your sense of style since it allows for multiple looks with only one dress. You may even choose to skip the dress entirely and go with something unique and modern, like a bridal jumpsuit.
As a compassionate friend, there are plenty who would be honored to stand by your side on the big day, but odds are you'll limit the number to around three. Your tight crew will make it easier to navigate the day without getting overwhelmed or overly concerned about anyone feeling left out.
A colorful invitation that somehow incorporates a splash ocean blue serve you well. Whether it's the color of your ink, the ribbon tied around the suite, or even the envelope liner there are a multitude of ways to add your favorite hue to this detail.
How does one pull off a waterfront wedding during the winter? For you, a tent (with heating, of course!) that will get guests as close to the water is key. Within this blank canvas, there's no limit to the creativity you can bring to the space. Deep violets and, you guessed it, royal blue blooms will be the focal points in your centerpieces.
The Wedding Cake
Yet another opportunity to show off your artistic side, you're a dream for bakers to work with. With your visionary eye and their talent, together you'll create a cake that's almost too pretty to eat.
If it's not broken, don't fix it, right? That's why you'll likely be found in a traditional honeymoon locale like Hawaii, Mexico, Aruba, or Jamaica with a drink in hand and skin that's tanned.
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