Behind the Big Day Series with Bridal Beauty First

20 Sep

With the 15th Annual Hamilton Halton Fall Wedding Show fast approaching, has set out to give you a closer look into the local wedding world, with behind the scenes access to the talented industry leaders who turn your dreams into wedding reality. Recently, we had the opportunity to sit down with Inna Byelova from Bridal Beauty First. Visit their website:

In your opinion, what are the biggest floral trends for the upcoming wedding season?

The white phalaenopsis orchid with no green bouquet

What is the number one piece of advice you’d give to couples planning a wedding in 2012 / 2013?

Flowers are important part of a wedding. Do not underestimate the impact they have on the overall look for your wedding.

What is one of the strangest / oddest / funniest things you’ve experienced since working in the wedding industry?

It’s normal to mix flowers with artificial fruits, but a few years back there was a trend to add fresh lemons to centre pieces. It looked nice but the acids from the fresh fruit would kill all the flowers!

What is your favourite wedding themed movie or TV/Reality Show of all time?

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

What is your favorite part of the wedding process?

The alter ceremony

What will you be showcasing at the Hamilton Halton Fall Wedding Show?

Five different colour schemes with matching brides bouquets and arrangements.



Be sure to visit Bridal Beauty First in booth #140 at the 15th Annual Hamiltn Halton Fall Wedding Show taking place September 29th and 30th at the Careport Expo Centre, Hamilton. Visit for more information.




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