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Prints Are the New Polaroids

And five other new-wave crazes creeping onto the radars of wedding bloggers.

The Topic What's Now What's Next Says Who? Get It Here
Alterna-
Guest Books
Polaroids Fingerprint
Guest Books
"How many of us have been to a wedding where one group goes crazy emptying Polaroid cartridges, leaving the rest of the guests undocumented? The fingerprint guest book allows everyone a fast, fun way of saying, 'I was here.'"
—Mara Zepeda of Neither Snow
(neithersnow.squarespace.com)
Bleu de Toi
(from $40;
bleudetoi
.etsy.com
)
and
Your Keepsake
Co.
(from $50;
yourkeepsake
co.etsy.com
)
Reception Seating Chiavaris Ghost Chairs "Everybody loves a gorgeous Chiavari, but ghost chairs offer something sleeker. They bring an unexpected element to the room."
—Cyd Converse of the Sweetest Occasion
(thesweetestoccasion.com)
NY Event Expo
(rentals from
$15 each;
nyeventexpo.com)
The Rock Diamond Solitaires Cocktail Rings "White-gold and platinum rings with diamond solitaires aren't going anywhere, but cocktail rings are a less-cliché option that allows for more personality."
—Michael Arnot of Groom Groove
(groomgroove.com)
Catbird
(from $130;
catbirdnyc.com)

and Erie Basin
(from $500;
eriebasin.com)
Bridal Footwear Colored Shoes White Shoes "If we never see another brightly colored peep-toe in 2012, it will be too soon. Brides have dismissed the classic white pump for far too long, but as gowns become more sophisticated, so too will footwear."
—Anne-Marie Scali of Perfect Bound
(perfectboundblog.com)
Galo Shoes
(from $255;
galoshoes.com)

and My Glass
Slipper
(from $104;
myglassslipper.com)
Table Décor Mason Jars Mercury Glass "The rustic-chic look made sense when the economy was in the tank; now weddings are starting to have a more refined feel. With mercury glass, you get that vintage vibe, but more elegant."
—Kathryn Storke Grady of Snippet & Ink
(snippetandink.com)
Pottery Barn
(from $6.50;
potterybarn.com)

and West Elm
(from $5;
westelm.com)
Ceremonial Headpieces Veils Fascinators "People only wear veils because it's always been that way. But a fascinator with feathers, pearls, and rhinestones can be so much daintier."
—Elizabeth Jaine of Lovely
(lovelybride.com/blog)
Twigs & Honey
(from $185;
twigsandhoney.com)

and Bride's Head
Revisited

(from $100; brides
headrevisited.net
)

Photographs: Danny Kim/New York Magazine (cocktail ring, shoes, veil, fascinator); Alamy (polaroid); Iain Masterton/Alamy (fingerprint); Courtesy of Starck Network (ghost chair); Davies + Starr/Getty Images (diamond ring); Gary Moss/Getty Images (mason jar); Chris Sanders/Getty Images (mercury glass).

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