ANNA WINSTEL : Copping Styling Trends

by Themes & Motifs' Inspirations for Weddings & DebutsMagazine

Posted on September 25, 2019 at 02:02 PM

SPOTLIGHT ON:
Copping styling trends from Events Central by Anna Winstel

Written by Marielle Ong

 

Celebrations south of Manila are looking a little more spectacular, thanks to Events Central by Anna Winstel. Since 2014, the event styling and floral design company based in Cavite has been providing premium services for weddings, debuts, and other social events. We talk to Anna about the aesthetics that make any party look lit.

Cool With Colors : While there are still a lot of conservative couples and debutants who go for traditional shades of white, blush, and gold, the trend is shifting towards color play. According to Anna, “Some of our clients are being more experimental with their color choices. Pops of bright, vibrant, or deep hues are being injected to veer away from the usual pastels.” So don’t be afraid to pick out something bold. You’re in good company.

Savvy Shapes : Additionally, themes with modern and geometric elements are still on the rise. The clean lines, often combined with metallic colors, add some masculine details to balance out the feminine florals and soft colors.

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Look Up : Another trend that celebrators can’t get enough of is playing with the space above them. “More clients are including ceiling treatment in their design decks as it is now becoming a staple in event styling,” notes Anna. Hanging strands of flowers is a regular feature of recent debuts and weddings, and so are enormous lighting fixtures.

"Clients are being more experimental with their color choices. Pops of bright, vibrant, or deep hues are being injected to veer away from the usual pastels."


Luxe-Leaning : With its out-of-this-world visuals, Crazy Rich Asians has become the ultimate peg for event styling. “That movie paved the way for the mirrored aisle trend and the use of botanicals and greens,” says Anna. But it isn’t a flat-out copy of what’s on-screen. Their clients usually request for something classic, romantic, and elegant. Then the team gives it a twist by adding elements that match their personalities. That personal touch truly makes an event the celebrator’s own.

Practical Planning : Aside from telling celebrators to savor the moment (for it passes by way too soon), Anna is all about identifying the main priorities in an event and allocating the budget accordingly. “You don’t want to be looking at your wedding photos and thinking to yourself, ‘I should’ve allotted more budget to this’,” she stresses. When working with a budget, it is also important to collaborate with your stylist to make the aesthetics affordable. “Know your options. You can ask your stylist for cost-effective alternatives to achieve your design inspiration.”

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