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Spruce it up a little and they're in business. Cue an abundance of rustic weddings. (Photo: Submitted by Waldorf Photographic Art) More: Reinvented farm provides idyllic setting for wedding venue, special occasions Now, with the shift back toward elegance, Myers said the barns are here to stay. Barn weddings will take on a more formal feeling with the rest of the wedding style. "People are moving away from hay bales, stumps and mason jars," she said. "It's more candle light, chandeliers and greenery draping with whiskey barrels." The bigger and nicer the wedding, the more money spent. To save money for the elegant wedding, couple are staying engaged for one and a half to two years to save money, Myers said. She regularly makes bookings for 2020 weddings. More: How local seamstress creates 'Cinderella moment' for Knoxville brides Attire: Long sleeved dresses, cathedral length trains and veils will be everywhere Myers said. Men will wear more formal full suits. Completely matching bridesmaids will be rare, with most brides letting her bridesmaids select a dress herself. Cake: Cupcakes are disappearing. Elaborate bridal cakes are coming back, with fun popcorn, candy or snack bars adding a fun touch. Food: Barbecue is on its way out, with more formal buffet dinners (an entree and two sides) will come back.
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