Bling & White 2012 Prom Dresses
The big trends for prom dresses in 2012 are prints and “bling.” Some girls take their love of animal prints and wear dresses that make huge statements. Leopard, cheetah, zebra, peacock, plus wild floral prints and stripe patterns (believe it or not) are showing up everywhere. Long dresses or short, sparkles and “bling” are prominent on many, if not all, dresses this 2012 prom season. Possibly because of the sparkle trend, designers of prom dresses for 2012 have been showing not only bright colors and lace, but also, interestingly, white dresses. You’ll see white dresses with pops of color, white dresses with sparkles, and even some white dresses with pops of color and sparkles!
One way to add bling to an otherwise blah dress is jewelry. Some girls choose to simply wear the necklaces, the earrings, and the rings and bracelets, while others choose to put the sparkle in their hair by way of timless tiaras.
Trendy 2012 Prom Decorations
For those who can’t decide, prom decorating committees can choose to supply their 2012 prom attendees with swag bags for her that include sparkly tiaras. Swag bags, a popular trend from prom season 2012, can also include glittery lip glosses, giving her another way to add a touch of glitz to her ensemble.
Your 2012 prom just wouldn’t be prom without a theme. For the 2012 prom season, many schools are adding themes to their proms to allow their prom committee to show off their creative edge. Everything from table decorations to various picture corners can be put together by students. This prom season, some students even add the option of multiple picture corners, giving multiple options for designs within the theme. Themes range from A Night in Hollywood to Under the Sea and almost everything in-between. Three of the hottest themes for the 2012 prom season are Casino, Hollywood, and Underwater. Favors can also be personalized so that attendees have even more ways to remember their special nights. Now, what favors will you choose to make your prom more memorable?