Audra Lowe: When it comes to planning a wedding, the cake is usually the least of bride’s worries, everything else is so stressful. So, why not turn to the experts who have years of experience and have every single detail just a click away. Designer and newlywed Jennifer Adams headed to the trendy knot.com party right here at Manhattan all to find out what’s in and what’s out for this year’s bride-to-be. Jennifer Adams: We’re inside an exclusive party out on by the knot in New York City it’s fabulous. We’re going to find out what’s the hottest bridal trend and it’s all right here. We are with none other than the founder of The Knot, the lady of the night. Thank you so much for having us here. CarleyRoney: The Knot is all about being on top of the latest and greatest trends in weddings and we know one thing, that brides in America want to be beautiful, want to have glamorous events but they want their wedding to be different and exciting. You know basically all the top wedding fashion designers are here. Jennifer Adams: And we have my favorite party event planner in the planet, Preston Bailey. Preston Bailey: How are you? Jennifer Adams: I'm doing great. How are you? Preston Bailey: Great! I'm enjoying this night. Jennifer Adams: It’s a fun night. I love your purple suit. Preston Bailey: Thank you. Thank you so much. It’s a fall color. Jennifer Adams: I like that. Are you seeing fall in trends in weddings right now? Preston Bailey: You know, yes. October, November—more wedding than ever; and this is the favorite color which you like. Jennifer Adams: I like that a lot. What is the hottest color out there for everything? Preston Bailey: Everyone is going back to whites, to classic everyday white. It started when we did Ivanka Trump’s wedding; for some reason it started a trend. But I saw all of my brides that are coming in they want classic, white weddings. Jennifer Adams: So as a bride, how do you combine your flowers with your dress? Preston Bailey: I think it’s always good to find some detailing of the dress to duplicate it. I think that bridal bouquet is the first thing that everyone is seeing, so it has to be fantastic and it has to be dramatic. Jennifer Adams: How do you plan the corsage then? Preston Bailey: Corsages, I like doing different one for every one not the same thing for everybody. And I like to incorporate some small jewelry or some kind of a thing to make it a little special. Jennifer Adams: Did you design this beautiful bride? Preston Bailey: Yes I did. Inspired of course by Monique Lhuillier’s dress. She’s one of my favorite designers by the way. And I thought what would it be to duplicate one of her dresses with thousands of orchids. Jennifer Adams: It is spectacular. Monique Lhuillier: Hello everyone! Well I conceptualized, put it in a sketch and then Preston took it from there. Jennifer Adams: When I got married, I tried on your dresses and it was such an experience being in your shop. And of course you have a lot of two piece dresses now, is that risky for a bride? Monique Lhuillier: Absolutely not. I think a two-piece is a more modern approach for bridal and you can actually achieve a better fit with two pieces, you know, just in the proportions. So it’s a new way. And also, it gives the bride like a chance to individualize the look for herself. Jennifer Adams: What’s your favorite dress style right now? Monique Lhuillier: You can’t ask me to choose from all my babies! Anything that’s romantic with very delicate beading and like lace and like sheer lace is a favorite of mine. Jennifer Adams: Thank you so much. Monique Lhuillier: Thank you, bye. Audra Lowe: Thanks a lot Jen. That orchid wedding dress is absolutely gorgeous, I love that.