What is Trending in the World of Weddings

Wondering what is trending in the world of weddings? Have a look at our blog post to find out!


1. Dried Flowers

They are still a huge trend, especially the mix of fresh and dried! This includes, dried hydrangeas, pampas grass, and other preserved foliage are current. They are also practical as they can be taken home after your wedding day as a special memory or gifted to family and friends. These dried flowers look stunning as centrepieces for tables and in bouquets and when used in creative installations. 


2. Cottagecore Look

Another popular trend is the cottagecore look. This trend started in the lifestyle world and has progressed to the wedding scene with picturesque venues and natural touches. This style includes peasant-style wedding dresses, lots of flowers, and antique decor.

In terms of colour trends, think sunset hues such as dusty pinks and shades of rose, terracotta (with lots of greenery), and mustards. 

3. Fairytale Lighting

Lights set the tone and mood for your wedding, be it at an indoor or outdoor wedding reception. Exposed bulbs, festoon, and string lights mixed and matched with vintage chandeliers and classic fairy lights are trendy and elegant. 


4. Quality Over Quantity 

With the rise of smaller weddings, we can give more attention to the little details! Since guest lists are smaller, couples can allocate more budget into experiences for guests. Ideas of this include creative food stations instead of traditional buffets or extravagant floral installations that make a statement.


5. Sustainability

Weddings can be pretty wasteful when it comes to food, packaging, and flowers. More couples opt for low-waste options such as cutting back on unnecessary flowers and decor, limiting stationery, and choosing sustainable fashion. Not only does being aware of one’s carbon footprint help the environment, but it also tends to keep the budget down. 


6. Wedding Dresses

Transformative attire in terms of adapting your wedding dress into a different look is all the fuss at the moment! This works well for brides who want to switch up the look from ceremony to reception or even re-wear their dress for another occasion.


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