Wedding trends come and go but your wedding photos will last forever. Lucky for us, these latest trends will only make your wedding that much prettier. From creative wedding invites, to high decor arrangements and capturing candid moments, this year we are sure to see the prettiest ones yet! Here are 8 wedding trends you’ll be seeing this year.
LOTS OF GREENERY
In addition to the many bouquets, brides are adding lots of greenery to their wedding day decor. From hanging ivy to ceremony decor, there are lots of ways to incorporate this trend into your wedding.
Once you get through the formal shots you listed out for your photographer, he or she will be capturing the candid moments throughout the day. This isn’t a new trend, but the popularity of them is overtaking the formal ones. Try to be in the moment and the beauty of the day will be captured in these photos.
This trend has been around awhile and is here to stay! Intimate and more meaningful weddings are becoming increasingly popular. Just your nearest and dearest there to witness and partake in your special day!
Let’s talk about the accessory of the year! Crowns are back in a big way from beaded numbers to real floral beauties, this is the perfect accessory to complete your bridal look.
Your invitation is the first preview into your wedding. It shows off your colors, fonts and sets the tone of the day. Get creative by getting a custom map or a logo made just for you.
INNOVATIVE FOOD STATIONS
Add both high and low decor to really make this table pop. Think a food choice that is uniquely you. A s’mores bar or a donut table is the perfect way to end your reception and send your guests off with something sweet.
OPTING OUT OF GARTER ANS THE BOUQUET TOSS
Many brides and grooms today are opting out of the traditional garter and bouquet toss, but I don’t think anyone is complaining. This leaves more time for the photo booth and dance floor!
Wedding decor is no longer limited to tablescapes and the welcome table, give your guests something to ooh and awe over. Hang florals or a chandelier from the ceiling, add curtains over your reception. By adding these high arrangements you won’t be leaving any square inch of your wedding untouched.