10 Dec 2018 Wedding Trends
Here are some wedding ideas that couples may like to incorporate into their wedding next year:
Bohemian Themed Weddings
Bohemian weddings are trending with whimsical details like dream catchers and quartz crystals. Hanging dream catchers, above the altar, tables, dance floor, or use as a backdrop to the ceremony vows. Crystals can accent table settings or be used in bridesmaid and bride jewelry or even have them as wedding favors.
Some couples incorporate balloons into their wedding portrait shoot, as a release after the ceremony or at the end of the night, as photo booth props and as reception décor. Pick out styles with confetti, in the shape of the couple’s monogram initials or with a calligraphed message, like these ‘Just Married ones
Floral walls, backdrops and floral arches become the go to decoration for creating the most romantic wedding scene. Don’t be afraid to add many flowers to the church, and venue.
Millennial Pink is the favorite of many millennial brides. Flower crowns also are gaining popularity,
Light It Up
This wedding season, neon signs are stealing the show. Couples can rent neon table numbers for their reception tables, as well as sayings, such as Drunk in Love, Let’s Dance and Happily Ever After.
Ruffled skirts are used in wedding gowns to create that soft-layered look. Adding ruffles to wedding décor through linens, chair covers like these chair back rentals, drapery in altar décor and even on a wedding cake!
Geometric details can easily be found in a wide range of wedding details including wedding stationery, backdrops, hanging lanterns or votives, signage, terrariums, and wedding cake tier shapes and décor, or neven as wedding favors.
Here are the 2018 Bridal Fashion Week runways latest bridal trends:
- Princess Capes & Capelets
- Black Accents
- Cascading Ruffles
- Sheer Corsets
- Pearl Embellishments
- Shades of blue
- All over beading
- Statement bows
Navy is the new black
The dark blue or midnight blue trend is gaining popularity in weddings as a wedding theme, or groom’s wedding suit