Fridges everywhere are full of wedding invites and we couldn’t be more excited! Keeping tabs on this year's wedding trends has given us lots of inspiration to share. We’re talking textures, traditional details, and more to watch out for this wedding season.
Want to make a statement on your big day? Light up your ceremony or reception spaces with chandeliers, lamps, and floral displays.
Texture, texture, texture!
We are seeing texture everywhere! Velvet, fabric installs, and unique linens are taking over ballrooms and we are obsessed. The layered look adds a personal touch and makes the day look custom.
Photo Op Backdrops
2019 is the year of the backdrop! Couples are creating picture-perfect photo ops for their guests to snap photos in front of because who doesn't want the perfect Instagram shot?
Royal Inspired Details
We have seen the minimalism trend rule for the past few years, but in 2019 maximalism has made a serious comeback. Dramatic floral installations and grand centerpieces are filling up reception spaces everywhere. Because this trend can be pricey, try to pick just one focal point to make your statement.
While this trend will never go out of style, we love seeing how creative couples make their weddings uniquely them year after year. Alternative guest books, themed place settings, and original music being performed by family or friends have been among our noteworthy favorites.
Natural Wood Elements
We love seeing natural wood being incorporated in wedding designs this season. It gives a cozy vibe to industrial style spaces that need a little warmth!
Brides and grooms have been incorporating environmentally friendly elements into their special day this season, and its a personal favorite! From glass straws to recycled linens, this is a trend we hope never goes away.
For the past few seasons, we have been seeing brides and grooms opting for non-traditional weddings. In 2021, grandma will be happy because the classics are making a comeback. We're seeing "traditional" weddings take over with black formal tuxes, brides in sleeves, and clean-cut florals.
What wedding trends are you loving this season?