Wedding Trends We’re Saying ‘I Do’ To in 2019/2020

Whether you’ve locked in your special day with the love of your life or you’re yet to get engaged, just planning your wedding always, looking through wedspo and gathering ideas for your unique events is such an exciting experience! With styles and trends ever evolving, we’ve asked our industry leading wedding suppliers to look ahead and make their predictions for the top wedding trends over the coming year.

Florals that marry up with your wedding venue

Foliage will still be a major element in floral designs.  Flower walls, while all the rage in 2017/2018, are now on their way out and brides are checking out unique features of their reception space to accent with floral displays to get that WOW factor.  We suggest choosing one or two floral statement pieces linked to the architecture of the building or even with hired props, rather than little bits here and there.  When choosing your wedding venue, think about how you can bring flowers/foliage into the space to make your wedding different from all the others.

Insight thanks to: Always Fabulous Flowers

Installations that push boundaries

We will see the use of chrome highlights featured in seating, backdrops and ceiling installations. Ceiling installations that push the boundaries in texture and shape with the use of florals, fabric with modern, non-traditional chandelier and lighting options in abundance. Backdrops that are 3 dimensional with clever use of shape and use of the latest technology.

Insight thanks to: AV Ideas

Deep and unexpected

2019 will be a year full of colour exploration with some unlikely pairings of traditional tones accented with pops of contrasting colour, including the return or deep colours like emerald and aubergine. We will also expect to see new and exciting ceiling treatments.

Insight thanks to: Celebrating In Style

Layers of love

In 2019 we are expecting to see brides creating their style with an emphasis on texture and layers. We are seeing luxury floor length linens, crystal cut stemware, linen knotted napkins, and glass beaded charger plates. Brides are placing a focus on bold coloured, feature floral design and are moving away from coloured elements in their table settings. To complete the look, try incorporating white, dusky pinks and neutrals in different finishes to create a more layered, textural style.

Insight thanks to: The Styled Group

Whatever your vision, our expert team is here to make it a reality for you and ensure everything is set to perfection for your wedding day.

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