Year after year, the wedding industry has just gotten bolder and brighter. But for the past 2 years, we have seen this industry do a complete 360 degree. We have gone through two years of micro and intimate weddings, a limited guest list and everything in between. Although some of them still stand strong this year as well, there are so many new and exciting trends that have captivated the minds of brides-to-be and grooms-to-be.
Read on to find out more…
1. Digital Save-The-Date
Covid has really changed the way we think when it comes to weddings. Couples are not willing to spend on traditional wedding invites that have ruled till now. Save-the-dates create instant communication between the couple and guests they intent to invite. This also reduce the risk of late delivery of invites, getting lost in the mail etc. Save the money you spend on the expensive wedding invites for some other aspect of your wedding.
2. Food that Weaves Stories
While last year was all about individual portions of food that were dished out for guests, this year is all about trying to tell the couple’s story. This year calls for telling a story through the food you serve. It can be something that both the bride and groom enjoy indulging in or something that had tried on their first date etc. Incorporating something like this into your big day and adding personal touches really elevates the experience for all your guests.
3. Hanging Florals
Floral installation really elevate the venue and when done right using the right flowers and fillers, you can create perfection. This year floral installation have gotten bigger and much more evident. Create a sense of mystic and magic around your venue using hanging floral installation. This will give your guests a much needed escape into the illusion of a hidden-away magical garden. Colour co-ordinate using soft pastels coloured flowers and whites along with forest green fillers to keep on par with the colour trend of this season.
4. Peachy Pink
This has to be one of the easiest colours to play around this season what with its endless options to choose from. There is linen to centre pieces, ceiling and floor florals installations, bridesmaid dresses etc. Any couple that choose this colour is really spoilt for choice. But it important to say no somewhere cause, it is quite easy to go overboard as well. Add a few splashes of white, green and even a few other shades of pink to break the monotony.
5. All about Big Bows, High Necklines and Off Shoulder Necklines
Bridal fashion this year has ventured to another level with all the big bows, high necklines, off-shoulder necklines, etc. Falling totally in love with these trends this year is not hard. Oozing out big-time drama, each of these trends is something worth trying out this season. Ensure to keep the rest of the gown a bit understated to accommodate the drama that these trends bring.