04 Nov 2017 Wedding Trends To Get on Board With Now
The nights are drawing in, the weather is getting colder and wedding season (typically April-September) for 2016 has been and gone which means we are already looking forward to 2017 and a whole new season of new trends to get our teeth into.
So grab yourself a mug of something warm, your wedding planning diaries and log yourself into Pinterest we are about to talk your way through the trends we see rocking weddings next year.
Whether adorning tables, entrances or pew ends, Flower Garlands have quite literally grown into a massive trend heading into 2017. Cascading flowers in particular, so think long shabby chic tables draped in greenery and fresh flowers. Garlands of greenery are also making an appearance and can quite often sometimes be cheaper than flowers. They make the perfect table runners and centrepieces too and can be mixed up with low lighting (battery operated) candles for a truly romantic feel.
We’ve been talking about this trend for a while now. It started with golds and then quickly seeped through to rose gold and copper hues and now it’s hitting stationary too. What could be more elegant than foil touches to the first taste of your wedding your guest sees. We aren’t just talking about the design of the invitation itself but the actual ink. Chic and elegant these invitations ooze glamour and will get your guests checking yes as soon as they open the envelopes. Rose Gold in particular is making a huge splash on the 2017 wedding scene. Take a look at some of these beautiful pieces below.
This is a ‘one to watch’ but becoming increasingly popular across the pond and we think it’s something that could come . American Brides are favouring more comfortable onesies and matching pj’s than bridal dressing gowns. Its a much more updated look and more appreciated by the bridesmaids since they may already have some bridesmaids bathrobes cluttering their wardrobes.
We’ve seen naked cakes, cheese cakes and even pork pie wedding cakes, doughnut towers, macaroon and cupcake towers but there’s always something new to explore when it comes to the wedding dessert! Especially if you are not really a fan of cake! Fresh strawberries dipped in white or dark chocolate and quite often adorned with pastel coloured chocolate roses, leaves, and pearls and sparkle. They can easily be matched to your colour theme and will certainly be a talking point and something your guests won’t have seen before. It will look and taste amazing and be a beautiful centrepiece for the day.