It’s time to tie the knot. Brand new trends are in vogue and more ideas are less fashionable at nuptials. For this year, “Vintage” and “Personalized” weddings are two of the most popular trends. So whether you want to keep it classic or go unconventional, we have for you the hottest wedding trends to make sure you don’t miss any on your big day!
Here are the hottest wedding trends for the year!
Wedding Color Trends
New color trends are on the rise in weddings now. Wedding color palette is the best with a combination of bright shades to create fresh and cheery visual impact for the event. Your wedding colors reflect your personality, so set your style, and mix and match your palette.
Color palettes set the “tone” of your wedding and have a great impact on guests (whether positively or negatively), so let your wedding colors speak to your style. And make sure to harmonize it with the wedding theme and décor.
Check out some of the most trending color palettes:
Color schemes of blue wedding palettes (suitable for all seasons)
- Navy+ Yellow + Blue.
- Navy+ Cream + Blush.
- Royal Blue +Kelly Green.
Classic wedding color palettes (for classic or beachy to modern weddings)
- Custom Pink+ Cream Rose + Ash Wood.
- Pink+ Khaki + Gray.
Unconventional wedding color palettes (contrasted, bright shades to personalize modern weddings)
- Coral+ Orange +Pink.
- Kiwi+ Pink+ Purple + Silver.
Unique Wedding Cakes
Forget about the traditional pastel cakes. Be open for bold tones.
- Colored, personalized and floral wedding cakes are hitting this year.
- Artful designed cakes in different shapes are on demand. Gold cakes with golden painted sequins. Colored cakes with ombré All is getting popular for the attractive stylish designs.
- Floral wedding cakes found their way as fashionable trend too. Bright, bold and organic floral arrangements guarantee that the trend will continue as big for years to come!
Non-Traditional Bridal Gowns
When it comes to wedding gowns, this year has revealed non-traditional gorgeous trends. Ball gowns with tulle skirts are giving the bride the chance to feel like a princess with no need for an excessively heavy dress.
Other trends in wedding dresses that are worth considering are dresses with lace sleeves, dresses with small capes for the shoulders, crop tops with organza ball gown skirts, and bridal jumpsuits. Dresses in Shades of blue, gray, and even green (mint) made their way onto the runways; and how excited we are about that!
In terms of bridal accessories, flower crowns are here to stay and fit either a rustic or a boho wedding. Veils also return in full force making serious comeback and are an option for any bride, regardless of the style or dress chosen for the big day. Big earrings and necklaces, ear cuffs and lace gloves for brides are making a statement this year.
Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses
The mixed-and-matched bridesmaid look presents a new challenge in weddings parties. Some brides are going for the non-traditional and allowing maids to wear dresses with different styles, fabrics, and colors. This is a sure way to be more interesting and fun. The trend highlights each individual woman’s style but if it’s not done right, it would not gain the required attention. The key factor is that bridesmaid choices differ in two features as a maximum. More changes can cause confusion!
Groom’s Fashion Trends
Getting jealous and seeking more of wedding fashion attention, grooms decided to stand out on the big day and challenge the norm too. Speaking of style, Gucci unveiled inspiring menswear collection with major trends for grooms. The neutral light brown/beige shade is the coolest color for spring, summer or autumn weddings, especially for outdoors. Mix and match is another key for groom trend this season. Mismatched suits among groom and his groomsmen is a way to break the habit and introduce personality on the big day.
# Wedding Hashtags on Social Media
Couples creating their wedding hashtags on social media is another hot trend that allows bride, groom and their loved ones to find all sorts of photos (even the ones they may have missed) via social networking accounts. It is the perfect way to gather all snapshots from your wedding in one place. Make sure that the wedding hashtag isn’t already used, so that you don’t find your wedding photos scrambled with some other one’s shots!