Wedding decorations are an important part of any wedding, and can help set the tone and create a beautiful and memorable atmosphere for the big day.
But with so many options and styles to choose from, it can be overwhelming to decide on the right decorations for your wedding. That's where the latest trends in wedding decorations come in, In this post, we'll explore some of the hottest trends in the wedding industry and provide inspiration and ideas for incorporating them into your own wedding. Whether you're a DIY bride or working with us as your wedding planner, these trends will help you create a truly unique and stunning wedding atmosphere.
Trend #1: Bold and colorful floral arrangements
One of the biggest trends in wedding decorations right now is bold and colorful floral arrangements. Gone are the days of simple, white bouquets and understated centerpieces. Today's brides and grooms are opting for vibrant, eye-catching flowers in a range of colors, shapes, and sizes. In addition to bold and colorful blooms, there is also a growing trend towards eco-friendly and natural-looking flowers. This can include using locally-grown and seasonal flowers, as well as incorporating greenery and other natural elements into the arrangements. By choosing eco-friendly and natural-looking flowers, you can create beautiful and sustainable wedding decorations.
Trend #2: New Pantone color Viva Magenta for your wedding
Pantone has just announced its new color of the year for 2022: Viva Magenta. This vibrant and bold shade is perfect for adding a pop of color to your wedding decorations. From bridesmaid dresses and bouquets, to centerpieces and cake decorations, Viva Magenta is sure to make a statement. You can incorporate this color in a variety of ways, from using it as the main color scheme for your wedding, to incorporating it as an accent color.
Trend #4: Instead of a classic wedding arch
Traditionally, a wedding ceremony is marked by the bride and groom standing under a wedding arch. However, this classic element is being replaced by more creative and unique alternatives. Couples are now choosing to exchange vows in front of stunning backdrops, such as a beautiful alps or a scenic ocean view. Others are opting for more unconventional structures, such as hanging floral installations or unique arches made of branches or other natural materials.
Trend #5: A unique theme for your wedding
Another trend that is gaining popularity is incorporating a unique theme into your wedding decorations. This can be anything from a specific color scheme, to a cultural or historical inspiration, to a beloved book or movie. By choosing a theme, you can create a cohesive and personalized look for your big day. Your theme can be carried throughout the ceremony and reception, from the invitations and place cards, to the centerpieces and favors.
Beside all the trends, the most important thing is to stay true to your own personal style.
Trends come and go, but your wedding day is all about you and your partner. So, even if you are drawn to a certain trend, it's important to make sure that it fits with your overall vision for your wedding. Don't be afraid to mix and match different elements, and to add your own personal touch to the decorations. Your wedding should reflect who you are as a couple, and that means incorporating elements that are meaningful and special to you.
We as a wedding planners and designers, our job is to help couples bring their vision to life.
This includes helping you find the right balance between incorporating current trends and staying true to your own personal style and vision.
We work closely with each couple to understand the tastes and preferences, and to help you make informed decisions about your wedding decorations. We offer expert advice and guidance, as well as access to a wide range of vendors and also our own resources, meaning our In-House Floral Design, virtual planning and graphic design.
With our help, couples can create a wedding that is both stylish and reflective of who they are as a couple.
Much love, Tamara & Tiziana