The past few years have seen a dramatic shift in the way we get married, with the pandemic restrictions leading to several new trends. These include the ‘micro wedding’ with just the bride and groom’s nearest and dearest on the guest list, and the outdoor wedding, as rules around where you could get married were relaxed.
Now we are moving into a new year, what might the biggest trends be? Here’s a quick round up.
Art Deco style jewellery
Bling is in this year, according to Glamour magazine. The most fashionable wedding rings will be big and bold, in the geometrical style of Art Deco. They look particularly striking in mixed metal combinations, such as white gold and rose gold.
Dropped waist wedding dress silhouettes
The latest twist on the wedding dress is a classic A line shape with a fuller skirt and a dropped waist to give it a slightly more laid back attitude. As for bridesmaids, they will be on the lookout for outfits they can wear again, such as tailored trouser suits that can be mixed and matched with other pieces from their wardrobes.
The outdoor trend will continue
The strict rules about getting married indoors have been relaxed since the pandemic, and it seems that couples are not in a hurry to get back inside. Wedding venues with great outdoor space such as landscaped gardens will therefore be in great demand.
The trend for smaller and more intimate weddings is also set to continue, as couples put more thought into which guests really matter to them. Other noticeable trends include grazing tables that are taking the place of formal dinners, and dry bars.
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