Throwing A Trendy Wedding

October 31, 2019

Latest wedding trends are dictating that couples have more freedom in planning than they ever have before. Creativity and uniqueness is being emphasized by wedding planners all over the country. The top wedding trends for 2019 and 2020 may surprise you.


Throwing a trendy wedding | wedding ring in coral
In the past, brides stuck to colors such as blue, pink, and sometimes even lavender. Things are starting to change and for 2019, coral is quickly becoming the most seen color scheme at wedding receptions.

One of the reasons for this is that virtually no matter what your theme is, this color will fit right in to it. Coral is thought to convey the optimistic, joyful attitude that comes with marrying your one-and-only on your big day. It visually enhances your wedding flowers and other decor, as well as your invitations. You can even successfully incorporate coral into your wedding cake or ceremony backdrop.


Throwing a trendy wedding | black wedding dress

When it comes to choosing what you walk down the aisle in, the latest wedding dress tends are leaning towards flashiness without extravagance. Brides are becoming increasingly bold every year. You no longer have to stick to a plain white wedding dress in order to be trendy.

If you really want to go all out, choose a dress with 3D effects. This is largely achieved by using embellished flowers that ensure you will stand out in the classiest way possible.

Where your ceremony is held also has a big impact on wedding dress trends 2019. For example, if you are having a beach wedding you can get away with wearing a see through bodice dress with multiple layers. You won’t be too overdressed for an outdoor wedding or too under dressed for the beach.


Throwing a trendy wedding | heavy metal wedding decor

You don’t have to enjoy just the right bands to call yourself a heavy metal bride. What you can do is weave metallic details into many aspects of your wedding. The beauty of this the freedom you have to choose which metallic color you want. Platinum, gold, copper, silver, titanium, and even rose gold can be the common thread throughout your wedding. No matter which color you choose you can’t go wrong. Just make sure you choose one of the colors and keep it consistent.

However, if you really want to follow 2019 wedding color trends, your best bets are bronze and copper. With bronze you will find that your wedding will have an elegant and sophisticated feel to it. With copper, you will present a cozy warm wedding wonderland for you and your guests to enjoy.


Eco-friendly wedding with 1.000 origami cranes by Ana Sofia Giraldo, on Flickr

One of the top modern wedding trend for 2019 is minimalism decor. As a modern bride, you should be familiar with eco-friendly weddings ideas. You can do your part by incorporating greenery into the decor you choose. For an elegant and stylish wedding, consider combining alabaster and eggshell whites. If you’re looking for something a little more eye-catching, fern and forest greens can also come together to make your wedding magical.

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