Top wedding trends in 2014
In case you`ve just got engaged and you`re getting married next year, here is a brief review of wedding trends we`ll be seeing the next season. You might find some cool inspiration for creating a memorable wedding style.
For modern couples, hotels are just not good enough anymore. Unconventional wedding venues will go BIG next year. Scenic venues like theatres, castles, wine cellars, caves or even plant nursery will do the trick.
Don`t forget to the add perspective to your wedding venue. You can hang thousands of white lanterns, colorful ribbons, paper pompons, floating crystals…in order to create an out-of-this-world backdrop for your ceremony or reception.
Make sure not to miss some great lighting effects! It will set the mood for the whole party. There are numerous styles to be used – crystal chandeliers, large bulbs, different style pentant lamps, warm light garlands…
Sophisticated and exciting at the same time, coral was number one wedding color in 2013, and it will stay that way for another year. This is the perfect color for spring and summer weddings and it goes well with green shades such as teal, mint or turquoise.
BRIDAL BOUQUET RIBBONS
One way to embellish your bridal bouquet is to wrap long ribbons around the base of the arrangement. A long trail of flowing ribbon will give your bouquet a romantic look… and it goes together with every wedding style.
SEQUIN WEDDING CAKE
Sequin is not only intended for dresses and accessories, it can look spectacular on wedding cakes. Whatever color and style you prefer, don’t forget to bring some sequin detail into your wedding day and, most importantly, onto your wedding cake.
Wedding hair accessories are back in style. Whether you choose dramatic fascinator or sparkling tiara, stylish comb, hair pin or band, simple crown of fresh flowers or even a hat, match it to your taste and style.
Maybe it’s because of the Royal wedding and Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, but sleeves are now hot trend among prominent wedding dress designers. Short, long, fluttery, flared – it doesn’t matter; they add elegance and drama to a wedding gown and we love it.