5 Wedding Trends for 2016
Alternative Wedding Cakes
Couples are opting out of a traditional wedding cake and replacing it with both sweet and savoury treats. Last year was the year of the cheese wedding cake, this year it’s all about macaroon towers, dessert bars and ice cream.
Gone are the days of matching, uniformed bridesmaid dresses. Brides are recognising that what suits one bridesmaid might not necessarily look good on another. By letting bridesmaids choose their own colours and styles to flatter their bodies and fit their personalities you will have much happier friends who all look great on you big day.
Open back wedding dresses
Brides are becoming more adventurous and experimenting with open back wedding gown styles, moving away from tradition. There is also many sheer options for those who don’t want to be quite so daring on their wedding day.
Colour, colour, colour!
Couples are less afraid of introducing bold colours into their wedding design. In the last couple of years we have seen pastel tones taking prominance, however, the use of a bold colour palette is becoming very on trend.
Brides want their weddings to be sophisticated and subtle but unfussy at the same time, which is why less structured floral arrangements are surging in popularity. Loose, romantic, outdoorsy flowers is a trend set to continue into 2017.