Planning a wedding this 2017? Do you want to have the most beautiful ceremony and make an impression on all your guests? Sure, you do. But to make that happen you need to know more about this year’s top wedding trends. Since we can’t understand how stressful it is to plan everything out perfectly, the first step is to settle on a budget. Stick to that budget strictly and prioritize. The following tendencies should help you organize the finest and most attention-grabbing event.
All-white weddings are outdated, and even though we can understand how important it is to have a white dress and décor, a little color here and there won’t hurt. Colorful accents are in trend this year – the bolder the colors the better the chances to make an impression. White roses are getting replaced with seasonal variants, which are fresher and more diverse. Also, the décor is getting a makeover too. Patterns on quality materials and linens, color pops, and unexpected hues when designing the venue are highly recommended. Let the best color blends frame your wedding, and your big day will definitely become an unforgettable event for attendees.
Opulent entrances are on the rise this 2017. Increasingly more brides want to make an impression and wow everyone around them with a memorable appearance. When referring about elaborate entrances we mean over the top décor, stunning dresses, and exquisite hair and makeup. Another great way to make an entrance is to incorporate unique entertainment. Fireworks, for example, will sure grab the attention of all guests.
All brides want their big day to be special. And yes, it all starts with the wedding dress. However, the décor you’ve chosen for your venue is equally important. When it comes to decorating a venue, couples often look for inspiration. If you’ve decided on a space that has plenty of height, the best thing that you can do to make an impression is to considering vertical decorating. Take advantage of the visual effect of your space on the vertical, and highlight it by handing flowers and wedding ornaments. For example, you can use tall tapers and have luxurious candelabras installed as high as possible. Chandeliers and light bulbs are equally recommended. They’ll light up the entire space, thus making the venue seem glamorous, spacious, and incredibly appealing to the eye.
Inspirational floral décor
As far as floral arrangements are concerned, this year is all about organic bouquets, garlands, and seasonal flowers on the tables. Wedding arrangements are meant to inspire newlyweds, as well as their guests. Fresh, wild flowers are highly preferred too. They exude a special allure that you don’t see very often at weddings. This is your chance to make an impression. Decide on the most unconventional types, and enjoy your big day to the fullest.
Creativity at its finest
When planning a wedding, the goal is to wow your guests. There are plenty of ways to do that, although the coolest trend of the season is to put your creativity to good use. Get out of your comfort zone and do things differently. It’s the most important day of your life, so now you have the perfect chance to make it count. Interactive food stations, candy corner, Swedish buffets with traditional foods, and photo boots are all great additions to a wedding. To make your big day memorable, it is important to use your creativity to make it stand above the rest.
Unconventional wedding venues
Unconventional wedding venues are yet another trend for 2017. But then again, we know not everyone can afford to travel all the way to the Bahamas or Jamaica to get hitched. What you can do is transform your chosen restaurant into a magnificent wedding venue. For a more traditional concept, you can choose a farm house to rent. Farm houses are cheaper and they come with the best décor – the natural surroundings. Choose a nice venue somewhere in the countryside, and let the beautiful valleys and wild flowers be your décor.
Are you ready for your big day? Make it cool and memorable for your guests by doing things differently. The good news is you don’t have to spend a fortune to have a dream wedding on a budget as long as you stick to a plan.