In the world of wedding trends, things are constantly changing and evolving, leaving brides to be with masses of choice and sometimes confusion over what’s going to be the next ‘hot thing’. This week, we’re attempting to ease your confusion by bringing you a selection of our well researched top trends for 2017.
If you need more inspiration, head over to our Pinterest board, 2017 Wedding Inspiration.
The super stylish Vintage, Woodland, Romantic and Whimsical trends, that have been strong influences for 2016 weddings, are going to continue in popularity throughout 2017. These beautiful trends all centre around natural, unstructured styling and these trends provide brides to be with an abundance of ways to add in personal touches that add personality, warmth and humour to the special day.
Colour Palette: Metallic and Whites
You may recall our blog a few weeks ago about metallics being one of the top wedding trends for 2016. Well good news! The striking metallic trend is here to stay for 2017/18. David Tutera, Wedding Planner to the Stars, predicts that on trend wedding colour palettes will focus on a mix of soft brushed metallic and whites. One of our particular favourite combinations is copper and blush tones, which provide warmth and romance.
On Trend Dresses
Romantic 3-D floral details, plunging necklines and off-the-shoulder dresses are all featuring heavily for 2017 wedding dresses. 2017 on-trend brides will be encouraged to make bold, skin baring choices, resulting in an elegantly feminine look — perfect for modern brides wanting to make a statement.
Brides to be are also encouraged to be consider this year’s Pantone Colour of the Year Rose Quartz, as an option for their wedding dress colour. If making a break from the traditional ivory or white wedding dress is a little to ‘out there’ for you there is also a vast amount of choice that incorporate these two top colours for bridesmaid’s dresses, one of our favourites is this beautifully elegant Annalist Bridesmaid Dress by JY Jenny Yoo
The inclusion of wild flowers and large leaves within bouquets, church flowers and centre pieces will be popular throughout 2017. Flowers are now increasingly moving away from the traditional bouquet arrangements with a less structured, wild look. When choosing your flowers take inspiration from seasonal wildflowers. In addition, the inclusion of berries within your bouquet are highly recommended for Autumn and Winter weddings.
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