wedding trends
December 2, 2017

Wedding Trends of 2018

Attending one of the most prestigious nationwide wedding conventions, Wedding MBA, each year is a treat! This past October, I was lucky enough to sit in on trend reports from The Knot for 2018 weddings. Here are some of my favorite wedding trends of 2018!


Watercolors Love pastels, but not sure how to incorporate them into your wedding? Instead of picking one color, why not pick multiple. Watercolors are a wonderful way to bring spring colors into your big day. Etsy is filled with vendors that create custom designs using watercolors to make a stunning backdrop for your invites, escort board, and menu cards. From hand-printed invitations to waterstroke dinner plates for your reception, this romantic color palette will make your guests swoon.


Copper Everything Move over rose gold, copper is here to stay! Over the years, metals have come in and out of popularity in the event design world. From the classic gold to the modern silver, metals have changed drastically within the last few decades. As rose gold has taken over the wedding industry during the last three years, from bridesmaid dresses to wedding rings to everything in between, it seems this trend is beginning to fade. In 2018, we predict to see more copper. It is time to stock up on those Moscow mule mugs and copper flatware. Another fun option is to mix metals throughout your event.


Mixing metals in wedding rings is the new hit in engagement rings and wedding bands. Choosing a silver/platinum/white gold engagement ring with a gold or rose gold wedding band is a new wedding trend we are seeing in the ring market and we’re loving it!


Fun with Feathers! Do you remember ten years ago when putting feather extensions in your hair was a trend? Well… it’s back, in a way. By absolutely no means am I suggesting to put feathers in your hair for your wedding day or any day for that matter! Instead, we can incorporate feathers {or pampas grass which resembles feathers} into bouquets, centerpieces, and backdrops. Looking for a non-traditional boutonniere for your groom? Consider a small feather accent on his lapel. Natural colored feathers add a wonderful touch to any floral arrangement for traditional and simple or all-out extravagant looks.

Which of these wedding trends would you incorporate into your big day?


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