Wedding trends are ever changing. There are always fun, new ideas on the horizon. So if you are you planning to walk down the aisle in 2018 check out popular wedding trends for next year.
Dear brides, if you’re tired of hearing that you should try a flower wall at your wedding, we have some good news for you—it looks like the days of this pretty-but-overused decor trend are numbered. Or at least according to Anne Chertoff, wedding trend expert at WeddingWire, who says 2018 will be the year of the … moss wall.
“As part of the trend towards embracing the outdoors, couples are asking florists to create a moss wall that they can stand in front of when they wed, as a photo booth backdrop, or to frame their wedding cake at the reception. It’s less expensive than a flower wall, and a neutral so it won’t fight the colors of your clothes or the cake,” Chertoff told InStyle.
Other decor elements we’ll be seeing a lot of in the next 12 months, especially in boho weddings? Dream catchers and crystals.
“Dream catchers can be used as reception décor, hanging above reception tables or the dance floor, or placed on a wall where the couple will recite their wedding vows as a beautiful backdrop,” suggested Chertoff. “Crystals can be an accent used on a variety of wedding details, including the wedding cake, place settings, and in the bride’s wedding-day jewelry.”
Wedding chairs are the easy and affordable way to create the perfect look for the big day. This is all about how you can customize your decor at your wedding through the use of wedding chair decors that you can create your own.
Ideas to Personalise Your Wedding Chair Decorations
In wedding décor, it’s attention to the details that makes the difference in creating a really strong scheme. Wedding chairs used to be largely overlooked or covered up, but stylists discovered they’re a great place to reference colourways, echo elements from the brides or bridesmaids dresses, repeat features from table centrepieces or really emphasise a wedding theme. In short a bit of design attention paid towards wedding chairs décor will really help pull an overall look together. And – they’re a great place to have a little fun along the way.
So we thought we’d look at some ideas to help power up your creative urges, with eight looks to inspire everyone from the craft novice to a wedding event planner looking for simple but effective concepts.
1. Country Chic.
This would be perfect for a country wedding, or someone wanting a soft vintage look. We’ve paired a heart-shaped wreath with a silk bouquet in pretty pinks and whites.
2. Beautiful Bling
This really is a simple idea, but at the same time it’s very elegant and glamorous. Use plenty of white organza ribbon, finished with a diamanté corsage bracelet and a single rose or peony. We’ve used a silk flower which makes this design even easier to achieve, and means it can be done well before the wedding day.