PUBLISHED 15. 06. 2016. | MIRELA LELA MIKŠIĆ
You want your wedding to be unique and creative with a stunning effect to it? Here are some of the most popular trends this year.
World-renowned designers have finally found a solution to make you feel free and unimpeded at the day of your wedding, enabling you to dance and have fun all night long. They have designed a dress that is comprised of two parts – appropriate for the formal part of the ceremony, which later transforms into an ideal dress for endless fun after the festive dinner.
Although white remains to be the number one choice for wedding dresses, new collections of many designers have colours and patterns. Floral patterns are especially present this year. If you are expecting a large number of guests, take the defined dress code into consideration. For the bridesmaids it can even be white if you decided for a patterned wedding dress.
Bronze, copper and gold are a total hit in room decoration this year. You can incorporate them in your cutlery, vases, candleholders and other decorative items. Metal décors will blend in beautifully within any style, whether it is rustic, modern or glamorous. Mix silver, bronze and gold hues to add more aesthetic value and elegance to the space.
The palette of colours present in this year’s wedding designs is a combination of two nuances – blushy red and gentle pastel blue. You will surely see much of these colours. I advise matching these tones to white, grey, silver or golden tones.
WILD AND FREE FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS
Wedding bouquets in classic Biedermeier style has become completely out-of-date. Excessive symmetry has been seen to many times. A much more casual style with an abundance of various greenery has finally made its return. A special trend this year are seemingly unconventional plants, such as cultivated carrot.
If your wedding venue has high ceilings, you can use the empty vertical space to introduce decorative items such as pompoms, lanterns, flags, lights, flower decorations and so much more. Additional lighting will enliven the space and the decorative elements will make the space fresher and more colourful.
Adjust your menus to the local offer of ingredients. By adding seasonal items, you will achieve sensational flavours. Smaller portions of food in several courses are the key of keeping the energy during the night high, and a creative menu that steps out of the ordinary shall additionally intrigue your guests.
SWEET LITTLE TREATS
After years and years of wedding cakes and various desserts being served directly to the guests’ tables, serving them on separate dessert tables has become increasingly popular. Blend sweet delicacies into the space by adding colourful textiles, adding a couple of candles and decorative vases. That way, your guests can enjoy the desserts all night long, and the space will be get an additional scenographic element.