Weddings are the main reason that I wanted to get into event planning. Planning those magical moments for people would be a dream come true for me. Because of this, I love follow wedding trends that are popular at the moment. These are some of my current favorites.
I grew up in a small country town, so this just fits with me. Boots, barns, and burlap are the marks of this kind of wedding, and trust me, country parties are big.
Everyone loves spending time on the beach- that’s partially why these weddings are so great. They have a twist on the typical toes in the sand wedding, though. It adds the class that is often associated with summering in Nantucket, and sailing yachts around the world.
Something about the past has a romantic, sophisticated, glamorous air to it. They are also classics, and classics never go out of style. Vintage beading and pearls, retro hair-dos, champagne fountains, and classic get away cars are all a must. Plus, a little party never killed, nobody.
Blush pink is soft and romantic, and it works for many different themes. I’ve personally seen at least three weddings in the last year that has had this in the color scheme.
Lace is another classic. It can be used in multiple ways in weddings: from the dress, to the table settings, flowers, or other little touches, such as the design on the cake.
This is the ultimate trend for all of the DIY-ers. Mason jars go great with the rustic country theme, and they can be used for multiple things, like center pieces, mugs for drinks, jars for desserts, etc.
I’ve loved sparklers since I was a little girl. They are like light up glitter, so they make the perfect exit for a nighttime get-away for the couple. Plus, long-exposure photographs with sparklers make for some magical memories.
Who doesn’t love mini food? Any kind of food can be made into mini form, and that makes for a much more convenient appetizer hour, and cupcakes are much easier than cutting and serving cake. They make for nice pictures (and leftovers), too.
All pictures were found on Pinterest