1. Dark color palettes
More and more couples will mix colors, textures and materials that traditionally would not get together. We will see a rise in the use of greys, dark blues, burgundy and teal green. As darker color palette are somehow edgier, you can mix them with wooden tables and pastel colors to soften the ambiance.
2. Classic and traditional styled wedding
No more high flowers compositions. This year we will see low floral composition, we will keep on seeing candles used as part of the centerpieces, however there will be more variety in shapes and length to give more texture and dimension to the table.
3. Custom illustrations
This trend is probably the one I love the most. Personalized watercolor invitation of the couple or the venue, personalized menus and thank you cards. Your wedding stationery is created exclusively for you and there is no risk that someone else uses it for their wedding too!!
4. Pampas grass and wheat, replacing fresh blooms
Pampas Grass is a grass from South America and it is available all year round. On top of this it add texture and it is budget-friendly. You can find this grass in white, ivory and pink, you can use it for your ceremony decor as in the picture above, for your centerpieces or bouquet!
5. Bringing the outdoors in
For all those of you, who do not live in the perfect weather that San Diego has to offer, why not bringing the outdoors inside for your ceremony and even reception! Tree installations and wooden chairs are the perfect match to create your perfect enchanted garden!
6. Back to clean lines and classic dresses
We all have different styles and I honestly believe there will never be one and only prevailing wedding dress trend for an entire year, however there has been an increase in clean lines, simple yet elegant, white wedding dresses and I personally love it! Especially when it is contrasting a sophisticated decor and flower composition.
7. Last but not least......
Say bye to blushes, Living Coral is here to last!