Like fashion, the wedding industry does not rest (at all), but we got great news for you, the year just started, and we’ve brought you the most popular wedding trends you must check for your 2020 wedding.
Scroll down and take some notes ladies!
Office Style Wedding Gown
Now the classic and romantic wedding dresses compete with avant-garde designs that highlight new cuts and silhouettes, previously unthinkable for a wedding. We talked about wedding dresses that include jackets, blazers, vests with lapels, pieces similar to office sets, and that for a wedding are complemented with long skirts with volume or midi, looking to give a modern and cosmopolitan hue to the bridal look.
This trend of jackets and blazers makes the wedding dress look simple, but not shocking or sophisticated. The key is also to include great accessories, giving way to another trend in bridal styling: wearing bridal jewelry and maxi accessories, which achieve a flattering balance. The key is to balance the proportions and that you do not see yourself overwhelmed with what you choose for your big day.
The designs in 2020 wedding dresses are reinvented to present romantic options that integrate the sensuality of the bride. The new proposals stand out at the top for carrying a single bare shoulder, a style that fits perfectly with almost any wedding style, be it classic, bohemian or glamorous.
Gone are the conventional wedding suits, welcoming transgressive proposals that involve both trend and romanticism in the groom’s styling. For the riskiest grooms, suits in black and white colors but decorated with embroidery and stones (in flaps, pockets, and sides).
The neo-mint, a neutral color, with a resemblance to pastel green that according to fashion and design experts, will steal the scene in 2020, being an oxygenating color, in tune with nature, science, and technology, very trendy in wedding decor for this year.
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Metallic wedding decoration is a trend that prevailed strongly and will continue to position itself in 2020 as the favorite for the bride and groom. By incorporating elements and details in metallic tones, you will give a glamorous status to the wedding. You can use them in invitation cards, centerpieces, decoration of spaces.
Food stalls from all over the world are still trending. The key is to place them in corners or food trucks in strategic places of the venue. A particularity for 2020, is finger food, a cooking modality, in which small snacks and synthesized dishes are prepared to catch with the fingers, without complications and away from the protocol.
Excellent lighting can make your wedding venue shine in a sunset or in the moonlight. Playing with the light, integrating the natural with the artificial, will help you create unique and romantic atmospheres on that day. Ambient lighting enters as a protagonist at weddings, and not only outdoors but also indoors, establishing the tone and mood of the moment.
Today we all seek to contribute to the preservation of the ecosystem, during wedding planning, the bride and groom are looking for alternatives to reduce the environmental impact for their celebration.
And although surely, you will already have a clearly established wedding budget, there are always easy alternatives to make an eco-friendly wedding, such as using elements made from recycled paper or even offering in the catering snacks and local and organic dishes.
For the celebration of your wedding, wedding planning professionals are opting for a style to decorate spaces such as the catering area and the cocktail: suspended elements that hang from the ceiling.
Can you imagine your wedding cake suspended in a hoop, decorated with flowers and foliage? Or a beverage bar installed on swings or bases? It will be something that you will surprise with and what your guests will talk about, for originality.
As you can see, 2020 comes with trends that integrate the ‘wow’ factor into each one. So it depends on your tastes and preferences to include them in the organization of your wedding. Always remember to advise you of experts in the field who can help you materialize ideas and thus make your day an unforgettable experience, for you, your future husband and your guests.