Wedding Trends in 2014 – What’s Happening?
- March 13, 2014
- Posted by: Deborah Moody
- Category: Uncategorized Wedding Planning Tips
Couples around the world look forward to creating their very special wedding day in ways that are not only unique, but reflect their individual personalities. To help you in your wedding planning process, the ACPWC rounded up the latest trends for your convenience. Below is what we found to be trending this year.
Here are a few trends Stephanie Fraiman from The Knot, the number one wedding planning site, speaks highly of in her article on The Wall Street Journal:
Woodland Weddings – “The big wedding theme this year looks rustic and natural with sophisticated, glamorous accents. The centerpieces are branchy and green with lots of lush flowers and a pop of sparkle.” And with this beautiful trend, couples are taking the inside out…
And bringing the outside in…
Both are quite beautiful choices.
All-Nighter Weddings – “Couples like to party more than ever, and want their weddings to last…Once the reception ends, the party continues. Keep the fun going by changing up the style and vibe and moving the party into another room or even an alternate venue.” Stephanie goes on to remind us to make arrangements for alternate transportation home or back to the hotel as a courtesy for guests for safety reasons..
Jeweled Necklines – “Simple, classic wedding dresses with added sparkle along the neckline — from sheer illusion necklines with small beading to larger, embroidered rhinestones and crystals” are in this year. “And since most wedding photos are taken from the waist up, sparkly or unique details are best captured on the neckline or around the waist of the wedding dress.”
Carolina Herrera Fall 2014
Thanks for the update on wedding trends, Stephanie. For more details, please see The Knot’s article here.
There are a variety of ideas and resources at your fingertips to help you get very creative on your never-to-be-forgotten wedding day. If you are in need of a Professional Wedding Planner near you, give us a call. The ACPWC has many excellent recommendations.