Make way for the year of the Fairytale Wedding…
#1 Fairytale Frocks
At last! The minimalist dress has been overthrown. Make way for the return of the Fairytale Wedding Dress. Big, Bold and Bejeweled. The dream dress is back with a bang.
#2 Mix & Match Bridesmaids
The uniformed troop of bridesmaids is out. Mix and match dress and hairstyle combos make for some wonderful and unique shots, whilst also giving your bridal party a choice that suits you both. No more dramas here!
Maybe it’s the rise of The Crown that’s given way for the return of the wedding tiara. So why not go full princess?! Played down with a fuss-free hairstyle, this re-emerging trend is an absolute gem.
#4 Lush Green Venues
Lucious green gardens and botanical spaces will give the 2020 wedding an earthy organic edge. This is one trend that will make for a beautifully whimsical style of photography.
#5 Zen Do
Replace the gin soaked hen for a bit of zen. Pamper days and meditation retreats are a nice alternative for those who can’t face the fear of a hen do hangover. Better yet, plan your zen as day two of your hen. And a glass of prosecco makes one hell of a ‘hair of the dog’.
#6 Indoor Furniture Outdoors
This one is for the Summer months. And for those who enjoy a blast of bohemian. Bringing the indoors out and the outdoors in is just one way to beat the uncertainty of the weather.
#7 Informal Flowers
Generally speaking, wedding flowers tend to require a decent share of your budget. However, as budgets begin to lower to fall in line with the unpredictability of the current climate, the trend in wedding flowers will become less formal and take on a more rustic edge. Cheaper doesn’t have to mean poorer quality though. Baby’s Breath & Eucalyptus are just a couple of the many varieties of flower that won’t prevent you from putting an extra few pounds towards that dream dress.
#8 Vegan & Free-From Menus
The push for sustainability surges forward. And so, more and more catering companies are offering a vegan wedding menu option to meet this demand. In 2020, wedding food will also see a move toward self service buffet style wedding breakfasts as well as a shake up of the traditional 3 course meal serving.