2018 Wedding Trends

 Photo: Justin Wright

Photo: Justin Wright

Weddings always include classic details and traditions; however, these trends can add a modern, fresh feel to your wedding.  

Large floral installation: 

Large impact making florals are going to continue into 2018.  These showcase pieces will always make a statement whether on a wall or hanging from a ceiling. 

 Photo: Madi Flourney

Photo: Madi Flourney

 

Wedding cakes:

Wedding cake is getting some personality.  Drip cakes and multi colored cakes are showing up everywhere.   Watercolor and floral patterns are also exceedingly popular.  

Dessert Table: 

The dessert table is more popular than ever.  Couples are offering their guests a large selection of tasty treats in a beautiful display. 

 Photo: Freestone Photography

Photo: Freestone Photography

Dark, Moody Feel: 

Black accents and a dark, moody feel is making its way into weddings.  It creates a dramatic feel.  You can include these shades in your flowers with deeper, richer shades.  Your reception can include these feel with charcoal or black lines and matching candles.  Dark purples, blacks, grays and muddy colors will replace blush flowers. 

Smaller, Intimate Weddings:

Couples are choosing to limit the guest list to a small, intimate collection of friends and family, usually less than 75.  These weddings allow couples to spend more money on food, decor, or accents that they want. 

 Photo: Celladora Photography

Photo: Celladora Photography

 

Bold Colors: 

The past few years blush and neutrals have ruled wedding.  Well, 2018 is bringing back color.  Rich reds and burgundy, navy and teal, forest green and gold - dramatic, beautiful colors are stealing the show. 

 Photo: Celladora Photography

Photo: Celladora Photography

Copper: 

Taking over for gold, copper is the metallic of choice.  From cups to votive holders to lanterns, copper is shining.  

 Photo: Ryan Tolbert

Photo: Ryan Tolbert

The Wreath:

No longer just for Christmas, the wreath is a beautiful accent.  From wild and green to a mass of flowers, there is no wrong way to incorporate they beautiful 

 Photo: Justin Wright

Photo: Justin Wright