Top Wedding Trends 2019

2018 saw two Royal Weddings, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth (finally) tie the knot and a 75 ft veil from the stunning Priyanika Chopra.
Wedding trends for 2019 have never been more diverse - and if you are getting married this year - we have your back.

The power of simplicity

Simplicity is BACK! Both Princess Eugenie and Meghan Markle wowed the audiences of millions with their gowns, and proved that simplicity is stunning. Paired with the most striking of accessories (Don’t most of us wish we could wear a real tiara?) the dresses were the most spoken about since Kate Middleton stunned the world with her classic lace gown in 2011.

Slice of heaven

Cakes have always been an iconic symbol of all celebrations, but particularly weddings. Cake trends are always changing, and the traditional fruit cake is being swapped with something very different. Wedding doughnut towers are now a thing.. and for all of you that love doughnuts as much as Homer Simpson, this is incredible news. The stunning 4 tiers comes stacked high with doughnuts of any flavour, that guests can easily eat. The good news is, you can still have your cutting of the cake picture, with a quirky spin.

Bloomin’ Lovely

More of us are choosing to move the outdoors in, as nature plays a huge part in weddings, and this is set to continue. The flower wall dominated 2018 with it becoming one of the must have features of a wedding. Flower arches, as well as flower ‘frames’ for those cheeky Instagram snapshots are expected to dominate 2019.

Be our guest!

We all know the golden rule about wearing white to a wedding, so brides everywhere can let out a sigh of relief - because this years colour trend is coral and pastels. Hats are also making a serious comeback, so make your statement bold - Ascot style!

First impressions count!

Invitations are important as they reflect your wedding and give guests the first glimpse into your theme. 2019’s trend is calligraphy style fonts with a marble and palm background…#Goals

Head Space

The veil has long been a traditional symbol of a bride but it appears that 2019 is bringing us plenty of alternatives. Bridal hair chains are hot on trend with diamonds and floral designs.

Music to your ears

When considering entertainment there are endless possibilities! Due to the previously mentioned Royal Wedding affect, quartets and harps are becoming increasingly popular. These classical touches reflect the elegance of a wedding day to remember.

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