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Published On: Tue, Oct 29th, 2019

Wedding Planning: Hot Trends in 2020

The year is almost over, and new style guides for 2020 are hitting the outlets. Fashion, food, travel or weddings; trends there are plenty. 

Snooping through magazines and picture galleries online, the overall sense of weddings is that they are getting bolder, not necessarily bigger, but bolder.

Personality and creativity are the key factors in designing any event. Out with the old, in with the new. It’s no longer about planning the perfect day; it’s about creating an unforgettable event. This doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag if vision and resourcefulness are applied. 

The Dress

In terms of wearable dresses, ball gowns are back. That should make every “bride to be” very happy. Who doesn’t wanna look like Catherine or Meghan once in their life? 

A successful Toronto Wedding Videographer has noted that short dresses will be all the rage at weddings next year. Strapless, simple gowns, on the other hand, will be a less popular option. 

photo Jeff Balbalosa

Wedding Flowers

Yep, blush pink and white are still going to be staples of weddings at the turn of the decade. However, exploring various flower shapes, or using a broader scale of color shades is a great way to make any wedding unique. By adding a sprinkle of solid blue, a loud red, or a pop of green, it helps the flowers pop against a neutral color scheme.

Using flowers to decorate a venue should be done as creatively as possible. That includes the chosen flower kinds, shapes, shades, and smell. A local vendor will also have the best insight into popular trends.

The Menu

Food is continually developing, and that doesn’t exclude weddings. The choice should no longer be “chicken” or “fish.” At least one vegan option, cocktails over champagne, and a more informal meal will all continue to rise in popularity. Wedding cakes are being replaced with fruit tarts or individual chocolate truffle mousses with berries. 

2020

The new year is fast approaching and planning a wedding isn’t an easy task. Especially if one is planning a unique experience that will keep people talking for quite some time.

Group activities for guests, pets, mixed-gender showers, environmentally cautious weddings,  So be warned! Weddings are getting bolder. 

The concept of a traditional wedding is continually evolving. A church is no longer necessary, neither are household item gifts or funny looking bride’s maid dresses.

Author: Jacob Maslow

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