You probably know exactly what colors you want for your wedding, but how do you bring those colors to life with a unique style? Will you choose wedding flowers in classic displays of roses, or will you try something unexpected like a wedding infused with gorgeous wildflowers?
If you’re looking for a trendy and beautiful way to decorate your wedding, here are a few of the latest trends in summer weddings.
Flowers, Flowers Everywhere!
A songwriter once said, “Someone told me there’s girl out there with love in her eyes and flowers in her hair.”
And that’s exactly what brides are choosing to do today with their flowers. Beyond the classic bouquets, boutonnieres, and corsages, brides are going bohemian with delicate circlets of flowers decorating everyone’s hair.
Combining the cozy aspects of the bohemian style and the glamour of a modern wedding, it’s become popular for brides to infuse their ceremonies with nature, bouquets of wildflowers, and little trinkets that might make you think of a gypsy caravan.
Summer is the perfect time for an outdoor wedding, and you’ll love the array of flowing, ethereal wedding dresses designers have made for stylish, bohemian beauty.
Simple and Sparkling
Another popular trend for today’s brides features a minimalist approach that’s also delicate and sparkling. Instead of an over-the-top approach to décor with decorations and flowers covering every inch of the ceremony, brides are choosing to let simple beauty be their guide.
For example, for the tables at your reception, you might choose vases of lavender roses, white hydrangea, and delicate orchids. With the vases sitting on beautiful ivory tablecloths, you wouldn’t need much more adornment to create a simple and beautiful reception.
A fun way to dress up a simple wedding is to dust everything with sequins or little sparkling beads. Think about bouquets decorated with little crystals, sparkling floral headbands, and some shiny beads scattered around the centerpieces. Shiny, simple, and sparkling!
While it’s true that planning a wedding may feel a little stressful at times, don’t let the magnitude of the celebration make you feel nervous. Instead, focus on the excitement and exhilaration of the event. Start planning early for your wedding, and get those little details settled, so you can spend the last few months before your big day looking forward to a new life with your beloved.