If you are in the midst of planning your 2018 wedding and are wondering what wedding trends are on the horizon, look no further. We are dishing all the details on our five favorite 2018 wedding trends for the upcoming season!
Marble is the “it material” in home design and we see that translating into wedding décor this coming season. From marble inspired invitation designs, to marble chargers, this modern, yet classic look is sure to make for some Instagram worthy shots.
Metallic accents have seen a surge in the wedding industry over the last couple years. In 2018, we expect to see a lot more copper tones taking center stage. This wedding trend can be found in foil invitation fonts, copper flatware and even an amazing pair of bridal shoes!
Chiavari chairs have been a mainstay in the wedding industry for quite a while. While, they are still lovely, we are beginning to see more brides renting specialty seating to add to their overall wedding look. Wooden cross back chairs are on the rise for rustic style weddings. Upholstered Louis chairs are also becoming an increasingly popular choice for a romantic and very classic look. And now for one of our favorite 2018 wedding trends, lounge seating. Having stunning furniture groupings that create a lounge-type atmosphere within your reception space is not only functional, but fabulous.
Hand calligraphy has made a huge comeback in the past year and we see this trend expanding even more in 2018. From custom invitations and programs to wedding signage, hand calligraphy has a romantic, yet modern feel. Calligraphy can be a great way to tie in a consistent design theme across all your wedding materials and add that personal touch.
In 2018, expect to see more and more greenery throughout wedding bouquets and décor. The 2017 Pantone color of the year was “Greenery” and that color trend sure has made its way into the wedding world. From oversized bouquets filled with a mix of bold blooms and cascading greens to garlands of greenery draping from fireplace mantles, this wedding trend is one of our favorites. Mixing gorgeous greenery with muted tones and tons of candles always has us swooning.
By: Dana Bates