Color. Rose Gold. Goodbye blush, hello rose gold. Yes, these colors are still very similar, but rose gold adds a bit of glamour to any wedding day décor and can be implemented through every detail of your wedding including bridesmaid’s dresses, cake, linens, and even the rings!
Seating. Standard rounds are out, and long rectangular tables are in. Brides are moving away from conference like seating, and opting for a more personal, intimate vibe through a combination of square and rectangular tables. Lounge seating is also making another appearance to provide guests with a comfortable seating option for those after-party hours.
Flowers. Couples are shifting towards simplicity, and are using flowers arrangements as a way to express their style and creativity. We are now seeing a “wild” look free from tight bouquets and centerpieces. Many brides are also incorporating potted trees, branches, and ferns into their reception décor.
Music. Couples want to provide more entertainment options for the guests to enjoy. Many are opting for a quartet to provide background music during cocktail hour and dinner, and then switching to a high-energy band or DJ for the duration of the reception to keep guests dancing.
Cake. Many brides and grooms are no longer wanting a traditional wedding cake, instead they are replacing it with something they enjoy such as an ice cream bar or doughnut buffet. Many are opting for a small cutting cake, but then providing a wide assortment of desserts to please guests. However, if you are set on a traditional cake, many couples are going for the “naked” look.