Every new year comes with new engagements, new seasons, new fashion and décor trends…and, this year, a new decade! Keep reading for more on what trends the pros are over and what they’re still here for in 2020. We’ve broken everything down according to the expert we talked to – and while we had their attention, we asked everyone to share their best bits of planning advice. So, basically, if you’re getting married in 2020, we have everything you need to know below!
While you are photographing the atmosphere and the essential shots that make up the wedding album, guests are free to let themselves go wild in front of the photo booth. This will lead to some fun, unique moments your clients will definitely appreciate.
There is a lot more that goes into being the adorable flower girl than just a dress and flowers. Between the walk down the aisle, the prewedding parties and the makeup, you’re little girl is bound to be overwhelmed. Help prep her for the wedding with this easy to follow guide.
The best thing about a hair accessory is that it truly ties your bridal look together, especially if you opt for simple jewelry and shoes that won’t be seen from under your dress. Whether you’re a bohemian, modern, or traditional bride, hair accessories are a category not to be overlooked, they’re basically jewelry for your hair – what’s not to love about that?
When thinking of seasonal arrangements, start with the colors that feel most reminiscent of the time of year. For the colder months, we love deep burgundy, crisp emerald green, snowy white, and classic blue. Select a bouquet that features a combination of these colors for a winter-inspired look that won’t read like holiday décor. Another great way to “winterize” your bouquet is by selecting in-season additions, like evergreen sprigs, berries, or acorns. When deftly incorporated, these little touches help amp up the seasonal feel without screaming “winter wonderland!”
We’re always talking about the latest trends and brainstorming creative wedding ideas, and we especially love doing this at the beginning of each year. What’s to come in the year ahead? What will the dress trends be? Is baby’s breath still back? Is there a new food truck?
Below, you’ll find ideas, trends, and thoughts that are to be seem more of in 2020. From décor moments we’re obsessed with to practices we can’t wait to see couples steal (um, we mean politely borrow). We’re revealing our best secrets and, not to brag, but we kind of know our stuff. We look at wedding pictures all…year…long, after all.
Put some zing in your wedding palette with acid green. Amethyst helps balance the bold shade, and the two hues set the mood for a playful and lively party. This pairing is perfect for mixing in a third color, like white or dove gray.
Copper is the new neutral! Metallics up the elegance of any scheme, but copper isn’t just for glitzy affairs. Pair it with persimmon for a punchy vibe that can be dressed up or down.
Create a sense of whimsy with this happy pairing – mint has a preppy feel while coral keeps things fresh and cheerful. Mix them with gold or even copper for a super-luxe look. This palette would be perfect for a late-spring or summer celebration or a destination wedding someplace tropical.
Purple is one of the most popular colors for weddings – eggplant is a chic take on the hue. Teamed with black, it makes for a stylish and polished look. Add a metallic or incorporate lighter shades of these two hues in the details.
If you’re a romantic at heart, this palette is for you. Soft pink can masquerade as a neutral or stand on its own with the addition of sage green. Craving a metallic? A chic rose gold would be the perfect choice (but silver and gold work too).
Shades of yellow evoke pure cheer, while green can create a variety of moods. Both shades can stand on their own, but together they’re a winning combo for warm-weather affairs – especially outdoor parties and casual celebrations.