After saying goodbye to this eventful year, let’s welcome a more hopeful year. And with it, we’ve come here to help you see the trend of 2018 you should look forward to implementing to your party. They may, or may not, go on from 2017.
From nail art to hanging décor, here are 6 wedding trends of 2018!
Pantone’s Color of the Year 2018: Ultraviolet
This daring purple color has received the honor of being nominated as the color of the year. And so, it’s time that all expecting couples hint their wedding vendors to put some hints of violet in their decoration.
Purple flowers, icing, cake, even nail arts; a hint of elegance and luxury in your wedding.
Upgrade Fine Art to Painting Inspired Images
If the year of 2017 is filled with artistic and natural images taken on the spot, then 2018 is where couples should try having their images inspired by paintings.
Lookup for wedding photographer Hertfordshire. This big city has got people that keep themselves up to date and inspired. Fine art based style is also something you should look at their profile.
The new fashion: casually chic
Dress? That’s been the thing for decades and seems to be so for the next few centuries. But hold up! We welcome the new contender: trousers.
Don’t let yourself be fooled. Who says trousers aren’t meant for wedding? Elio Abou Fayssal came up with a chic two-piece wedding dre- Sorry, wedding suit. With an elegant silky cape to make up for the usual long dress and a lacey pair of trousers, you will stun everybody when you walk down the aisle with such a daring look.
Bonus: your husband won’t know what hit him!
It’s all about flowers
Take a plain cloth and pour flowers into them. That’s another concept that 2018 will love to see. Against the plain cream, white to translucent bridal dress, flowers glow vibrantly as if blooming on the love you’re having.
Incorporate with Pantone’s choice of color of the year. Those elegant flowers with definitely make any women look twice and unable to stop gapping!
The love is at its peak. Literally. Hanging décor is loved by every couple and guest that get to see them. It’s an effective use of the space and to tone down flooring if you wish to cover them up.
Copper, silver, gold and rose gold are all long lasting colors. Maybe because of the fact that the original metals never fade no matter how much time has passed. These metallic hues will create timeless essence for your wedding occasion, especially when captured by this wedding photographer Hertfordshire. Not to mention that they are natural light reflectors; brighten up the place with least effort.
Food for the day
The 3-course menu is one way. Grandma homemade cookies is another. Opt out of the usual way you do your meals. Something both of you love or the family always make in special occasions will liven up the party.
Is there any type of food you particularly love? Mix and match is not a bad idea so don’t bother to eat pizza at a zen-garden themed party!