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What's Trending in Wedding Design

Wedding design trends are constantly changing and evolving, with new ideas popping up every year. The types of flowers you choose, the colors of your decorations, even your dress style—all these things will change depending on what’s trending at the time of your wedding day. Whether you’re planning your big day or just looking to get some decorating inspiration, our up-to-date list of wedding design trends will help you find the best look for you and your spouse-to-be!

Shabby Chic. Shabby chic is a popular wedding design trend that combines vintage elements with a rustic feel. This style is perfect for couples who want a unique and romantic wedding that is also stylish and trendy. To get the shabby chic look, start with a color palette of whites, creams, and pastels. Then, choose floral arrangements that are loose and organic-looking. For your wedding decor, use items that have a distressed or aged appearance, such as antique furniture or mismatched china. Finally, don't forget the little details that will give your wedding that shabby chic flair, such as lace table runners or vintage-inspired favors.

Ethereal Glam. We're seeing a lot of ethereal glam weddings lately and we are loving it! This trend is all about light, airy details with a touch of glam. Think floaty fabrics, delicate lace, romantic candles and sparkly accents. If you're looking to add a bit of glamour to your wedding without going over-the-top, this trend is perfect for you! It can also be used as an alternative to a traditional black tie affair if you want something different but still formal. Here are some ideas for making your wedding look ethereal glam:

• Lace overlay in shades of ivory or blush pink paired with rich jewel tones like ruby red or emerald green

• Light and airy pieces in shades of ivory or blush pink that contrast against darker tones like navy blue, hunter green or brown

• Soft pastels in shades like pale pink, baby blue or lavender paired with classic neutral tones like cream, tan or white

• Chiffon dresses paired with tuxedos in dark jewel tones like sapphire blue

Royal Blue & Lavender Color Palettes. Royal blue and lavender are two of the most popular colors for weddings this year. Royal blue is a regal color that adds a touch of elegance to any wedding, while lavender is a romantic hue that is perfect for spring and summer weddings. If you're looking for a unique color palette for your wedding, consider using royal blue and lavender. The darker tones in royal blue add richness to the design, while lavender can be used as an accent or as a main color in bouquets or table arrangements. Lavender also has a calming effect that helps guests relax during your special day.

Americana. One of the hottest trends in wedding decor right now is Americana. This can be achieved by using patriotic colors like red, white, and blue; by incorporating stars and stripes into your décor; or by using rustic touches like mason jars or burlap. If you're looking to add a little bit of country flair to your wedding, Americana is the way to go!

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