A new year, another influx of electrifying wedding trends for 2018 to get you excited! Although there are countless wedding traditions, you may want to stick to the classic, timeless wedding themes. However, another year means some new wedding trends for 2018 are emerging to set your day apart from the rest. The great thing is, with so many new themes for the year, you can also personalize the theme even more to suit the taste of your groom.
Right from the floral updates (in the world of fashion and flora), to new décor trends and delectable food, experts at Let’s Celebrate Events bring to you the latest wedding news. Explore our ultimate wedding guide to the top trends for 2018!
Yes, Pantone finally revealed the color of the year! Moreover, this is definitely a huge indicator of what is about to come in the wedding trends. Last year, Greenery was the color of the year and we shared some great tips on how you could incorporate it into bouquets, tablescapes, installations and more décor. However, 2018 is all about the Ultra Violet Purple color, so be sure to expect a great deal of purple inspiration in invites, floral, table décor (such as plates and napkins) and modern additions like agate coasters and crystals used as name places. Ultra violet styled with gold accents also works as the perfect partner to luxe up any theme!
Even though we are still obsessed with the traditional wedding cake or other alternatives like macaroons and doughnuts, your Atlanta wedding décor for 2018 can see more dessert over the table rather than the traditional last course. Yes, this way, you can also get experimental with your taste buds! Choose meringues, cheesecake, multiple cookie flavors and you could also add some wedding trifle into the dessert mix! Everyone will get more dessert this way and that’s something to love for sure!
In most stylish weddings of last year, these already made their entry, but for 2018, you should expect to see an even more creative approach to the conventional floral displays. Greenery or hanging flowers above the tables will create a more dynamic space, playing with viewpoints and heights! This will also give more space to the tables and you can choose to have big plates or candles.