2016 Wedding Trends

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Hello Lovebirds!

How are you all? We hope you’re doing fine. It’s already end of the year, time flies so fast, huh? Year is changing and also wedding trends! To complete your curiousness, here we like to show you some things that could be a trend for wedding decoration in 2016. Let's check out!

1. Bringing the Wild

Weddings this year are set to really embrace the theme of bringing the outdoors in, stepping away from the usual floral bouquet arrangements in less structured ‘wild’ floral focal points. Think about heather, ivy vines, succulent and gathered wildflower posies- all ideal for giving your wedding a more rustic feel and vibe.

2. Color Trends

Weddings are getting more colorful — literally! The pastels invading are back! And muted tones are giving in to liven up the ambiance of the party. Also the vibrant color will outstanding more, including blues, which should make grooms happy.

3. Blink it On

Metallic colors are also invading the wedding scene. They are surprisingly versatile. If you want a touch of shimmer on your bouquet or floral arrangements, talk to your wedding florist. They can add metallic touches to your wedding flowers and can go from very subtle to bold. No matter the venue or theme, designers across the country say rose gold will show up on everything from rings to table linens.

4. Dreamy Romantic

What’s the key to setting a romantic mood? The light ambience is the answer. It is the best — and simplest — way to establish both feel and vibes. 2016 will using more pendant lights with bare bulbs, chandeliers (both vintage and modern) and candle to cast a soft glow.

5. Tone-on-Tone

A concentrated cluster of one color lends a graphic impact to centerpieces. Ask your vendor to pick three to five different flowers in the same shade — the slight color variations create an ombré effect. For an uber-romantic feel, stick to the opposite ends of the color spectrum — either pale or deeply saturated. to set the table for fun, pick a hyper-vivid neon or a playful sorbet shade.

6. Set the ‘food’

Everyone’s crazy about foodie these days, so it’s fun to put some elements like coffee beans, pumpkins and fragrant herbs (say, mint or basil) into centerpieces and garlands. Or you can slice some fruit to fill your jar and make a fresher centerpiece.

So, do you want to try it on your wedding day? ;)

See you and Happy New Year!

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  1. These are just heart throbbing wedding trends 2016. Thanks for these wonderful inspirations my friend. I am in love with Dreamy Romantic theme and would like to use it in my destination wedding that I am going to have at the best event space San Francisco.


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