trends 2019

If you’re tying the knot in 2019 and you want to know what’s hot in the world of weddings, you’re in the right place. In fact, today we’re talking all about five of the most fabulous wedding décor trends to look out for this year. So, if you’re a style-conscious couple who want an on-trend celebration, keep reading and be inspired…

Unusual Florals

Floral styling can have huge impact on your wedding day, effortlessly transforming any wedding venue and its space. Couples are swapping traditional centrepieces for oversized installations and floral hoops, and quite frankly we can’t get enough of this trend! Opt for unusual florals such as pampas grass for a wedding day that is ultra-modern. Pampas grass and foliage-based installations can be raised above your reception tables for a striking centrepiece. Floral hoops can be used in so many lovely ways, from alternative bridal bouquets to seating plans, ceremony archways to centrepieces, they’re guaranteed to create envy-inducing decorations that your guests will adore.

unusual florals

Images: First via Green Wedding Shoes by Sara Byrne Photography | Second via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings by Emilie May Photography | Third via Green Wedding Shoes (same as before) by Karra Leigh Photography | Fourth via Rock My Wedding by Sebastien Boudot Photography

Big Blooms

2019 is all about blooms and the bigger, the better! Look to blousy peonies and oversized dahlias for a wedding that is totally on-trend. The perfect combination of style and romance, bold blooms can be used within your bridal bouquet, along your guest tables or even to decorate the windowsills. The choice is yours!

flower bouquet trends

Images: First via 100 Layercake by Allen Tsai Photography | Second via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings (same as before) | Third via Rock My Wedding (same as before) by Jason Mark Harris | Fourth via Half Penny London  by Jonny MP Photography

Video Mapping

The ultimate luxury for any celebration, video mapping (also known as projector mapping) is an easy way to add the wow factor to your wedding venue. Couples are using projectors in creative ways, where high resolution imagery or videos are projected onto the walls or ceiling of the venue. The result? A complete transformation of your wedding venue tailored to suit you. Whether you choose to showcase your love story or create a fantasy setting, you can instantly transport your guests to a different world in a blank canvas wedding venue. It’s easy to see why video mapping is going to be big news for the year ahead.

wedding video mapping

Images: First via Jagger Photography | Second via Girl Gets Wed by Luma Bakery

Colour Palettes bright and deep

When it comes to colour schemes, couples will be embracing bright, bold palettes as well as the deeper, richer tones. The wedding industry has previously been taken over by sweet pastel palettes, so this trend is welcomed with open arms and we can’t wait to see how couples embrace these colour schemes into their celebration.

bright colour trends

Images: First via Junebug Weddings by Hannah Costello Photography | Second via Green Wedding Shoes by The Poffs | Third via Rock My Wedding (same as before) by Beatrici Photography

Return of Rustic

Once one of the most popular themes, rustic weddings have taken a back seat in recent years but it seems that brides and grooms are embracing eco-friendly celebrations with plenty of DIY elements. That’s right, it’s the return of rustic and we couldn’t be happier about it. Keep it modern by teaming wooden elements with lots of foliage and greenery, as well as metallic accents for a hint of luxury.

rustic trends

Images: First via June Bug Weddings (same as before) by Janelle Elise Photography |Second via June Bug Weddings (same as before) by Eleanor Dobbins Photography | Third via Rock My Wedding (same as before) by Jacob and Pauline Photography | Fourth via Alex Lasota Photography

 

Written by Lottie Dainton

 

 

 


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