Wedding Trends 2024

Wedding Trends 2024- Are you planning your wedding and want to know what is currently trending?

Statement Colour Palettes

Wedding trends 2024: Pastels and muted palettes are out and bold and bright hues are in! Expect to see monochrome with striking flashes of bold colour, and eccentric, colour-clashing combinations in 2024.

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Wedding Weekends

Rehearsal dinners have long been part of weddings in the USA, and we are seeing this more and more in the UK too. You could have an intimate ceremony one day followed by the larger wedding party the next. Another option is a farewell breakfast with your guests the day after. Couples are looking for venues that can host them for the whole weekend to make the most of the celebrations.

Bigger and Bolder Florals

Embrace the mantra ‘Go big of go home!’. Expect more creative and statement floral pieces, bold bouquets and Brighton colours.

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Intimate Weddings

With cost of living people are understandably cutting back and having smaller and more intimate weddings. Catering is moving towards more sharing platters and interesting menus that venues to cater for on a small scale.

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Personalised & Less Formal Outfits

Personalised outfits, less formal suits and mismatched bridesmaids dresses. There are also rumours of guest dress codes coming in and people become more focused on images and style.

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Sustainability

Have you considered dried flowers or fake flowers? Hire a local caterer with locally soured food, and be mindful of the decorations and the producing less waste from the event (hiring rather than buying). Not buying a traditional wedding dress and suit, instead choosing an outfit that reflects your personality and style at a more affordable price.

Or you could consider hiring your wedding dress rather than buying it, with companies like Something Borrowed.

Something Borrowed is a wedding wear rental and resale service for brides and bridesmaids. Their aim is to make preloved and unwanted gowns for the wedding day accessible and more affordable while helping the modern brides reduce wedding waste and make more sustainable decisions.

To rent a wedding dress at Something Borrowed, you can follow three simple steps: try, borrow, and return. They also offer a two-day home try-on service at £75 that allows you to choose up to 3 styles to try in the comfort of your own home, and it is redeemable against the rental cost of your chosen dress. Each and every piece in their Bridal collection is designed and hand-made in London with the greatest care and crafted in sustainable fabrics.

Another dress rental options is The Bridal Gallery. A London-based specialist in bridal, special occasion wear and accessories. They have plenty of styles and brands for you to choose from even if your wedding day is only a week away and you don’t want to spend a ton on your wedding dress. They’re one of the few boutiques that offer wedding dress rental services. From as low as £200, you can wear the designer of your dream without the stress of waiting and going over your budget. If you’re looking to rent a dress, book an appointment and reserve your rented wedding dress in advance to make it yours.

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Champagne towers

Champagne towers are rumoured to be getting a revival! They ooze old fashioned glamour, and could be a great alternative to the cutting of the cake. Dessert stations with a fun range of puddings and cakes are expected to be a new trend for 2024, so the cake cutting tradition really could be on its way out.

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So what’s out in 2024?

Out- traditions that don’t suit your personality! Does the thought of the first dance fill you with dread? You don’t have to do it. Cake cutting seem pointless? A big wedding too expensive? Go small. Simply do what you want.

If you want to read more Wedding Trends 2024 head to Rock my Wedding for lots more ideas!

 

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