Top Wedding Trends for 2021 and beyond

If you’re currently planning a wedding, congratulations! Whether you’re planning a big showstopping celebration or an intimate ceremony for your closest friends and family, there are always trends that come and go in wedding world. Whilst you may be concerned that adopting a trend could mean your wedding photos date quickly, actually the opposite can be true – embracing a current trend can give your wedding an enviable style that will be admired today and long into the future. Think of Jacki O’s iconic gown – very much of it’s moment, it still provides style inspiration for brides over 65 years later.

 

Here are a few top trends that you might like to consider adding to your wedding Pinterest boards this year…

 

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Pantone Colours Of The Year

Pantone have announced that the colours of 2021 are Ultimate Grey and Illuminating Yellow Easy to adopt into a wedding scheme, this classic soft grey would look great in the gent’s suits, with yellow pocket squares and ties. You could consider dressing your bridesmaids in sunny yellow, or giving them bright yellow flowers to carry such as sunflowers, protea or rustic snapdragons.

 

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Comfortable Shoes

FINALLY! Fashion bible Harpers Bazaar predicts that low heeled and flat shoes will dominate the wedding dancefloors this year. Following a general move toward comfort and loungewear for everyone day to day, this will spill over into weddings and brides will be wearing delicate sandals, pretty flip flops and elegant ballet slippers. Particularly good if you’re planning to get married on the beach in Malta, this trend will be welcomed by those who don’t want their day ruined by sore feet. Brides and bridesmaids typically wear heels for the ceremony and change into flat shoes later on, but why not go straight for the comfy shoes and invest in a really lovely pair that you will wear again and again?

 

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Epic Settings
While wedding guest numbers are restricted couples are going big on location and decor. If you’re saving money on 50 people’s meals, you might as well spend the budget on creating the most beautiful backdrop for your once in a lifetime ceremony! As Confetti Magazine experts explain, many couples are going all out with decor and flowers that goes above and beyond the usual, to create breathtaking photos to share with those who can’t attend. Alternatively, you could go the extra mile to scout amazing locations for your photos, you can see some of our favourite photo spots in Malta here.

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