2018 Wedding Trends

1. COPPER & MARBLE

Incorporate copper and marble elements into your centerpieces, suchas marble coasters, plates and candle holders, and copper silverware, vases, and of course Moscow Mule mugs. 

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2. DONUT BAR

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Many couples are opting out of a large cake, and instead prefer a small cake for the wedding party and a dessert bar the guests! These trendy desserts are much easier to eat than cupcakes, and can be any combination of flavor and unique toppings!'

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3. HIGH NECKLINE GOWN

Although plunging necklines have always been popular, a high neckline does not mean you will look any less feminine and elegant. Try a sheer neckline, or lace with cap sleeves. 

5. WOODSY REPLACES RUSTIC

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Greens will overpower the color scheme, primarily in florals, and wooden details and textures will take the place of burlap and hay. 

 

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6. CAPES

Especially during the colder seasons, embellished, floral or fur capes have been seen on the runway for the 2018 wedding season. 

 

7. NEARLY NAKED CAKE

You may have heard of a naked cake, but add a light layer of frosting and you change the design of the cake completely. Perfect for a barn or outdoor wedding. Not only is the cake unique and memorable, but may also save you money and be appealing to the guests who prefer less frosting. 

 

8. DUSTY PINK AND GREEN

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Pair this color scheme with the other 2018 wedding trends, such as a "woodsy" theme with plenty of green plants, such as eucalyptus and succulents, incorporated into table decor and bouquets. A vintage vibe will play out with these muted tones. 

 

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9. SHADES OF BLUE

Muted hues of blue will take precedent this season. Pair navy with mauve, such as mauve floral or even navy suits and mauve dresses, for a beautifully timeless wedding scheme. 

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10. GEOMETRIC SHAPES

Utilized in centerpieces, geometric candle holders, terrariums and table number holders are becoming increasingly popular. Pair with metallics such as copper and gold. 

 

 

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