A return to glamour and detail is in order with new 2015 wedding trends.
Alternative wedding outfits, jewellery and white bridesmaid dresses, it’s safe to say that 2015 wedding trends are anything but ordinary! This year, fashion and traditional styles are challenged as new conventions alter the way we do weddings—introducing styles and ideas we wouldn’t normally think to use. With eye-popping colour taking centre stage we’re taking a look at the other biggest 2015 wedding trends brides will love to recreate and be inspired by.
The alternative wedding outfits
2015 is the year for revolution it seems; it’s out with the flowing princess gowns and in with the alternative wedding styles. Jumpsuits and crop top wedding separates are making a name for themselves as THE new statement pieces to be seen walking down in the aisle in. If you’re undecided about what to wear and don’t really fancy the idea of hitting the dance floor in a large dress and you’re open to alternative, express your uniqueness with a stunning wedding jumpsuits and some statement jewellery.
English roses, dahlias and hydrangeas are the in blossoms for all brides this year. Their shape and soft yet bold colouring brings summer to whatever venue you’re in however you arrange them! Many are now hanging these flowers above their tables rather than as centrepieces so guests can easily converse without worrying about a face full of dahlia!
Traditional wedding venues are so 2014—all the cool brides are getting hitched in alternative wedding venues! In all seriousness though, the popularity of weddings in non-traditional wedding venues has only increased in the past few months and is tipped to be one of the hottest 2015 wedding trends. Simple and rustic themes are also being favoured; with many wanting fuss wedding that is just the right amount of classy. Find out more here on alternative wedding venues.
Minimalism is out this year whereas bigger is better and more is, well, more. You may have noticed the rise of the body chain, however if you want to go for something a little more subtle yet glamorous, then a jewelled neckpiece is the way to go. Ear-cuffs are also in and look great with a range of hairstyles including long flowing locks as well as shorter or simpler hairstyles, adding the much needed pop of glamour every bride needs.
Fun cocktail bars are the new normal at weddings this year; big displays of all type of drink and food are a fun addition to your celebrations and a summery vibe whether indoors or outdoors.
Colourful wedding cakes
It’s all about colour this year as colourful wedding cakes take over from plain white iced cakes. These styles of cakes are centrepieces on their own and add a dramatic finish to the décor if pop art is what you’re going for.
White bridesmaid dresses
Believe it or not, these are a thing! Years after that royal wedding where a certain bride’s younger sister wore white, 2015 wedding trends have caught up and now brides wearing variations of white are actually happening! Shorter dresses or differing shades of white are good options for this trend.