Our predictions for 2019 wedding trends involve going green, sharing your food and relaxing hen parties. Read this article to find out more about the latest wedding trends.
In many cultures, weddings are heavily laden with symbolic traditions, many of which have slowly disappeared over the years. So how can you incorporate these ideas into a modern wedding?
For most, (including me) the typical village hall brings to mind a vision of summer fayres, Girl Guides and nativity plays with the looming scent of digestive biscuits… these days, this just isn’t the case.
There are many ways to organise your wedding, but if you want to make a bit of a splash and entertain your family and friends in a traditional way there seem to be two main ways to do it.
Booze selection is typically given careful thought when planning most weddings and other celebrations.
In many ways, though, catering for the drinkers at your party can be more straightforward than providing for those avoiding alcohol.
You’re getting married in summer 2018 and your wedding day is approaching fast – perhaps just a little too fast. Especially as you haven’t organised anything yet…
Fear not, as there is still time to get planning and arrange your 2018 summer wedding. It won’t be too stressful either.
There are lots of great reasons to opt for a winter wedding rather than going the more predictable summertime route.
For one thing, it’s likely to work out a fair bit cheaper if you’re not trying to compete with everyone else at the height of summer’s peak wedding season.
Every small detail is just as important as say the cake, or the choice of champagne, or the food on the menu. And when it comes to linen hire, there’s a whole world of colour schemes to explore. Here are some key looks and trends to consider for your wedding day (written by Independent Wedding suppliers, Plato Catering Hire):
Thinking carefully about the small details like wedding day crockery rather than simply accepting the first quote you receive could help you make big savings to spend on the more important things. So, if you’re arranging your own wedding day crockery, here are a few things to consider…