Winter is finally upon us and if you're planning
a winter wedding, we have been keeping up to date on all the latest trends and
have made a list of all our favourite ones just for you!
Velvet shoes and accessories
People thought the velvet trend died in the '90s
were definitely wrong, it's the perfect material for winter wedding accessories
especially in dark colours such as maroon, plum and navy. Bold colours are big
in winter weddings as they warm up your look.
Candelabras with fairy lights hanging off them
and even potted plants have reached the centre of wedding tables across the
world this year. Alternative centrepieces look just fantastic and the couple
can choose exactly how they would like them. Floral pieces are slightly
outdated and even when they are used they are usually changed up a little bit
from the norm. This trend is defintiely going to keep going strong this year.
You could also mix floral pieces with other centrepieces to make it look
authentic and different.
These exquisite creations have definitely gained
traction among engaged couples the world over. They are fantastic, rustic
looking cakes usually topped with decadent fruit or flowers to make them look
elegant. They are basically cakes that have not been iced on the outside, they
look stunning and are still uncommon enough that they would stand out as
different for your wedding.
More and more couples are choosing to have the
photographer take pictures that tell a story. Gone are the days of the classic
wedding photos, it's popular to have your photographer capture really personal
moments, like the first time your parents see you in your outfit. These are the
pictures that tell a story and it is definitely a great trend to be part
Just the highlights
Having the videographer cut all of the footage
into one small video is becoming a huge trend for weddings. We live in an
age where everything is so easily accessible and shareable that couples often
choose an easy to share version of their wedding video with just the best bits
of the day. This gives the guests a chance to relive the day without watching
the entire thing again.