For brides who are planning a 2015 wedding, knowing the trends that will be popular at the time is pretty important. Today, we’re going to talk about some of the popular trends in 2014 and which ones are most definitely still popular in 2015 with no signs of slowing down. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and see if your favorite wedding trends are on our list!
The most popular wedding flowers for the past several months have been peonies and ranunculus. This isn’t going to change anytime soon. Brides love their huge, beautiful blossoms and the layers and layers of petals that create a luxurious and vintage feel in a bouquet. Also popular are the rolled fabric flowers, which are especially attractive to eco-friendly brides or especially sentimental women who want to keep their wedding bouquets on display forever.
Lately, we’ve seen a lot of vintage wedding dress trends that include elegant lace, cap sleeves and breathtaking beading. In addition to that, textured wedding dresses – especially those with ruffles and layers of fabric – are super hot right now. Both of these trends show no signs of slowing down any time soon, and will likely be popular all the way through 2015 and into next year. When shopping for a wedding dress, look for unique details, layers and ruffles, as well as vintage elements.
The texture trend (including ruffles) doesn’t stop at wedding dresses. It has been incredibly popular with wedding cakes as well. Other very popular trends we have seen include very simply designed cakes, bright colors and cakes with golden elements. While fondant was extremely popular a few years back, buttercream seems to be the trending thing this year. However, the most popular types of cakes we expect to see throughout 2015 are the more rustic-looking cakes. This includes “naked” cakes that have the frosting, fruits and fillings primarily on the inside.
The brides of 2015 are almost doing away with the traditional themes in favor of more personalized themes that express who they are and who their grooms are. Rather than renaissance or fairytale weddings, brides are option for sentimental themes that focus on childhood pictures of the bride and groom, their favorite hobbies, etc. Many brides are skipping themes all together and simply going back to old-time elegance. Think lace tablecloths and embroidered napkins, gorgeous vintage china, fresh pops of color like coral and mint, and simple floral centerpieces.
Is there a particular trend that speaks to you? Are you a vintage girl or a modern bride? Let us know your favorite wedding elements in the comments below!