3 Wedding Trends To Look Out For In 2018

Discover a few of the wedding trends you will see in 2018.

We are in the middle of December, which means 2017 will be over before you know it.  If you are getting married in 2018, it is time to finalize those wedding plans, so you are one step closer to having a future with your significant other.  Depending on how soon your upcoming wedding is, planning your ceremony and reception can be a stressful process.  Luckily, there a few 2018 wedding trends that can you some inspiration for your big day.

A Unique Food Experience

When it comes to the food offered during a wedding reception, expect to see much more than plated meals in 2018.  Food is an important aspect of  a couple’s wedding, and they want it to relate to their personal styles.  Couples will be experimenting with interactive appetizer stations that will involve guests making their own food such a sushi station.  The main meal of the reception will include family recipes from the couple to give the night a casual feel.

Indoor Venues

Couples are going back to celebrating their weddings indoors in venues with high ceilings and open spaces.  Even though the wedding trend is to celebrate a couple’s special day inside, that doesn’t mean everyone as to be crammed into a banquet hall.  In 2018, there will be a shift from banquet halls to non-traditional spaces such as museums and rooftops.  What better way to celebrate your wedding with your loved ones than in an art museum?

Formality Is Back

In 2018, there will be a shift back to formal, elegant ceremonies and receptions.  Get ready to see classic tuxedos, clean floral arrangements, classic bride and bridesmaid colors.  Weddings in 2018 will be grand events to celebrate the love and future of the happy couple.

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