Deciding on your wedding style can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, we think it should be the most fun part of wedding planning. If you’re unsure where to start, we’ve compiled a list of the biggest wedding trends for the 2020/21 season according to Vogue and wedding bloggers.
Greenery and florals
Not only has greenery become a massive trend in households, it’s made its way into the wedding scene too. We’re seeing pops of green in bouquets, greenery art on wedding invites, decor, centrepieces, buttonholes and boho chic floral crowns. There’s also hanging arrangements – a great way to jazz up a table setting and add pops of colours with florals to tie it all together.
According to Vogue, 2020 is all about “thoughtful detail rather than over-the-top extravagance.” Florists tend to be getting higher demands for dried flowers and grasses instead of bright coloured roses.
Speaking of green, weddings are also focusing on ways to integrate sustainability according to Vogue. Eco-friendly elements like using seasonal produce and flowers, arranging a reception venue close to the ceremony to reduce the necessity of travel and hiring items that are reusable are in fashion, not to mention booking local suppliers instead of outsourcing from the mainland. After all, we have everything you need right here in Tassie (and the best of the best produce in our eyes)!
Whether it be beautiful fairy lights or bold statement lighting at the centrepiece of your marquee, the right lighting is the perfect way to set the mood + add a little something extra to your wedding photos. We especially love seeing beautiful styled lighting in our clear roof marquees – the lighting reflects on the roof to create a special ‘fairy’ like effect when the night falls and it’s truly magical.
Grazing and dessert tables
This one isn’t necessarily new, but couples are going the extra mile with huge tables full of treats, cheeses, fruits and more! Even cakes are being integrated into the mix, saying sayonara to the traditional wedding cake and hello to a cheese stack for something a bit different.
It used to be the hot pinks, bright blues and burgundy, but couples have started toning it back to more neutral and earthy tones. It’s all about soft, timeless colours in 2020/21 like sand, pastel pinks and even sage green. From the bridesmaid dresses to the bouquet, the linen on the reception tables to the ribbons tied around the little glass jars with treats gifted to guests, colour is everything and a beautiful and timeless colour choice can bring an entire look together.
Personalised cookies with the couples initials, a sign to welcome guests into the reception or a big neon light, personalised weddings have become the hottest trend. The best thing about this in our eyes, is that even when the wedding is over, it’s a beautiful keepsake to repurpose in a home.
If you’re ready to start locking in your wedding theme, browse our range of products today and start making your wishlist. 😍