Invert your arrangements, because nobody likes huge floral centerpieces blocking conversation from across the table. You can make your arrangements as plush as possible with this dreamy decorating trend.
The Knot is declaring the “Gift Lounge” to be 2017’s replacement for welcome bags and gift bags. Instead of individually wrapping gifts for each guest, put out an assortment of a few of your favorite things that your guests can pick and choose from as they leave your reception.
This year, we're moving away from the all-white and neutral-toned wedding parties. While these color schemes still have a place in our hearts, they tend to wash out a venue if you’re not careful. Opt for wedding colors in jewel tones and saturated shades of mustard yellow, bold orange, plum, and deep green
It sounds unconventional, but virtual wedding planner apps like Loverly have received rave reviews. The App collects real wedding photos for Pinterest-style inspiration, and allows you to build a wedding to-do list, select a flat-fee wedding planning package, and then “live happily ever after.”
It’s 2017, and you can decide whether or not you want to serve (and spend on) a wedding cake. Many couples will choose to serve individual cupcakes that taste just as good as a cake in order to cut costs. Or, build a sundae bar just because you like sundaes. Your call.
Here’s a trend that already has our full support! Pups already pop up in wedding ceremonies every now and then; expect couples extending formal invitations to their dog groomsmen to become more and more common.
Here’s a trend we can get behind – nighttime ceremonies mean bearable wedding temperatures in the heat of the summer dow in the South. They also mean that lighting and candles take the place of elaborate floral arrangements.