In 2022 couples are looking to create ways to make their wedding day personal, creative, and fun, with many unique and unexpected elements to wow their guests. Some wedding trends aim to make your life easier and brighter and others can also help you to reduce the stress level during your wedding planning. This year is a year of powerful and bold changes when it comes to bridal fashion and trends, and we wanted to share a few things to keep your eye on for your wedding day planning.
Many brides and grooms are choosing to host more laid-back celebrations close to home these days, which lessens the final stress of wedding planning. Backyard venues are more budget-friendly, convenient, and intimate. Budgeting and cutting costs where you can helps lessen the burden and stress of planning over all.
02. Color Palette
2022 has been welcoming to bold splashes of color. Many designers have already incorporated colorful hues into their collections but we wanted to highlight the earthy palettes that have been trending recently, with blush, orange, and rust becoming perfect color choices with their bohemian, vibrant tones. Also on the rise has been colorful floral designs, playful pinks and purples, and vibrant blues.
With the uncertainty around Covid-19 still lingering, virtual wedding invitations have popularized due to the accommodation of last-minute changes or updates to weddings. Also depending on how you go about creating them, virtual invitations can be more budget-friendly and sustainable.
Owning and being confident in your wedding dress is something every bride wants to have on their big day, and a popularizing trend in loving your look is having more than one dress or outfit. With celebrities paving the way of having various looks on their wedding day, more every-day brides are looking to do the same. Having different outfits provides a way for brides to feel unique as well as ignoring traditional wedding standards and creating their own rules like bridal suits and higher necklines to fun accessories like bridal gloves and hats, or two-piece wedding dresses and puffy sleeves.
Brides are more than ever looking at more than just biodegradable cutlery and handmade decorations when planning their weddings, they are also looking into sustainable rings and versatile dresses that can be incorporated to their attire post-wedding. And with more eco-conscious bridal designers on the rise, sustainability is becoming more than just a trend but rather a staple when wedding planning.