The Wedding Trends Of 2015.
The Wedding Trends Of 2015.
Author : Wedding Photography Select
Article Date : 09 Dec 2014
1.The return of the original wedding cake. Inspired by the Great British Bake Off, the wedding cake is back. Gone are the cupcake and cake pop trends of recent years. 2015 will see a resurgence of weddings that feature a traditionally tiered cake, iced to perfection in pristine white, cream or ivory tones.
2.Copper elements. Metallic touches add a luxurious touch to any occasion. Copper will be causing a stir at weddings in the new season. Copper will feature in food design, table linen, place settings details and glassware pieces. Copper also features heavily in light fittings at weddings next year. The industrial look is prevalent in 2015, especially if you're planning a city chic wedding at a 'dry hire' venue where you have a lot of creative licence. At a marriage near you next season: copper tones shimmering against a backdrop of exposed brickwork or whitewash walls. Great news for the warmer gold shades too; their appearance won't just extend to wedding décor. Despite the overwhelming popularity of white gold and platinum designs over the past decade, warm gold shades are now staging a comeback. 2015 will see the reappearance of bridal rings crafted in yellow and rose gold. These tones compliment skin tones and there has been an influx of designers producing contemporary wedding band designs
3.Comfort Food. 2015 will see a return to the trend of good old rustic food that's void of any pretentious presentation. Think menus based on home-cooked favourites that are presented in buffet style spreads. Inspired by the increasing popularity of sourcing local organic produce, Wedding food in 2015 will be generous in design and sure to invite double helpings. For the night owls, there will be an increase in provision of midnight snacks; expect to see an increase in late night catering visiting venues. Foodie features such as popcorn and hot dog stalls will be available for late night wedding revellers at the 2015 evening celebration. Perfect for a pause and refuel before returning to the dance floor.
4.Promotion of pastels. Last season's focus was bright pantones; colours that 'popped'. This worked well alongside the festival wedding trend. 2015 is all about promoting pastels and nude shades. Less is more next season. Think demure shades that scream sophistication and are much more in keeping with traditional wedding colours. Soft peach hues, ivory tones and shell pinks will be the shades under focus next season. These colours are taking over the full spectrum in design; from bridal party attire to impressive full-wall floral displays and reception table décor.
5.Losing the large lights. The spotlight is shifting from huge light installations that dress a room to impress. The drama of previous years is subsiding; lighting at a 2015 wedding will boast an abundance of small, twinkling lights and candle clusters. Romance is the order of the wedding day and it's all about creating a delicate look that is visually stunning in a modest way. That's not to say that this trend ignores contemporary features; modern touches come in the form of having your initials appear in giant letters that can accompany your action on the dance floor, adding a personal touch.