If I had to use one word to sum up 2020 Wedding Trends for Summer it would be VIBRANT. Couples are embracing the joy of the day with bright colors and whimsical details.
Once you’ve decided on your venue it’s time to let the fun begin.
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I’ve collected my favorite bits of 2020 Wedding Trends inspiration for all you summer brides on Pinterest. Follow along and let the day-dreaming begin.
Ever since the world wide wedding web broke when Chiari Ferragni wore this Dior Haute Couture to her wedding reception in 2018 I have waited with bated breath for the trend to hit the ready to wear bridal world. Come summer 2020 I think we’ll be there!
Even classic designers like Monique Illhuer have captured the whimsical vibe with floral prints, exaggerated skirts and stunning veils and capes.
Color will be a big component of 2020 celebrations. I am seeing a wave of new bold colors used in more playful ways. Imagine a single saturated color in the design and all other elements being more restrained. Overall there is feeling of minimalism with a bit of personality. I’ve heard it described by interior design as the warmth to increasingly electronic lives which I think sums it up well. The overarching colors I’m predicting are:
Bouquets will be the star in 2020. I’m even seeing a few bouquet “garlands” draped over brides’ shoulders almost like a romantic lei.
As you dream up your floral design imagine one focal element. Perhaps your sweetheart or head table, the bar or a suspended element. Invest there and show restraint on the tabletops. We’re playing with some unique bud vase installations.
It’s all in the details. This summer the details will bring out the fun in you and your guests. I’m seeing lots of light installations, interactive elements, games and simple food served beautifully. Think pizza bars and popsicles. Who wouldn’t be happy with that?!
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