2016 Ceremony Trends (Post 2 of 3)

As the New Year begins, wedding professionals across the country are making their predictions for the upcoming trends in bridal, ceremonies and receptions. Today, we’re sharing a few of our favorite wedding ceremony trends with you!

Metallic Touches

From bridesmaids dresses to aisle accents, metallics are a great way to add detail and design depth to your ceremony space. Gold foil wedding stationary and signage adds a more modern feel to ceremony spaces while incorporating rose gold with floral accents and candles creates a more natural feel.

Intimate Spaces

One of our favorite ceremony and reception looks for this upcoming year incorporates greenery and soft lighting to create an ethereal, romantic garden party. The look incorporates amazing details while making the space seem inviting and warm, a trend for any bridal style. Couples are choosing spaces that feel cozy and welcoming, allowing all attendees to feel at home during the ceremony.

The Year of You

More and more brides are opting to walk down the aisle to their own unique beat. Rather than recreating celebrity weddings or Pinterest boards, couples are moving to truly showcase who they are through their ceremony and reception. Hometown touches, and smaller guest lists are a few ideas for couples who want to celebrate who they are – individually unique yet together complete.

Images via: http://www.stylemepretty.com/vault/image/2314935 & http://www.modwedding.com/2015/12/modern-metallic-colorado-wedding/ & http://bellethemagazine.com/2014/04/14-wedding-ceremonies-that-will-take-your-breath-away.html & http://www.modwedding.com/2015/03/wedding-ideas-15-flawless-wedding-ceremonies/

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