Wedding Trends 2019
Whats Hot and Whats Not
As with most Royal weddings, the marriage of Prince Harry and Megan Meghan Markle of 2018 is set to take the majority of bridal inspiration for the next coming years; we’ve already seen an increase in tiara sales and brides aiming to recreate that regal theme, but what exactly are the hottest trends of 2019 – royalty or not?
For a modern and forward thinking bride, an industrial setting with a rustic feel is the go to venue theme for 2019, combining the two ideas of cold and warm and old and new.
With a surge in popularity from less traditional weddings, the rustic barn theme has slowly run its course and become a trope within the wedding industry.
Jen, who wore our discontinued Ashleigh courts, married her partner Arran at The West Mill in Derby. This Grade 1 listed industrial style venue is the stunning, on trend, setting for every bride looking to tie the knot in 2019.
The latest and most sought after dress designs are that of the most simple. Less embellishment can sometimes equal more when it comes to a dress and now, pocketed designs can be worn for practicality – and away with tradition.
White weddings are down as more brides look to increasingly wear coloured dresses. This year, blue is set to take over as well as black and metallic offerings.
Another real bride from our blog, Charlotte, wore our Marcia Mary-Jane block heels for her wedding back in 2017, hand dyed by our colour studio team to light blue. This colour matched her dress perfectly and created a beautiful day of bold colour.
2019 is all about Coral. As we become more engulfed in technology, this natural colour opens up a warm world of nourishment and buoyancy which can elevate your wedding theme. This can also be seen in turquoise and emerald.
Copper and rose gold are out along with pastel colours that can add to a dull sense of occasion. Stick to bolder colours when looking to make a difference as white and ivory dresses are also on the decline.
Zoe wore the traditional white wedding dress, whilst her bridesmaid’s all wore coral to create a lasting effect with colour throughout her theme.