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The Top 5 Wedding Trends You Should Know About in 2020

January 22, 2020

The Top 5 Wedding Trends You Should Know About in 2020

With the dawn of a new year and valentines day only weeks away, we are well and truly in "engagement season", most of 2020's brides-to-be are already planning looks, styles, colours, and searching for on-point details that will make their big day the celebration that they have always wanted. With that in mind we have selected some top trends to look out for, but to make your wedding as unique as you, we suggest you tap into the ideas that genuinely emulate your own and your partners personal style, don't just go with a trend because it's of-the-moment, but we know that with these suggestions you just can't go wrong…

Sustainable Celebrations:
Sustainability is a hot topic and with Princess Eugenie’s environmentally-conscious nuptials that took place last year, so many eco-friendly options have become available, such as replacing plastic favour and place settings with seasonal fruit or an edible treat. When it comes to flowers opt for locally grown, seasonal varieties and provide alternatives to confetti in the shape of ribbon wands or bubbles which both look fantastic in wedding photographs, but make sure all the elements such as bubble bottles are recyclable.

Sustainable Wedding

Embroidery:
As brides try to find more and more ways to make their wedding unique, 2020 will see a boom in embroidery. From initials on veils to even a little saying or message only the two of you know of, stitched into the detail of the dress, embroidery is a very easy way to customise an off the peg gown.

Embroidered Gown

Making a Statement:
The most traditional of all wedding accessories are making a comeback. After being overlooked for many years, the veil is back, and bigger than ever, thanks to some high profile celebrity brides who took it to the next level in terms of length, So if you are looking for the "wow factor", follow this trend and you can be sure you will turn heads.

Dramatic Veil

The boys are doing for themselves:
Long gone are the days when the groom simply turned up on the day with his best mate in tow, ready for the wedding ceremony. Men are now enjoying their own wedding preparations with the party of well turned out best men and ushers, who will be pampered and preened, sharing in suit shopping days, selecting a wedding day scent and accessories. Our Zeus, Gold & Crystal Cufflinks are a strong choice for any groom and they could also be given as gifts to the rest of the party, as they come presented in their own quirky red magnetic triangle gift box.
Zeus Gold Cufflinks


Using your head:
As we mentioned above, when it comes to veils, in 2020 you need to go big or go home! If you’re not making a statement then why not ditch the veil and go for an alternative hair accessory, such as a bold hair comb or a pretty headpiece like our Caroline, embellished applique headband shown below.


Caroline Applique Headband


Armed with an idea of what you can expect to see at wedding ceremonies, receptions, parties, and more throughout 2020, we hope you enjoy every moment of your own wedding planning.

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