ADVICE FROM THE DOCTOR
Wedding Trends of 2019
Walking down the aisle with the person you love is a dream come true. What’s more important is that you want the people you cherish to be a part of your big day. You want your big day to be remembered by all till the years to come.
For this reason, we have compiled a list of wedding trends for 2019 and will make your wedding day no less than a fairy tale.
- Focus on the invites
The first impression that people form about your wedding is by looking at the invite they receive. If the invite is plain and simple, they will assume the wedding to be just mediocre. But if you have an amazing invite – all boxed up with a keepsake – people will expect the wedding to be the talk of the town (in a good way of course).
- Dried Floral Décor
We all know that the major chunk of any wedding decor budget is allotted to the floral arrangement – fresh flowers can cost an arm and a leg. But recently we have observed a trend of dried floral arrangements – in the bouquet and the venue’s décor. Some brides and grooms may be reluctant to take on this trend, but the florists know how to mix fresh flowers with dried ones to make the arrangements look stunning.
- The Desserts
Now that we have the floral décor out of the way, let’s talk desserts! We see more people opting for a dessert table than a massive tiered cake these days. Think donuts, mini cupcakes, French macaroons, and cookies. We highly recommend you still include a small cake for you and your honey to cut.
Minimalism is all the rage these days – whether you talk about the décor, wedding dress, makeup – basically everything. People prefer to keep it simple. Get nice chairs with a classy look, use classic cutlery and make your overall persona minimalistic.
- Make Your Wedding Personal
Your wedding is an event that will be remembered for life. The wedding pictures, videos, and any other memorabilia will be cherished for years to come. This has really given rise to more personalized weddings, where the bride and groom opt for a DIY Ceremony, where a close friend or family friend officiates the wedding.