20 Apr The Latest Wedding Trends On Pinterest – Does Yours Compare?
It is no secret that plenty of brides and grooms take inspiration for their wedding day from the internet.
Places like Pinterest for instance are absolutely packed full of fun, quirky and pretty ideas to really transform your wedding day into something special.
However, this has also meant that there are plenty of ideas floating about in the world of social media.
Want to see how your wedding measures up?
Why not take a look at some of the big trends seen on Pinterest and compare your ideas to them?
Now, by this we don’t mean that your best man and ushers are a little down in the dumps, rather the colour suit that they are wearing.
More and more, couples are deciding to shirk tradition a little and opt for a suit of a different colour to the more standard black or grey.
A popular choice is blue, not only because it still looks formal, but it also adds a pop of colour to the entire day too.
This is a particularly busy area on Pinterest, mainly because they are so many styles that you can choose from.
It seems that many brides are now opting for something soft and a little bit looser than may have been the usual style, which fits in with the shorter dresses and more boho feel to weddings.
Pimp your prosecco
Plenty of us love to drink a glass of bubbly or two at a wedding, but sometimes we wish that we could have something a little bit more, well exciting.
A great idea that we have seen on Pinterest is to offer your guests the chance to Pimp Their Prosecco.
This can be with a variety of ways, and you can leave the combinations up to them, but ultimately, with so many delicious flavours to add into their fizz, you are sure to have some happy guests!
DIY stations aplenty
Not only are couples asking their couples to get involved with pimping their prosecco, but it seems that others are allowing their guests to make their own in a variety of ways.
Pick and Mix sweets, design your biscuits or even a taco stand.
The possibilities are endless for fun ways to get your guests involved and give them some delicious treats too.
Out of season weddings
It always used to be that weddings are a summer thing, and whilst plenty of couples decide to tie the knot between June and August, more and more couples are shunning this idea.
We have weddings in February, November, April.
Even January and December.
For some couples the weather really doesn’t matter.
It is more about saying I do and sharing the magic with all your closest family and friends.
Ultimately, no matter how awesome some of these ideas are, your wedding is unique to you.
It should be a reflection not only of both your personalities as a couple, but as a chance to celebrate your love for one another.
If that means lots of quirky extras, then great.
But if it means that you take a more traditional approach to the entire day, then that is just as fabulous too!