The Most Overused Wedding Trends | Stephen Coleclough
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The Most Overused Wedding Trends

There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking inspiration for your big day from the weddings of others, or from what you see online or in a magazine.

However, sometimes, these trends can become a little too much and can actually be overused.

With so many wedding trends out there to choose from, which are the ones that are becoming the most overused in the world of weddings?

Far too many bridesmaids

The amount of bridesmaids that you have is entirely down to personal choice, however, one trend that we think might have been overdone a little too much of late, is the idea that more is more when it comes to bridesmaids.

This is a common trend in the US, however, it seems to be making its way over here and some brides are deciding to have as many as 10 ladies by their side.

Which, if you ask us, is a few too many!

Light up letters

Now, we are not saying that there is nothing great about large light up letters, but it seems that as more and more people are choosing them for their wedding, we are starting to fall out of love with “LOVE”.

Of course, Love isn’t the only way to go, you can also choose for Mr and Mrs or perhaps your initials.

No matter the letters that you go for, this is a trend that we think the lights may soon go down on.

Dramatic entrances

We all like to make an impact on our wedding day, which means that it makes sense that the idea of a dramatic entrance is one that is becoming a lot more popular.

It could a flashy car, a horse, or even a helicopter, for many brides and grooms the idea is that you turn up for your special day, in an extra special way.

Whilst this can be great fun, it can be a little tiresome.

After all, it is your wedding day, which means that all eyes are going to be on you, regardless of whether you turn up in a tank or a spaceship or on your own two feet.

Of course, you may really like the idea of any of these trends for your big day, and really the choice is down to you.

The thing that you should always keep in mind is that your wedding day, is just that, yours, which means that you should go for whatever ideas, trends or tips that you like the sound of.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is one of the UK's premier wedding DJs and the winner of multiple industry awards and accolades. His favourite wedding song? Love Shack of course - a guaranteed floor filler! You can find him on Twitter at

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