Every year the number one question we get asked by couples is "what is the wedding trends of the season?" This is a pressing question as couples plan their weddings sometimes 18 - 24 months out from the "I-do" date. Let's face it, no one wants their wedding to be outdated before the actual date arrives.
The thing with a "wedding trend" is it hangs around much longer than your latest Zara dress that you bought three weeks ago. Once a wedding "trend" happens it generally is not just a trend for one season but for many years ahead. Throughout this time though there might be hundreds of variations of the so called "trend" with couples turning it into their own and adding their own twist and personality.
Throughout the years we have seen classic white and green weddings; black tie weddings; the bohemian picnic trends; rustic barn weddings; abundance of dried flower arrangements and hanging installations; festoon lighting; the birthing of the now standard long feasting tables, feasting menus and so much more. Weddings are forever evolving and this year we are experiencing a new wedding trend that we believe will be the next trend for years to come. Our prediction for 2021 followed by many years to come of variations is LILAC, SOFTNESS, ROMANCE AND SUGAR FLOWERS! Morphing fun, colour, romance and tradition with a twist of modern personality is going to be hot off the heels of couples planning their 2021 and 2022 wedding.
We recently worked with some of Aisle Wedding Market's incredible store brands and some of Australia's favourite wedding suppliers to bring you an insight into what you can expect in 2021.
"Spring is always a fun colourway, it’s bright, fun and filled to the brim with inspiration. We recently noticed many of the orders coming through our store include colours of lilac, dove greys, peaches and ivory. At Aisle we are guided by what our customers are purchasing, that to us is what sets the trends" - Judi Watts, co-founder of Aisle Wedding Market.
The team at The Cake That Ate Paris provided an array of small treats and a delicately made two tier cake. The cake is a lilac buttercream cream cake layered with blueberry syrup and vanilla bean buttercream.
The little mini pots are filled with chocolate brandy and blackberries to garnish. The Cake That Ate Paris went next level and provided doughnut cakes with handmade sugar blossoms and tiny lilac chocolates with gold fleck details.
Coordination + concept // @aisleweddingmarket
Photography // @ivyroadphotography
Videography // @yellowbullweddings
Welcome sign, invite suite, bar signage // @sundaynude
Hire // @hamptoneventhire
Drinks // @ink_gin
Venue // @huskdistillers
Model // @amybonkers
Earrings, veil and necklace // @lolaknightofficial
Florals // @theelectricrose
Cake + desserts // @thecakethatateparis
Dresses // @oscarandivybridal
Silk ribbon + confetti // @thewholebride
Hair // @amyspryhair
Makeup // @beccimcivormakeupartistry
Styling pieces // @ivyandbleuevents
Acrylic sign // @sea.and.paper
Shoes // @foreversoles