For 2018 wedding trends, pros from across [the United-States] shared with WeddingWire the colors that will be adorning various details, how to create a rustic 2.0 look, which foods and desserts guests will be enjoying and some of the interactive experiences and details that guests are sure to notice.
WeddingWire published its look at the new 2018 wedding trends, and the details to bring them to life, for your upcoming wedding – and I am pleased to report that:
2018 Wedding Trends Have Been Around My Destination Wedding Designs This Past Year, And I’m Loving Them…!
brides and grooms are opting for dark blue as the neutral shade in their wedding’s color palette […] midnight blue is now the color of choice
I personally chose midnight blue + pastel shades of pink and green for my own wedding invitations in January 2017.
metallics are here to stay […] couples are bringing silver and chrome into the mix for 2018 wedding trends.
I love mixing different metallics (gold cutlery + silver and chrome décor rentals…) and use Mercury glass candle holders to bring a look together. On-the-go smartphone photo of a destination wedding in Moorea in November 2017.
suspended arrangements are in for 2018. Couples are keeping their guest tables simple and focusing more on ceiling treatments.
Suspended floral arrangement above a family-style head table designed in June 2017 for a destination wedding in Moorea. © Digit Studio
Couples are finding new ways to entertain guests. For 2018 wedding trends, it’s very much about creating an incredible experience for guests […] Couples are incorporating interactive elements into their wedding to entertain their guests.
Former Cirque du Soleil artist pouring French Champagne from the air as the guests enter the reception venue. Illustration photo for a November 2017 destination wedding in Moorea (official photos to come).
The photo booth concept is not going away […] but today’s couples are having an open booth with a backdrop. A no booth-booth.
Photo frame made of tropical greeneries suspended to a tree branch next to the couple’s sweetheart table and with the lagoon of Moorea in the background at sunset. Destination wedding in Moorea in October 2017. © wedOtahiti
Don’t call it “rustic,” it’s all about the “woodsy” look ↓↓↓
[…] This includes a lot of greenery in the florals and green as the wedding’s main color. We’ll also […] see more wooden details ↑↑↑
We designed this round altar made of local greeneries back in March 2017 for an elopement ceremony on the beach in Moorea. © Helene Havard
As an experienced Wedding Planner in Moorea, I specialize in planning small and intimate celebrations in Tahiti that combine a personal experience with striking landscapes and untouched beauty, so I’m ready to help designing your 2018 destination wedding and guests’ unique experience in Tahiti.