Do all the weddings you go to seem to have the same decor? Well, 2020 wedding trends are all about individuality and having fun! More and more couples are moving away from cookie cutter themes (RIP “Rustic” weddings and flower walls) and focusing more on elements that can be customized to suit budget, venue or aesthetic. Below are some trends we are picking up on for 2020, all of which can be personalized to bring your unique vision to life!
Rattan and wicker wedding decor accents are still going strong for 2020 as couples are turning to these vintage-inspired statement pieces to bring a dose of hippie chic to their wedding decor. Whether it’s with high-back peacock chairs, lanterns suspended from the ceiling, rattan lounge furniture, or assorted wicker baskets displaying floral arrangements, we can’t wait to see more of these wooden details in 2020.
Open Frame Decor and Grid Screens
Geometric wedding details have been all the rage for quite some time now, but what we’re seeing more + more of is open frame concepts. From pedestals to backdrops, we’re feeling the open and airy vibe.
Grid screens; utilitarian looking, but are taking on an entirely new (and gorgeous) look for 2020, as couples and wedding planners are decorating them with flowers, escort cards, balloons, tinsel, and more. Use an oversized screen to create a focal point at your venue, or opt for smaller ones as unique table numbers or to display signage throughout your reception space.
Neon Signage and Catchy Phrases
Lately, it seems like everywhere we look, there’s a wedding with a playful, sassy phrase featured somewhere in the decor, whether it’s printed onto cocktail napkins, added to the invitation suite, or hung as a laser-cut or neon sign on an accent wall. This funky trend is only going to continue to grow in 2020, but the trick to making your phrase feel catchy and not cheesy is to pick a saying, song lyric, or quote that holds personal meaning to you and your spouse.
Non Traditional Flowers
One of the biggest trends this year is the non-traditional flower. Instead of fresh flowers, dried flowers are in—sometimes painted or bleached and, sometimes, left natural. Side Note : Greenery is still having a moment. Think further than florals though; draping, furniture etc.
Smaller, more intimate weddings will make an appearance in 2020. Scaling down the guest list and venue, will allow for super lush moments just like that of a grander event. Quality over quantity. Micro weddings do not include every single person you’ve known since birth! We love how intimate a micro wedding can be. Due to the size, a lot of unique destinations and venues then become options to celebrate the experience with your nearest and dearest.
2020 couples aren’t just choosing a couple bright colors or bold details, they are going all out when it comes to incorporating over-the-top design into their wedding day. Color blocking—using contrasting colors side by side to create an eye-catching pattern—is going to be a huge wedding decor in this new decade. You can expect to see color blocking being incorporated in all different ways, from invitations to tabletop decor (think stacked plates and linens), to backdrop walls, and even wedding websites.
This see through material isn’t going anywhere and when done right, can look so amazing!
Classic Blue : Pantone Colour of the Year
The Pantone Color of the Year has been announced; Classic Blue, and we are super excited to see it stick around this year. Think invitations, cake, shoes, bridesmaid dresses – endless options!