Wondering what’s in and what’s out for weddings in 2023? Whether you’re a trendsetter or trend follower, these trends can give you some guidance when it comes to planning your wedding. Wedding hashtags are in the past, and we’re seeing more midday ceremonies surface. If you’re looking for places in Omaha to get married, consider The Club at Indian Creek. Our venue can be catered to the trends we’re saying hello and goodbye to!
We’re saying goodbye to…
What used to be all about posts is now all about stories. The wedding hashtag has been dropped, and those getting married are working to tell more of a story with video content rather than photos only. Plus, the growing popularity of wedding websites has helped to make everything digital as well; guests can even upload photos they took at the wedding to the website for the married couple to see.
Uniform bridesmaid dresses
Matching bridesmaids’ dresses are a no-go this year. Brides are giving their bridesmaids the option to choose any style of dress they want in a particular color, or choosing to have several colors and styles of dresses. It can be hard to find one dress in one color that everyone likes. We’re also seeing themes, where the bride will give them an idea to follow when picking out their dresses.
Standing wedding parties
Rather than the bridesmaids and groomsmen standing next to the couple, try giving them seats. This also helps draw all of the attention to the couple getting married. Just like your guests, they’re going to be standing throughout most of the reception, so it’s nice to showcase the real stars of the show and keep everyone comfortable.
Extravagant escort card walls
People are choosing a more classic display to help everyone know where they’re supposed to sit. No more over-the-top escort card walls. Organizing them on a simple table is just as effective and keeps guests intermingling with each other. Here are some simple ideas!
We’re saying hello to…
Rather than having a morning ceremony followed by cocktail hour and a night of partying, those who are planning a wedding are opting for a midday celebration. You and your fiance can enjoy the morning together, have plenty of time to get ready and avoid getting burnt out by the end of your wedding day. Your guests will also enjoy getting to sleep in, and they’ll be better prepared for partying at the reception as well.
Over-the-top cakes and cake toppers
Those getting married in 2023 are personalizing their cakes more than ever before. We’re talking about matching it to the wedding colors and details, as well as crafting cakes up to five feet tall! The cake topper says it all; people are adding in their pets or upgrading an heirloom wedding cake topper.
Rather than a straight aisle, some are creating curved aisles for their wedding ceremony. S-shapes are popular. Some brides are even choosing to walk down half the aisle alone and then be greeted by their father, mother or both. This can create a unique feel and add a wholesome touch to your wedding day.
As well as color, we’re seeing the use of patterns, textiles and illustrations. Choosing a colorful palette for your wedding is all about picking colors you like and using them to set the mood for your wedding day. Custom decor and your own design elements can help make a positive statement. Have fun with it!
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