We had our hands full this weekend at The National Wedding Show in Earl’s Court – learning what’s hot and what’s not. We’ve been taking note of all the latest wedding trends for 2015 fresh from the catwalk. Here are just some of the main highlights which Brides should watch out for…
Pastels Please – A consistent theme throughout the Show was popular pastel colours which are set to make their mark on 2015 weddings. The gorgeous pastels of Sage, Blush and Coral were concurrent throughout the stalls – stunning colours to incorporate into your 2015 wedding.
Hatinator– Fascinators are maintaining their popularity with Brides seeking an alternative to other headwear. This trend has evolved into the creation of the hatinator – a hybrid of the fascinator and the wedding hat.
Photo credit: Mania Shoes
Ornate Furniture – Taking chair covers one step further, elaborate furniture on your big day is now a popular trend. It helps create a stunning setting for your guests to relax and enjoy themselves, as well as providing a great backdrop for your photos. A number of furniture hire companies will be offering a range for 2015.
Country Tweed – We loved the country style tweed that dominated the catwalk for grooms. Check out our Pinterest board for more inspiration!
Sassi Holford – Although Sassi was busy selling her gorgeous wedding dresses, she managed to spare us a couple moments for a video interview. Warning – this video contains lots of noise from bustling brides. Watch here.
The Cheese Cake – We aren’t talking about a raspberry cheesecake, but a wedding cake made from a stack of your favourite cheeses. Whether it be Stilton, Cheddar or Wensleydale – your cake can be tailored to your taste buds.
Cyprus – This romantic and increasingly popular island held a strong presence at the Show, with the Tourist Board representing numerous wedding businesses from the country. Cyprus offers an idyllic setting, meaning that UK businesses need to up their game with this increasing competition.
We also noticed the merging trend of fur and feathers! Look out for our upcoming newsletter to hear more about this.