When Pantone announced marsala as the color of 2015, brides-to-be adapted beautifully. This deep wine color can easily serve as your palette’s forefront, or richen the smaller details of your wedding. It’s a gorgeous color for bridesmaids, bouquets, and programs. Best of all, marsala is extremely versatile – pair it with earthier tones for a woodsy wedding, or match it with the trendy rose gold for a more regal feel. With autumn weddings right on the horizon, we predict we’ll be seeing a lot of marsala.
Want to see this pantone color display and more of Marsala in action? Check out Gigmasters’ feature on the color of the year.
Hippie-chic is not just a 2015 fashion trend, it’s a wedding trend, too. This theme is perfect for brides-to-be who want a laid-back but chic vibe. Brides have achieved this theme by selecting woodland venues, choosing flowing, gauzy dresses, and incorporating wildflowers, lace, and cascading bouquets. You’ll want to make Pinterest your best friend for this theme (crafting is encouraged). It’ll help you find your own personal blend between elegant, vintage flair and a soft, personal touch.
Want to see this and more Boho looks? We love this bridesmaid post from Tulle & Chantilly.
In the past few years brides have embraced the ultimate mix between formal and casual and planned elegant yet laid-back rustic weddings. What’s the difference between rustic and boho? With rustic weddings, many of the traditional wedding elements remain, they’re just moved outdoors or into a more pastoral venue. How about a ceremony under a tent, then a reception in a barn. Or throw the whole shindig at a farm or a lake house. Create your perfect ambiance with leather and wooden decor, and spice things up with a craft beer garden and family-style meals. Don’t forget those hay bales!
We found this stunning wedding on weheartit.com.
Are you a bride who craves a bolder statement than that of a rustic or boho wedding? Well here’s a trend for you. In 2015, glamorous weddings are making a major comeback. Dramatic entrances, black-tie attire, decadent ten-layer cakes, and ballroom-like venues are popular features for this opulent trend. Play royalty for a day by donning the elegant dress of your dreams, choose your jewels wisely, and fill your crystal straight from a champagne tower with your closest friends and family before the night is through.
Image by Guy Heart Studio.
Want more of this fairytale wedding? Check out the entire post on The Frosted Petticoat Blog.