Wedding trends are constantly evolving. It’s amazing how we went from structured wedding gowns with puffy sleeves to now free flowing, sheer slip dresses! Wedding trends are now even easier to spot and follow with social media. I’ve spotted a few popular bridal trends this year and I’m sure they’ll continue to grow. Keep reading to find out what’s currently popular in the world of weddings.
Pearls are all the rage right now. Pearl headbands, pearl veils and pearl barrettes. I find accessories embellished with pearls are so timeless. Moving away from the classical string of pearls necklace, many designers are now incorporating this beautiful treasure from the sea into their collection of bridal headpieces, wedding dresses and even shoes. I’ve recently come across some beautiful pearl wedding accessories and items, which I couldn’t help but share.
This wedding shoe is a stunner. I’m in love with the string of pearls which is perfectly paired with silver accents. These shoes comes in white, ivory or nude, meaning there’s definitely a shade to match your wedding dress. They are too beautiful not to show off in photos, so personally I’d wear them with a dress which flows as I walk, or even an ankle length dress. Find these wedding shoes at The White Collection.
The pearl embellished veil is becoming a much loved hair accessory. I’ve come across veils which are completely covered in pearls, to those which are slightly scattered. I think this veil by Prea James has the perfect amount of pearl goodness.
I had to throw into the hat my favourite pearl headpiece from The Loop Market! This vintage styled gold headband was designed and handmade by one of my favourite designers Agnes Walker. It is truly one of a kind as it has been put together with vintage embellishments.
These earrings by FinerRings are individually shaped and completely unique to each person! If you want to wear pearl earrings, but not the classic stud type, why not try these minimal styled pearl dangling earrings?
I love minimal, simple wedding outfits, especially when they come in separates. The beauty of separates, is that you are able to mix and match as you please. See some of my favourite wedding outfits below, all by designed by talented Australian designers.
Cyrus top and Dylan Skirt by Cathleen Jia
This is just one of the many endearing bridal outfit combinations by Cathleen Jia. Don’t like the top? Just swap it out for one of her other amazing pieces. There is an entire section dedicated just to separates on the website.
Perfect if you want something fitted with loose organza sleeves. This bridal top found at Bo and Luca could be matched with a fitted or full bodied wedding skirt, and would look amazing both ways.
Such a cute and comfortable looking bridal top created by White Meadow Bridal. The 3D florals really give this top texture and character, and you could pair it with a simple high waisted skirt.
If you want fun and unique, you need to check out this Skirt by Ginger and Gold Bridal. This skirt could be dressed up with a simple camisole top, and would still be perfect for a feminine bridal look. Have fun dancing in this skirt all night long!
Dessert bars and tables have become an increasingly popular trend at weddings, engagement parties and bridal showers. They look amazing when styled with a theme, and the types of dessert creations are endless. At every single wedding I have been to, the dessert bar becomes completely empty within minutes! Check out some of the different types of popular desserts which you might want to have at your wedding.
Who doesn’t love cookies? Fondant biscuits have suddenly taken over my Instagram, but don’t get me wrong, I love looking at them! I’ve come across so many different shapes and designs. I’ve seen mesmerising marble designs and beautiful embossed messages on these cookies created by @mooncookieco_. They would also make the perfect favour as you can bag them up and have your guests take them home.
Dessert cups are the perfect edible decoration for your dessert table. They are very aesthetically pleasing and taste amazing too. I came across these delectable looking creations by @Dessertcupqueen_ Dessert cups come in a variety of flavours, so you could a few of each type for your guests.
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