We love attending weddings. In this episode we will share the Wedding Trends of 2023. We even put our wedding dressings on from 2006.
Rachel and Tera talk about Wedding Trends Today….
Starting with the Trends:
Hues of Blue - Blue is the new Pink - (Love the Very Very Pale Blue) -
Sheer Fabrics (Beaded Sheers with Bra and Mini Shirt Outlines or Short Nude Slip Dress Underneath)
Asymmetrical Necklines (Cut-Outs, One Shoulder, Material Gather at Front with Asymmetrical Fabric Design)
Mock Necks (Long Sleeve and Short Sleeve using Lace)
Separates (Satin Pant Suits)
Party Minis (Mini Satin Dress with Fringe Sleeves, Deep V Necks with Brooch Accents)
Elaborate Ball Gowns (Oversized Sleeves, Off the Shoulder Gathered Material and Oversized Bows - Think Big Wedding and Ball)
Mini Bow Details (Bows Down Back, Tie Bows on Front, Crystal Bow Designs on Dresses)
Oversized Floral Motifs (Oversized Embroidery)
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Wedding COLOR Trends Today!
What are they….
Emerald Green - Pairs well with - Blush Pink, Light blue, or Silver
Earth Tones - Brown Undertones - Pairs well with any color with a brown undertone (Nice for Fall Weddings)
Lavender - Pairs well with Burgundy, Dark Purple, Blush (Lavender Flowers would be a nice touch) This is nice for Spring and Summer Weddings
Dusty Rose - Pairs well with Cranberry, All different pinks and looks beautiful with greenery. (Year Round Color)
Orange - Rust Orange, Bold Orange for a Pop of Color, and Coral
Sage Green - Pairs well with darker shades of green, gold, navy blue, or dusty pink
Yellow - Brighter Shades of yellow are perfect for bringing a pop of color to your wedding. If you’re into darker shades of yellow..they make a good primary wedding color for your color palette
Navy Blue - Spring: Navy Blue & Blush Pink; Summer: Navy Blue & Yellow; Fall: Navy Blue & Gold; Winter: Navy Blue & Burgundy
Blush Pink - Really gorgeous primary color. As a complementary color goes well with primary colors
Dusty Blue - Brides are pairing dusty blue with greens, tans, and darker shades of blue
Wine - Good color if the bride is into wedding florals - pairs well with many colors and is a good color for creativity in a wedding venue
Champagne - Pairs well with various shades of greens, pinks and earthy tones
What about the Bridesmaids Dresses...
Less Rules in Dressing Bridal Parties
Re-Wearable Dresses HUGE In 2023
Hues and styles, neutral shades like champagne, taupe and black
Neutral Bridesmaids Dresses (Ivory & Cream to Mix with Bride)
Silk and Satin
Mix Match - Brides are opting to mix between fabrics, hemlines, and really having fun with the palette in lieu of a matchy-matchy vibe
Cowl Neck Drape Bridesmaid Dresses
Convertible Bridesmaid Dresses - A convertible gown is one that typically has two long pieces of fabric that you can style in multiple ways to create different necklines and silhouettes. So basically, each member of your wedding party can easily choose their preferred neckline.
The Accessories for Brides and Bridesmaids...
Pearls in Hair with Hair Pins or Decorated Around Sleek Bun, Heavy Elaborate Hair Combs with Crystals, Beads and Pearls, Elaborate Headbands & Brooches
Blunt Bob is in right now (Thanks to Hailey Bieber and Rachel Kimball…haha)
High updos are back—with a modern twist (90’s Style)
Side Swept Curls
Center Part with Tucked-Back Bangs
Best places to have a wedding...
Never forget the Top Honeymoon Destinations...
We don't all get to be in the wedding. So What to Wear to Weddings in 2023...
Formal Weddings are your moment to go all out. Reach for dramatic lengths, unexpected prints, and shimmering details to make an elevated statement
Black Tie - Makes it easy all you have to do is pick the right silhouette
Romantic Florals is a great option
Cocktail Dress - Metallic finishes and rich or vibrant colors always work well
Casual Wedding - This is Still an elevated look but with comfort in mind - Slip on an easy-going dress with a polished finish (use jewelry and statement or refine shoes)
Beach Wedding - Light Weight Fabrics are a Must
Remember the basic of picking a dress...
Begin by exploring different wedding dress styles and designs that appeal to you. You can find inspiration online through wedding dress galleries, bridal magazines, or even social media.
Make appointments at bridal boutiques or wedding dress shops, and consider bringing your mom or a close friend for their support and input. Give yourself ample time to shop around and try on different styles.
Keep an open mind when trying on dresses, and be willing to experiment with different styles and designs that you may not have initially considered.
Think about the season and location of your wedding. If you're getting married outdoors in the summer, you may want to choose a dress made of lighter, more breathable fabric. If your wedding is in the winter, you may want to consider a dress with more coverage and warmth.
Prioritize the fit and comfort of the dress. You do want to feel confident and comfortable on your wedding day, so make sure the dress fits you well and doesn't restrict your movement.
Trust your instincts and choose a dress that makes you feel absolutely gorgeous and self-assured. This is your special day, and you deserve to feel amazing in your dress!
We would love to hear if you want more on the following questions. If so, comment below.
How can I find the perfect wedding venue that fits my style and preferences?
What are some meaningful elements that I can include in my wedding ceremony?
How can I make my wedding unique and memorable for myself and my guests?
How do I choose the perfect wedding dress that makes me feel confident and beautiful?
What are some popular wedding themes for women?
How do I find a wedding photographer that will capture my special day beautifully?
What are some fun and interactive wedding activities that my guests will enjoy?
How can I infuse my personality and personal style into my wedding, making it truly my own?
I wanted to end with the FIRST wedding dress...
Worn by Princess Philippa of England in 1406. Her tunic-style dress was made of white silk, which was the customary color for wedding dresses at the time. The dress was adorned with gold trim, and she accessorized with a matching cloak and crown. However, it's important to keep in mind that wedding dresses as we know them today didn't become popular until much later in history, specifically during the Victorian era. Prior to that, brides would typically wear their best dress, regardless of its color or design. It wasn't until Queen Victoria donned a white wedding dress for her marriage to Prince Albert in 1840 that white wedding dresses became fashionable and desirable.
Thank you again for joining us! As we leave you to go take on the world - We hope this podcast has helped in some way open your mind to new ideas, help you generate your creativity, encourage you to call your friends and has ultimately added a little more happiness into your day!
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