19 Wedding Trends You’ll See Everywhere in 2019

Here’s a good article by Lucy Dang of Insider Magazine on Wedding Trends for 2019.

  • WeddingWire has put together some of the biggest trends you’ll likely see when your loved ones get married in 2019.
  • Next year, weddings will feel and look more personalized and natural.
  • Brides will embrace polka dots and crop tops while grooms will mix and match different fabrics and prints.
  • Guests will enjoy custom creations from interactive food stations and wedding favors that double as decor.
  • More and more couples will gravitate toward minimalist yet bold aesthetics.

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Couples today are finding increasingly creative ways to personalize their wedding day.

Just in time for engagement season, WeddingWire has put together some of the biggest trends you’re likely to see when your loved ones tie the knot in 2019.

Next year, many couples will continue to buck wedding traditions for almost every aspect of their big day, swapping flower arrangements in vases for floral installations, opting for more unique ways to display food, and incorporating fabrics like velvet in their decor.

From interactive food stations where guests can customize snacks to two-piece bridal gowns, here’s what weddings will probably look like next year.

Starting with bridal fashion, expect to see lots of polka dots.

This playful pattern, which was all over bridal runways this year, adds a flirty, romantic touch to any wedding look.

Gowns with asymmetrical design elements will also be everywhere.

For an unconventional yet fashion-forward dress, look for designs with high-low or slanted hemlines, or one-shoulder silhouettes.

Crop tops will be a trendy option as well.

Brides looking for a more modern look may want to consider a two-piece wedding dress.

Groomswear will feature suits that pair different fabrics and patterns together.

Many grooms are leaving traditional tuxedos behind.

When it comes to food, many weddings will have artistic edible displays.

More and more couples are turning food into art, according to WeddingWire.

Grazing tables will be another popular choice for couples.