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Top Ten Wedding Trends of 2014

Are you a bride-to-be or doing the planning for the big wedding? Not to fear… we’ve gathered the top ten latest, hottest wedding trends of 2014. Covering bouquets, dresses, décor, and more, we have the complete list of trends to be expected this year!

1. Shine Bright Like a Diamond.
Grand chandeliers often grace the scenes of wedding ceremonies as the bride walks down the aisle, and also adorn the venues of wedding receptions where the newlyweds enjoy their first dance as husband and wife. If you are an admirer of this elegant lighting feature it can be applied to any wedding, no matter what the theme is.

Chand

photos c/o, Annakim-stylemepretty.com, apartmenttherapy.com, Lauramurray-stylemepretty.com

2. Rose Gold.
Have you ever considered choosing rose gold for your engagement ring or wedding band? This metal gives a soft, warm, romantic feel and also complements any skin tone. Tacori’s “Pretty in Pink” collection consists of an effortless, tasteful, stylish, selection of rose gold rings. If you’re not really a big fan, then try going with a classic, timeless setting like a solitaire.

rose-gold-rings

photos c/o
IcingOnTheRing

3. Pastels with A Pop.
Pastel tones have been and always will be the top wedding palette pick, no matter what season. A pantone palette with a mix of pastels gives the traditional look a little edge.

pantone-palette

photos c/o
clipzine.me.com, honestlyyumfloral.com, weddbook.com

4. Going Green.
This year is all about DIY. A top theme for 2014 has been having a whimsical, outdoor, fairytale wedding. From DIY centerpieces to flower crowns, this finishing touch gives an organic, natural vibe.

DIY

photos c/o
Clary Pfeiffer photography, Marissa McClure photography, Rachel Ledbetter photography

5. Letting Loose.
It’s time to be let your floral bouquet not be so evenly shaped and to let the vines do the talking. There’s no need to stress on how much one flower is sticking out more than the others… having an asymmetrical bouquet with the stem sticking out is the new perception of perfection.

bouquet

photos c/o
(A)Strid photography, Hazelton photograph

6. Lace and Shoulders.
Inspired by the Royal Wedding, designers have made lace and shoulder decals a dynamic duo this year. Marchesa, Reem Acra, Oscar de la Renta, Monique Lluhillier, and Jenny Packham have been presenting a variety of silhouettes with lace shoulders. One could say that it’s Grace Kelly with a modern touch.

lace-dresses

photos c/o
HarpersBazaar.com

7. Mismatch is the New Match.
Ever since Big left Carrie hanging at her wedding on “Sex and the City”, we still can’t forget how fabulous the bridesmaids looked. This particular scene has inspired many wedding planners to take the bridesmaids’ fashion to another level. Of course, all eyes should still be on the bride!

mismatch

photos c/o
MagnolliaRouge.com, pinterest.com

8. One-Bite Appetizers.
Snacking on finger foods during the cocktail reception can be a little messy. Instead, try serving a variety of one-bite appetizers.

food

photos c/o
Habitat Events, Hgtvbites.com, Yummly.com

9. Patterns, Please.
Applying patterns to your color scheme is the newest trend this year. With different shapes and sizes, this is a twist that can add your unique, personal touch and style to your wedding. Carry your theme throughout all of the little details, including invitations, reception décor, bouquets, and the cake. Don’t be afraid to have fun with different prints, such as chevrons, stripes, polka dots, geometric shapes, ikat, or even tribal prints!

prints

photos c/o
Mike Larson photography, NiceWeddingz.com, WeHeartIt.com

10. Sparkle On.
Every girl loves a little sparkle, so why not incorporate it into your wedding? Examples of a dash of something sparkly can be anything from hanging twinkly lights to glitter on your invitations, centerpieces, or chair covers. This trendy touch can add a little fun to your special day.

glitter

photos c/o
Andi Grany photography, One Love photography, pinterest.com

Now that you’ve been familiarized with the basics of what to expect this year, you can venture out and be confident in whatever you plan!

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