Novia Mia's Blog
Sustainable and Eco-friendly Weddings:
There has been a growing emphasis on sustainability and environmentally friendly choices in wedding planning. Couples are opting for eco-conscious decisions, from choosing ethically sourced materials for wedding attire to reducing waste at the ceremony and reception.
Intimate and Micro Weddings:
The COVID-19 pandemic has influenced wedding trends, leading to smaller, more intimate ceremonies and receptions. Couples have been opting for smaller guest lists to create a more personal and meaningful experience.
Non-traditional Wedding Attire
Many brides have been choosing non-traditional wedding dresses, including colored gowns, jumpsuits, and unconventional silhouettes. Designers have been exploring new styles and materials to cater to a wider range of preferences.
With the rise of technology, couples are incorporating more digital elements into their weddings. This includes virtual guest attendance, live streaming of ceremonies, and online registries.
Couples are focusing on adding personal touches to their wedding decor, reflecting their personalities and interests. This can include customized signage, unique centerpieces, and personalized favors.
Many couples have been opting for destination weddings in picturesque locations. This trend is likely to continue as couples seek unique and memorable settings for their special day.
Interactive Food and Drink
Experiences: Couples are moving away from traditional sit-down dinners and embracing interactive food and drink experiences. This can include food stations, cocktail bars, and creative menu options
.Cultural and Heritage Influences:
Couples are incorporating their cultural backgrounds and heritage into various aspects of the wedding, from attire to rituals and decorations.
Remember that these trends can evolve,
new ones may emerge as the wedding industry continues to adapt to changing preferences and circumstances.
Pamela, Elizabeth, and Lindsay