Wedding Trends You Can Expect To See In 2022

After a year and a half of postponing and rescheduling weddings, subdued parties are officially a thing of the past. Get ready for maximalist themes, enchanting aesthetics and vibrant colours. These are wedding trends you can expect to see in 2022.

Below is wedding trends you can expect to see in 2022.

Intimate Weddings: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, many couples have warmed to the idea of small, intimate weddings. We can expect many couples to get married on Zoom, Facebook and YouTube via live streams.

Rented Wedding Dresses: Renting your wedding outfit not only gives you the chance to wear a designer dress that you may not be able to afford to purchase, but it also gives you the opportunity to plan a range of wedding outfits for your celebrations too. Many brides are opting for rentals in 2022.

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Two Piece Wedding Dresses: There are so many stunning two-piece wedding dresses hitting the high street and this is definitely a trend that will be big across 2022. Elegant and modern, the two-piece dresses are a comfortable choice for brides-to-be and their re-wear ability.

Sequel Weddings: Whether your wedding was cancelled or postponed due to Covid-19, many couples are opting for wedding part 2 where they celebrate their weddings the way the originally intended before lockdown.

Multisensory Celebrations: In 2022, couples are looking to give their guests the ultimate wedding experience including providing multisensory elements. From scented stationery to unusual menu ingredients.

Vegan Food: With vegetarian and vegan diets on the rise, more and more couples are opting for more environmentally conscious menus for their wedding celebrations.

DIY Décor: Another trend that will be popular for 2022 due to lockdown restrictions is DIY Décor! Many people took it upon themselves to develop a new hobby to keep themselves occupied during furlough and this included a rise in at-home arts and crafts.

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