Top 4 Hot Wedding Trends in 2015


 

Photo courtesy of photobooth.me

Photo courtesy of photobooth.me

When you work in the rental business, it’s important to stay up-to-date on all of the latest trends in your particular industry. For those clients who work in wedding industry, we’ve shared a few trends for 2015 from an article by Good Morning America below.

Location, Location, Location: Creative and unique wedding locations are in. Think summer camps, ranches, mountaintop lodges, and rustic retreats. Additionally, many couples are opting for destination weddings in exotic locals such as Italy, Spain, Mexico and the Caribbean to “give their guests a once-of-a-lifetime experience.”

Conversation Starters: According to the article, receptions will be “geared toward creating a social atmosphere.” Family-style dinners and serve-yourself bars – candy, popcorn, s’mores, etc. – are trending. With regards to décor, longer, rectangular tables, monochromatic color palettes, and glass and mirrored elements are all popular choices for weddings in 2015.

Wardrobe Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: A third dress is finding its way into wedding day wardrobes, according to the article, which allows brides to express their individuality and confidence.

Tech is Calling the Shots: Technological advances in photography will have a big impact on your big day in 2015, according to the article. Some photographers are using drones to capture aerial shots, “like the view of your ceremony from overhead and amazing scenery.” Additionally, videographers are also using GoPro cameras along with their video cameras to capture footage

Where Can I Rent Things I Need For My Wedding?

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1 comments
ShellWhip
ShellWhip

Wardrobe changes??? Isn't squeezing into (and spending tons on money on) one wedding dress enough???