Style Trends We Should Expect in 2019

Style Trends We Should Expect in 2019

As 2018 creeps to a close, 2019 offers a fresh canvas for wedding inspiration. Ditch the old and find something new (and maybe, blue!) with these trends.

Wedding Gowns

Probably, in part, thanks to the royal wedding frenzy we saw in 2018, tiaras are a popular accessory, and ball gowns have made their resurgence. Fashion week also favored dichotomies: both clean, simple designs that allowed the cut and color of the dress to shine; and geometric patterns (think chevron and structured lines). Throw in some glitter (as accents or the entire gown) and metallic for options on both ends of the spectrum.

However, if you want to buck tradition entirely, jumpsuits are making a splash. Who said brides can’t wear pants? Designers are putting out sleek designs that retain a feminine touch. And for a pop of color, lavender was the favorite (and also the Pantone color of the year).

Themes, Colors, and Décor

Wedding experts anticipate that brides will move towards neutral colors with blue accents. But for florals, pastels are still in, and flower arches are trending on Pinterest. Other popular Pinterest finds include metallic décor (echoing the bridal gown trend) and neon signs adorning walls. All-inclusive wedding packages are also trending, as brides find they have less time to realize their Pin-spirations and are finding event planners who can help them create a memorable, personalized day.

What’s Out?

Large wedding parties are dwindling as brides and grooms opt for a few (or only one) people to stand by them on the big day. They’re also saving the “first look” for the walk down the aisle.

While there are plenty of trend predictions, the most important thing is to find something you like. It may not be “trendy,” but it’s your day. So make is a blast from the past, avant-garde, go with the flow, or mix-and-match.

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