Expert insight on upcoming wedding trends in 2024

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Georgie Mitchell, Wedding Planner and Wedding Expert for online fashion destination Silkfred, shares her expert insight on upcoming wedding trends in 2024...

A beautiful white gown has been the norm for centuries, however, as Georgie explains, 2024 is set to change these traditional bridal tropes:  “I think, in 2024, we’ll see loads of individuality. Brides will be wearing different designs, colours, necklines with more of a focus on styles that not only make them look and feel good, but won’t look like everyone else. I also think they will be very romantic, textured, patterned with touches of colour. Gone are the white dress brides.”

Georgie reveals that this trend of uniqueness and individuality will also be a theme for bridesmaid dresses: “For bridesmaids I think we will be seeing bold colours, pastels, florals, frills - basically, a lot more variety. Bridesmaid dresses have almost become as important as the brides, with couples keen to make statements. Individuality is key with these looks.”

Aside from the fashions, Georgie reveals what she believes will be the big floral trends we’ll see this wedding season: “Florals this year will be wild and wispy. We will see lots of variety when it comes to flowers in types and shades. For example, multicoloured, wild flowers will be featuring lots alongside big red roses - a nod towards the ‘pop of red’ trend we’ve seen all year.”

What about table-scaping? Georgie reveals that in 2024, more is more: “My biggest prediction will be bows - bows are meant to be all the rage this year. Following our move away from minimalism and in a bid for individuality, I think we’ll see a lot more decoration tables. Think maximalist fabric layers, assorted colours, cute personalised decals and unique decor - tables will be wonderfully busy with lots of eye-catching pieces.”

Now that we’ve admired the florals and the tables, what about the after parties? Again, Georgie suggests an emphasis on fun and business: “When it comes to the music, opting for a DJ & Sax will be very popular. On the dancefloor we’ll see moodier lighting and more ‘tacky’ props like disco balls, heart sunglasses and blow up saxophones. After-parties are going to be all about fun and letting loose.”

So, where will we be heading to this wedding season? Georgie reveals: “Modern venues are in! Spaces where you can really add your personality will be key - think about ‘blank-space’ venues like orangeries, marquee’s, modern barns where couples can add their own personal touches and make their nuptials unique.”

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