Jun 27, 2013

Wedding Trends 2014 Yana Sebe Design’s Blog
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Fashion, Society

For many years we have observed the evolution of the “casual chic” and “vintage” styles in the wedding industry. We have seen doors being taken out and converted to props or escort card displays, mason jars with wildflowers as table centerpieces, self-made photo booth props consisting of mustache, funky sunglasses, hats and feather scarfs, and countless DIY props that took too many hours to make.

What wedding style will we observe next? The wedding industry evolves quite fast, and if some of you have not realized it yet, the new wedding trend began to evolve shortly after the Royal Wedding. In the recent Bridal Runways, we were finally seeing more of the luxury dresses with lace, applique, illusion necklines, and long sleeve. Finally our brides will have a chance to wear something other than sweetheart line dresses that we have seen for far too many years. But what about trends in a wedding planning and styling overall?

Will we be seeing more of casual or formal weddings in 2014? This is exactly the area where we will observe a shocking shift in a “wedding mentality” as more brides will opt for formal and luxurious weddings, indulging themselves and guests in great entertainment, more upscale menu, and superb service.

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