Are you looking for some new wedding trends that are going to bring your big day to the next level? With the arrival of the New Year comes a bunch of fresh 2020 wedding trends that we are bringing to you! If you’re planning your 2020 wedding, start pinning these now!
Sustainability has been a massive topic in the news for all of 2019 and will continue in 2020. A lot of eco-friendly options have popped up for couples, and central to this is drastically reducing the number of plastics used in your wedding and your carbon footprint overall. There are a lot of ways this can be done, and some of them include living trees and plants in ceramic pots and cool containers instead of cut flowers that will be planted after the wedding or given as gifts to guests, paper or bamboo straws instead of plastic ones, petal confetti instead of paper confetti and so many more.
The price of weddings is continuing to rise, and that has a significant impact on wedding planning. That is why more and more couples are going to go for a low-key and cheap wedding close to home. So, expect to see more weddings held in pubs, bars, and restaurants.
Floral Clouds and Sculptures
Big, unwieldy centerpieces are on their way out as couples keep them low to focus on fostering conversation between their guests. In their place, we’ll see the elaborate floral displays moved off the tables and up onto the ceilings or walls with statement installations designed to transform the venue.
Long Banquet Tables
Round tables are going to become so passé in 2020! It will be all about the banquet table in 2020, and an outside setting for absolute new decade vibes. Imagine all of your guests sitting linearly with wine glasses, candles, bread baskets, and delicious food. Much better than separating them to sit at smaller, round tables.
Vegetarian and Vegan Menus
Full vegetarian and vegan menus will become more common, firstly, for environmental reasons, and secondly because the choice of delicious dishes is now so extensive and creative. Rather than alternative dishes for a few of your guests with dietary requirements, all the guests will eat the same wedding breakfast, making vegetarianism and veganism the norm.