If you attended a wedding in the 2000s, it probably consisted of the bride wearing a strapless gown, the bridal party all sporting fake tans and wedding cupcakes being served at the reception. As we approach the end of the twenty-tens, the social media boom of the past decade has meant brides now have limitless outlets for wedding inspiration and sites like Etsy, Pinterest and Instagram are the driving forces behind this. Craft marketplace Etsy has now released its top seven wedding trends for 2019, which you can see below.
"All my wedding guests who were watching us get the photos done started cracking up laughing. I’ll never forget it."
“I always wanted to add his name to mine because I feel, like, you know, we’re becoming family, and I’m a little traditional and old school like that."
December is the most popular month to get engaged in the UK, according to wedding app Bridebook, which means that many brides and grooms-to-be are now embarking on the mammoth task of planning their big day. Meanwhile wedding planner and 'party architect' Johnny Roxburgh adds: "In the days of austerity (and Brexit) people want to celebrate with glamorous and upbeat weddings.