Wedding bouncy castles are the 2018 wedding trend we're so on board with

Ciara Sheppard
Contributor Yahoo Style UK
Wedding bouncy castles are the best way to impress your guests [Photo: A Wedding Wonderland]

The last few years have seen a spike in inventive ways to make your wedding stand out from the rest.

Where traditional churches and sugared almonds were once staple fixtures at nuptials, now we have wedding day hashtags, confetti canons, and even llamas. (We kid you not.)

But things just stepped up a gear.

Now, husbands and wives-to-be can indulge in a wedding trend their nine-year-old selves would be proud of: wedding bouncy castles.

Made popular by UK wedding equipment hire company, A Wedding Wonderland, wedding bouncy castles are gaining some serious traction with millennial couples.

Wedding bouncy castles are sure to be the wedding trend of the year [Photo: A Wedding Wonderland]

But get rid of images of primary coloured, grubby castles – these wedding-appropriate offerings come in white and cream hues and are complete with custom decorations, from curtains to floral arrangements and colourful hangings.

Very chic.

Prices are available on request and require a £50 deposit, but TBH we’re willing to blow the catering budget on this one.

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